Spencer Treat Clark Bio, Age, Parents, Gay, Net Worth, Movies

Spencer Treat Clark is an American actor who has appeared in several and known for his portrayal of Werner Von Strucker on Marvel’s Agent of Shield.

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Spencer Treat Clark Biography

Spencer Treat Clark is an American actor who has appeared in several films such as Gladiator, Mystic River and Glass. He is known for his portrayal of Werner Von Strucker on Marvel’s Agent of Shield.

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Spencer Treat Clark Age

He was born on September 24, 1987 in New York City, New York, U.S.

Spencer Treat Clark Height

He stands at a height of 1.83 m.

Spencer Treat Clark Eyes

He has a pair of blue eyes.

Spencer Treat Clark Family | Parents | Young

Besides his sister Eliza Clark who is a famous screenwriter as well as a playwright, there is little information disclosed about his childhood, parents, and family. He was educated at Hindley Elementary School, Middlesex Middle School and at Darien High before in Darien, Connecticut before he graduated from The Taft School in Watertown, Connecticut. He later graduated from Columbia University in New York City and earned a bachelor’s degree in political science and economics. He has a sister called Eliza Clark.

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Spencer Treat Clark Gay

However much there is less information relating to his relationships and association with girls, he is not gay. To add on that, he is a very private guy and he does not expose his relationship status.

Spencer Treat Clark Movies And TV Shows



  • Glass as Joseph Dunn


  • Ice Scream as Mickey


  • The Girlfriend Game as Eddie


  • Druid Peak as Owen
  • The Town That Dreaded Sundown as Corey Holland


  • The Last Exorcism Part II as Chris


  • Much Ado About Nothing as Borachio
  • Deep Dark Canyon as Nate Towne


  • Camp Hope as Timothy
  • Jolly Bankers as Conrad


  • The Last House on the Left as Justin


  • The Babysitters as Scot Miral
  • Superheroes as Nick Jones


  • Loverboy as Paul (age 16)


  • Mystic River as Ray “Silent Ray” Harris Jr.


  • Gladiator as Lucius Verus
  • Unbreakable as Joseph Dunn


  • Arlington Road as Grant Friday
  • Double Jeopardy as Matty Parsons (age 11)


  • It Was Him or Us as Jesse Pomeroy



  • Criminal Minds as Jordan


  • NCIS as Ryan


  • Animal Kingdom as Adrian


  • Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. as Werner von Strucker.


  • Mad Men as Kelly


  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Greg Engels
  • The Closer as Jesse Dixon


  • The Good Wife as Kenny Chatham


  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as Brian Coyle.


  • Third Watch as Kyle.


  • Another World as Steven Michael Frame #3

Spencer Treat Clark Net Worth

From his career as a movie star, he has earned great wealth that has made him acquire several luxuries ranging from clothing to cars. His estimated net worth is however still under review.

Spencer Treat Clark Glass

He stars as Joseph Dunn: David’s son who has believed in his father’s abilities since he was a child and sees him as a real-life superhero.

Spencer Treat Clark Gladiator

He stars as Lucius Verus: The young son of Lucilla. He is named after his father Lucius Verus, who was co-emperor until AD 169.

Spencer Treat Clark Unbreakable

He stars as Joseph Dunn, David’s son who believes he is a superhero.

Spencer Treat Clark Criminal Minds

He stars as Jordan in the Episode: Ashley in criminal minds.

Spencer Treat Clark Animal Kingdom

He stars as Adrian, Deran’s on-again/off-again boyfriend who runs a surfboard shop and is a competitive surfer.

Spencer Treat Clark Mystic River

He stars as “Silent Ray” Harris, Jr. in Mystic River, a 2003 American mystery drama film.

Spencer Treat Clark Last House On The Left

He stars as Justin in the film Last House On The Left.

Spencer Treat Clark Svu

He stars as Brian Coyle in Law & Order.

Spencer Treat Clark Shield

He stars for 5 episodes as Werner Von Strucker, the oldest son of Baron Wolfgang Von Strucker and the half-brother of twins Fenris (Andrea von Strucker and Andreas von Strucker) in Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

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Spencer Treat Clark Interview

Actor Spencer Treat Clark Tells Us All About “Glass,” “Animal Kingdom” And Other Projects

Adapted Fr: daman.co.id

DAMAN: Hi, Spencer. Thank you for having us. How are you?
Spencer Treat Clark: Hi. I’m great! Thanks for having me.

DAMAN: A short while ago we saw the first official trailer of “Glass.” In a nutshell, how would you describe the movie?
STC: “Glass” is a comic book movie at its core, but it’s way more grounded in reality than the majority of films in that genre. “Glass” explores the outer limits of human ability and the line between what we know to be possible and the supernatural. It’s thrilling, It’s smart, it’s darkly comedic, and it’s a really good time.

