|Height||5 ft 3 in (160 cm)|
|Relatives||Douglas Spencer-Nairn (grandfather)|
Tara Spencer-Nairn (born January 6, 1978) is a Canadian actress best known for her work on the television series Corner Gas.
Spencer-Nairn was born on January 6, 1978 in Montreal, Quebec, but raised in Vancouver, British Columbia. She is a graduate of the Vancouver Film School.
Spencer-Nairn has appeared in a number of film and TV productions since the mid-1990s. Some of her most notable film appearances include New Waterford Girl, Wishmaster: The Prophecy Fulfilled, and television guest appearances on Puppets Who Kill, Relic Hunter, Cold Squad, Bliss, Flashpoint, and The Outer Limits. In 2005, she portrayed Wayne Gretzky's sister Kim Gretzky in the movie Waking Up Wally: The Walter Gretzky Story.
Her most notable roles are Dog River Police Department (DRPD) Constable Karen Pelly on Corner Gas and Sandy Wardwell on CTV's The Listener. Concurrent to appearing in Corner Gas, she also appeared on the science fiction series ReGenesis.
Spencer-Nairn married Josh Glover in 2008. Together, they have sons Foster (born 2011) and Carson (born 2014).
Spencer-Nairn is the younger daughter and youngest of the three children of John Chaloner Spencer-Nairn, the Old Etonian second son of Scottish politician Douglas Spencer-Nairn of the Spencer-Nairn baronets, and his second wife Lucie (née Belanger).
|1999||New Waterford Girl||Lou Benzoa|
|2002||Wishmaster: The Prophecy Fulfilled||Lisa Burnley||Direct-to-video|
|2002||Rub & Tug||Betty|
|2005||Waking Up Wally: The Walter Gretzky Story||Kim Gretzky|
|2007||The Third Eye||Nika Printz|
|2007||The Interior Monologue of Gill the Goldfish||The Dame (voice)||Short film|
|2007||Final Draft||Kate Twist|
|2014||Corner Gas: The Movie||Constable Karen Pelly||Reprise of role from the 2004–2009 Corner Gas TV series|
|2019||James vs. His Future Self|
|TBA||Last the Night||Barb||Filming|
|1996||Two||Suzanne||Episode: "Prom Night"|
|1997–98||The Outer Limits||Heather||Episodes: "Double Helix" and "The Origin of Species"|
|1998||Poltergeist: The Legacy||Cindy Smith||Episode: "The Enlightened One"|
|1998||Breaker High||Bonnie||Episode: "To Kill a MockingNerd"|
|1998||Cold Squad||Amanda Millerd||Episode: "Amanda Millerd"|
|1998||The Inspectors||Melissa Kaline||TV film|
|1998||Dead Man's Gun||Anna Bevington||Episode: "The Collector"|
|1998||First Wave||Cassandra||Episode: "Speaking in Tongues"|
|1998||Night Man||Julia||Episode: "It Came from Out of the Sky"|
|1998||Don't Look Down||Rachel||TV film|
|1999||H-E Double Hockey Sticks||Anne||TV film|
|2001||Relic Hunter||Jamie Palmerston||Episode: "Treasure Island"|
|2002||Moville Mysteries||Mimi Valentine (voice)||Main role; 26 episodes|
|2002||Bliss||Jeanette||Episode: "The Value of X"|
|2002||Tom Stone||Annie||Episode: "Little Bitty"|
|2002||Tracker||Erica / Vegna / Evgna||Episodes: "Love, Cirronian Style", "Remember When"|
|2003||Big Spender||Mel Tennant||TV film|
|2004||Puppets Who Kill||Oxana||Episode: "Dead Ted"|
|2004||Blue Murder||Melanie Coombs||Episode: "Cell Block 13"|
|2004||ReGenesis||Twyla||Episode: "Baby Bomb"|
|2004–2009||Corner Gas||Karen Pelly||Main role; 107 episodes|
Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2004)
Nominated – Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2006)
Won – Gemini Award for Best Ensemble Performance in a Comedy Program or Series (2007)
|2005||More Sex & the Single Mom||Blair||TV film|
|2006||Cradle of Lies||Lisa||TV film|
|2006||Naked Josh||Becky||Episode: "Planned Parenthood"|
|2009||The Ron James Show||Episode: "1.7"|
|2010||Cancel Christmas||Michelle Morgan||TV film|
|2011–14||The Listener||Sandy Wardwell||Recurring role (30 episodes)|
|2012||Degrassi: The Next Generation||Mrs. Baker||Episodes: "Building a Mystery: Parts 1 & 2"|
|2012||Flashpoint||Laney Summers||Episode: "Forget Oblivion"|
|2013||Murdoch Mysteries||Pauline Kerr||Episode: "Murdochophobia"|
|2015||Saving Hope||Janice Fenn||Episode: "Heart of Stone"|
|2015||The Preacher's Sin||Lauren Tanning||TV film|
|2018-2021||Corner Gas Animated||Karen Pelly (voice)|
|2018||MasterChef Canada||Herself||Guest judge|
|2018||Christmas Around The Corner||Suzanne||TV film|
|2019||Hudson & Rex||Eloise Benson||Episode 6: "Murder She Thought"|
|2021||Evil Stepmom||Caroline||TV film|
|2022||Ghosts||Young Carol Martino||Episode: "Dumb Deaths"|
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