Chris Spencer

Chris Spencer

Chris Spencer was known for his funny antics, a trait that always stood out throughout his film career. Spencer's early acting career consisted of roles in big screen comedies like "Blankman" (1994) with Damon Wayans, "A Low Down Dirty Shame" (1994) with Keenen Ivory Wayans and Charles S. Dutton and "Don't Be A Menace To South Central While Drinking Your Juice in the Hood" (1996). He also appeared in "Fakin' Da Funk" (1997), "The Sixth Man" (1997) with Marlon Wayans and "Dill Scallion" (1999) with Billy Burke. His passion for acting continued to his roles in projects like "Road Dogs" (1999), the comedy "Two Can Play That Game" (2001) with Vivica A. Fox and the Ving Rhames crime feature "Sin" (2003). Recently, he continued to act in "Delta Farce" (2007), "Redrum" (2007) with Jill Marie Jones and the Gary Coleman action film "Postal" (2008). He also appeared in the comedic action flick "Black Dynamite" (2009) with Michael Jai White and the action movie "Bad Ass" (2012) with Danny Trejo. Spencer most recently wrote "The 67th Primetime Emmy Awards" (Fox, 2015-).




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