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Jesse Spencer

Jesse Spencer is a famous Aussie actor.

He was born in Melbourne (VIC) on 12 February 1979.

How old is Jesse Spencer?

Jesse Spencer is currently 45 years old.

How tall is Jesse Spencer?

Jesse Spencer is 1.78 m tall.

Early Life

Jesse Spencer was born on February 12, 1979, in Melbourne, Australia. During his early life, he attended Malvern Primary School and later joined the Scotch College for high school. Before becoming a famous actor, Spencer worked as a lifeguard at the Victorian surf beaches of Melbourne. He also formed a band called "Band from TV" with fellow actors Greg Grunberg and James Denton.

Career

Jesse Spencer is most famous for his role as Dr. Robert Chase on the medical drama TV series "House" which aired from 2004 to 2012. He gained recognition and acclaim for his portrayal of the brilliant diagnostician. In addition to "House," Spencer has appeared in other notable movies and TV shows such as "Uptown Girls" (2003), "Swimming Upstream" (2003), and "Neighbours" (1994-2005). In "House," he had the opportunity to work alongside fellow Australian actress Olivia Wilde, who played the character Remy "Thirteen" Hadley.

Family Life

The parents of Jesse Spencer are Rodney Spencer and Robyn Spencer. He has two siblings, Tarney Spencer and Luke Spencer. As of my knowledge, Jesse Spencer is not married, and therefore there is no information about a spouse or children. He grew up in Melbourne, Australia, and currently resides in Los Angeles, California, USA.

Trivia

Aside from his acting career, Jesse Spencer is also a talented musician. He plays the violin and guitar and has contributed to the soundtracks of several TV shows and movies in which he appeared, including "House." Furthermore, Spencer is involved in various charitable efforts and causes. He participated in the Band from TV charity concerts, where he, along with other celebrity musicians, raised funds for different organizations such as Save the Children and the National Coalition Against Domestic Violence.