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Laura Spencer Biography
Laura Spencer is an American actress. She is famously known for playing Jane Bennet in the 2012 web series The Lizzie Bennet Diaries. The film is an adaptation of Pride and Prejudice. She is also known for playing intern Jessica Warren on seasons 9 through 12 of Bones. But she is perhaps well known for playing Emily Sweeney on the television series The Big Bang Theory.
She starred as Raj’s girlfriend. She began appearing in the series from its seventh season to the tenth. She appeared in the episode “The Friendship Turbulence” that began on 6th March 2014. That same year, she had begun a formerly recurring role as Jessica Warren on Bones.
She has further appeared in a number of films. They include; Heartland, Silver Bells, The Millionaire Tour, A Christmas Kiss, In The Land of Fireworks, Dylan Dog: Dead of Night, Barking Water, The Familiar and the 2009 film OU, I Love You among other films.
Laura Spencer has also made a number of appearances in television shows. They include; The Big Bang Theory, Bones, Sleepy Hollow, Switched at Birth, Animal Practice, Mad Love, Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour, Talent: The Casting Call, 2 Broke Girls, Redesigning Your Life With Lainey Chase, A Christmas Kiss and Funnell of Darkness.
Laura Spencer Age
Laura Spencer was born in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, United States of America. She was born on 8th May, 1986. Her current age is 33 years old as of 2019.
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Laura Spencer Height
For a girls’ height, Laura is just in line. She is not too tall or too short for a girl. Laura Spencer has a height of 1.7 meters tall. This is approximately 5 Feet 7 inches. Her Body Measurements are: 36-26-36 inches and she weighs 54 Kgs.
Laura Spencer Net Worth
The 33 year old actress has made a great fortune from her career. She made her first television and movie appearance in 2009. Since then, she has gone ahead and appeared in various other movies and television series. Laura Spencer an approximated net worth of a whooping $6 million.
Her talent is creating waves in the entertainment industry and surely she is the next huge figure to watch out for. She has made her cash mainly from her acting career. So far her career has proved to be quite rewarding. We look forward to seeing her more and more in future films and shows.
Laura Spencer Age Dating
Laura Spencer is currently in a relationship with her boyfriend Michael Jack Greenwald. The two started dating back in 2015. Though there are romours that the two could be married, we cannot deny or confirm these allegations. She has been extremely cautious about her personal life. She has managed to keep it extremely personal. We are no aware of her past relationships.
Laura Spencer Movies And Tv Shows
Laura Spencer Movies
- 2017 Heartland
- 2013 Silver Bells
- 2012 The Millionaire Tour
- 2011 A Christmas Kiss
- 2010 In The Land of Fireworks
- 2010 Dylan Dog: Dead of Night
- 2009 Barking Water
- 2009 The Familiar
- 2009 OU, I Love You
Laura Spencer Television Series
- 2014–2017 The Big Bang Theory
- 2014–2017 Bones
- 2014 Sleepy Hollow
- 2013 Switched at Birth
- 2012 Animal Practice
- 2011 Mad Love
- 2011 Criminal Minds: Suspect Behaviour
- 2011 Talent: The Casting Call
- 2011 2 Broke Girls
- 2011 Redesigning Your Life With Lainey Chase
- 2011 A Christmas Kiss
- 2009 Funnell of Darkness
Laura Spencer Instagram
Laura is an active Instagram user. She has a huge following on her account. You too can follow her.
Laura Spencer Interview
Q: On auditioning for “Bones.”
Laura Spencer: “I auditioned for ‘Bones’ while I was working on ‘Big Bang’ last season. I kept on giving multi-cam, high-energy sort of comedy at my audition, and so I’m very grateful to casting for letting me do my scene again,” Spencer says. “I guess I was doing a little too much! They just were like, ‘Good, let’s do less.’ I feel like that’s my story of being mindful of the subtle shifts…because they are different, but I would say it’s mainly an energy thing.”
Q: On shooting two TV shows at once.
Laura Spencer: “I’ve gotten the hang of it by now,” she says of doing both shows at the same time. “It’s not only cool to be employed but it’s cool to be switching it up every week now! I have two families that I get to go work with each time.”
Q: On switching between multi-cam and single-cam.
Laura Spencer: “They’re both challenging in different ways and they both have their strengths. It’s more fun than anything to switch one week, be in front of a live audience and doing all of the things that come with that where you’re stopping for laughs… and then with single-cam you’re hoping that you’re funny, because no one can laugh while you’re filming!”
Q: On working on “The Lizzie Bennet Diaries”
Laura Spencer: “That was the true independent spirit of creating something,” she recalls. “I mean we were literally shooting it at the producer’s apartment building on a shoestring budget and had no idea that people would love it the way they did. Then it became a success through the online community, and I learned so much about being an actor on social media and being part of a show that was interacting with our audience right away.”
Q: On finding mentors early on.
Laura Spencer: “I graduated from the University of Oklahoma and I got the opportunity to take some on-camera classes while I was in school and met a casting director who informed me quite a bit before my move out to L.A.; it made LA feel possible coming from Oklahoma and not having a family that was in the industry,” she says. “He’s still one of my very close friends—the famous Chris Freihoper—he’s an actor as well as a casting director and he’s doing all these amazing things for actors in Norman, Okla. Then I met Ricki Maslar right before I moved to L.A. and connected right away and naturally. That was a little door that opened when I needed it.”
Q: On auditioning.
Laura Spencer: “During pilot season a couple of years ago I went in for a comedy and I just folded under the pressure—in front of the producers! They said, ‘Do you need a second?’ and I said, ‘Yes!’ So I left the room, and when I got back the producers were almost laughing at the situation because they didn’t understand why I was so nervous. They were all like, ‘We’re rooting for you, we’re all rooting for you, you’re doing a great job!’
Laura Spencer: “I think all actors have had a moment like that. I think the best circumstances are when you’re really prepared and you know what you’re going to bring, but then by the time you’re doing the audition you can relax. When you get to the point where you know the material so well and you know the character so well that you can just sort of play off of whoever your reader is—that’s the best feeling at an audition.”
Q: On being a reader for casting directors.
Laura Spencer: “I think it’s one of the best acting classes you could ever give yourself. Auditioning is an entirely different part of what we do as actors. And having sat in the room and having seen people audition…, You could give the best audition ever and not get the role or not get a callback because you just weren’t what they were looking for. That’s another valuable thing that I learned,” she says.
Q: On learning experiences.
Laura Spencer: “I feel like these opportunities have happened at the greatest time as I’ve gone. I’ve been learning so much about the industry along the way to where now that I’m working on these shows that have been on for years, I feel like I have a better understanding of how shows are run. I’ve had really great mentors and really great crews and casts and directors, and I’ve just been extremely lucky with each job I’ve gotten to do,” she says. “And I learn something new each time—even with every audition!”