DAMAN: Can you also give us a brief description of your character? And how does it feel to reprise a role from nearly two decades ago?
STC: I play Joseph Dunn, David Dunn’s [played by Bruce Willis] son and partner in his vigilante crime fighting. I’m the biggest believer in David’s abilities and also just a guy who looks up to his Dad. Reprising this character was insane. For almost two decades there has been chatter about a sequel to “Unbreakable” but I never thought it would happen. “Split” caught me completely off guard. I had no idea there was a crossover with “Unbreakable” until my phone started blowing up with messages from friends who saw it on opening night. I honestly don’t think it will feel real until I’m sitting in a theater full of people watching the movie.

DAMAN: What is it like working with director M. Night Shyamalan—twice?
STC: Night can juggle a million things at once and still manage to elevate the people around him. He’s so good at what he does and he absolutely loves telling stories and making movies. I really look up to him. I would imagine a lot of people who work for him feel the same way. Not just actors. He’s been so supportive of me and that was as true 18 years ago as it is now.

DAMAN: We’ve seen a lot of attempts at creating new “movie universes” that failed. In your opinion, what is it that makes the “Unbreakable”-“Split”- “Glass” trilogy different?
STC: There isn’t a lot of world building in this trilogy, because these movies don’t exist in a bubble, they exist in the world as we know it. They aren’t asking “wouldn’t it be cool if these humans existed?” They’re saying, “maybe they already do.” There’s also something to be said about “Unbreakable” preceding our current cultural obsession with superheroes. It’s pretty cool for the trilogy to conclude all these years later in a landscape where people are way better versed in the genre than they were when “Unbreakable” was released eighteen years ago.

DAMAN: On a more personal note, what was the most challenging—or otherwise memorable—part of shooting for “Glass”?
STC: Night’s style is uniquely cinematic. The camera is doing a lot of work to help tell the story. There were a lot of long takes and very little coverage. A lot of the blocking was done before the actors even stepped foot on set. That just isn’t done that often anymore, especially on TV. Generally, you have a lot more latitude to decide how you want to use the space and the camera will follow you. On “glass” it was much more of a dance. It was fun and challenging and it ends up looking incredibly amazing, especially when you have someone like Night directing. There were a lot of memorable moments on and offset. I had one dinner in particular with Samuel L.
Jackson where he got on a role telling stories and I got to ask just about everything you could imagine and he was totally game. As an actor and a fan, it was a dream.

DAMAN: We’ve heard a lot of people say how appearing in a superhero film opens up a lot of new opportunities. Is this true in your case?
STC: I hope so. I’ve had a great year. I’m looking forward to the movie coming out and then seeing what comes next.

DAMAN: Moving to TV, in July news came out that “Animal Kingdom” will have a fourth season. Is there anything you can tell us about what to expect from the next chapter of the show?
STC: I know next to nothing about season four other than the fact that the character I play, Adrian, is in a lot of trouble at the end of season three. It’s either going to bring me closer to
the Cody family or pit them against me. I’m excited to see where the writers go with it.

DAMAN: Can you give us a brief rundown of “The Animal Kingdom” for any of our readers still unfamiliar with the show?
STC: “Animal kingdom” is the story of the Cody family, a family of criminals, set in Oceanside, California. It’s based on a great Australian movie of the same name written and directed by
David Michod. Season one kicks off when a 17-year-old kid named J, played by Finn Cole, gets sent to live with his three uncles and grandmother that he’s never met. The show is not about
animals. It’s a metaphor, everybody! The people are animals. The number of times I’ve had to explain that to people… You should watch it if you don’t already. It’s a great show.

DAMAN: And what would be your number one reason to binge watch the first three seasons of “Animal Kingdom” now before the fourth comes out?
STC: Because the show is badass. The writing is awesome and the actors in it are great.

DAMAN: Looking back at your time with “Animal Kingdom,” what would you say are the best parts of being on the cast of the show?
STC: Most of my scenes are with Jake Weary who plays Deran. I’m lucky because he’s a really talented actor and also a great guy. The whole cast is super cool and we get to do some really fun stuff on this show. It’s a treat filming a scene on a surfboard in the ocean rather than spending all day on a dark soundstage. The Cody house was actually built on the Warner Brothers ranch in Burbank. Aside from wider hallways and doors to accommodate lights and cameras, it’s pretty much a real house with running water. They did an amazing job. It’s nice as an actor to work in a space that actually feels lived in … And I’m not complaining when you have a pool scene on an 85-degree day.