|Born||Spencer Karen Grammer
October 9, 1983
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
|Spouse(s)||James Hesketh (2011–present)|
|Parents||Kelsey Grammer, Doreen Alderman
Camille Grammer (ex-stepmother)
|Relatives||Greer Grammer (half-sister)|
Born in Los Angeles, California, Grammer is the child of comedian and actor Kelsey Grammer and dance instructor Doreen Alderman, and was named after her paternal aunt, who died eight years before she was born. She is Kelsey Grammer’s oldest child, and has four younger siblings: three half-sisters and a half-brother. The actress Greer Grammer is one of these half-sisters. Grammer was the stepdaughter to Camille Grammer (until she and Kelsey Grammer divorced) and then stepdaughter to Kayte Walsh, Kelsey Grammer's current wife. As a child, she wanted to be a zoologist.
Grammer played a leading role in the popular, yet older-skewing-for-its-network, ABC Family series Greek, as Casey Cartwright for four seasons. The show followed the life of a sister (Grammer) and her geeky brother, Rusty Cartwright, played by Jacob Zachar, as they navigate college and life within the world of the Greek system sororities and fraternities in a midwestern Ohio college town.
In 2013, Grammer starred opposite Blair Underwood in Ironside, the remake of the popular 1960's television series of the same name. On the show, she plays the female lead, Holly, part of detective Robert Ironside's (Underwood) hand-picked team to solve the most difficult cases in the city after he is left paralyzed following a shooting. The show was canceled after three episodes aired.
|2006||Path of Most Resistance, TheThe Path of Most Resistance||Prudence||Short film|
|2013||In Lieu of Flowers||Rachel||Post-production|
|2013||2 Br/1 Ba||Dee||Filming|
|1992||Cheers||Little Girl||Episode: "One Hugs, the Other Doesn't"|
Episode: "Chin Music"
|2005||Clubhouse||Sheila||Episode: "Road Trip"|
|2005||Jonny Zero||Dora||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2005||Third Watch||Kimmie Haynes||Episode: "Kingpin Rising"|
|2006||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Katie||Episode: "Infected"|
|2006||Bedford Diaries, TheThe Bedford Diaries||Lee's Classmate||Episode: "Love and the Tenth Planet"|
|2006||Six Degrees||Nanny||Episode: "Pilot"|
|2006||As the World Turns||Dr. Lucy Montgomery||TV series|
|2007–2011||Greek||Casey Cartwright||74 episodes|
|2009||Robot Chicken||Atlantis / Mother (voice)||Episode: "Please Do Not Notify Our Contractors"|
|2012||CSI: NY||Kim Barnett||Episode: "Flash Pop"|
|2013||CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||Ella St James||Episode: "Dead Air"|
|2013||Rick and Morty||Summer||Main cast|
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- Goldberg, Lesley; Michael O'Connell (18 October 2013). "NBC Cancels 'Ironside,' 'Welcome to the Family'; Slots 'Community,' 'Chicago PD'". Hollywood Reporter. Retrieved 19 October 2013.
- "Spencer Grammer Engaged: Kelsey's Daughter To Wed James Hesketh". The Huffington Post. January 2011. Retrieved February 2011.
- Abrams, Natalie (October 11, 2011). "Kelsey Grammer's Daughter Spencer Gives Birth to a Baby Boy". TV Guide. Retrieved November 29, 2012.
- Miller, Gerri. "Exclusive! New Mom Spencer Grammer Talks Her Own 'Modern Family'". YourTango. Retrieved 13 September 2013.
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