Jesse Spencer net worth: Jesse Spencer is an Australian performer with an estimated net worth of $7 million dollars. Besides his work on “Neighbours”, he also appeared on the Australian television shows, “Time Trax” and “Always Greener”. He also appeared in multiple television movies, including, “Lorna Doone”, “Curse of the Talisman”, “Stranded”, and “Swimming Upstream”.
Jesse Spencer Net Worth $7 Million Dollars
In 2004, he was cast in the role that would bring him the most widespread recognition, as Dr. Robert Chase on the hit series, “House”. In addition to his eight seasons on “House”, he also appeared in the movies, “Flourish” and “Tell-Tale”. He is currently appearing on the show, “Chicago Fire”, and also in the independent film, “The Girl Is In Trouble”.
February 12, 1979
Scotch College, Melbourne
Rodney Spencer, Robyn Spencer
Tarney Spencer, Luke Spencer, Polly Spencer
Logie Award for Best Actor, Teen Choice Award for Choice TV Actor: Action, Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Uptown Girls, Swimming Upstream, The Girl Is in Trouble, Winning London, P.D. James: Death in Holy Orders, Flourish, Lorna Doone, Curse of the Talisman, Stranded, Action Man: Robot Atak, Tell-Tale
House, Always Greener, Hercules, Chicago Fire, Neighbours
I'm from Melbourne - it's a city of about 3 million - but when you're growing up in a place like that and you think it's quite a big city, and then you travel around and you go, "Actually . . . no." So when I go back now, Melbourne feels like a country town. My mum will be in like 15 cars of traffic and she'll be complaining. And I'm like, "That's not traffic, I'm sorry!"
I always find music guys writing about love. Think of something else for a change. I'm sorry, but it's been done, and it does work and it's good and all that, but I think something else would be nice. I tend not to write lyrics, cause I'm a bad lyricist. I sort of write the music, and I can orchestrate the whole thing, but the words, [singing] "I woke up this morning . . . " Awful stuff.
I started off with violin, then I started learning guitar, then I went to piano. But I self-taught piano just because I enjoyed it. I've always really enjoyed music. I haven't played much the last four years because I've been traveling around, so when I got his role [Neal in Uptown Girls (2003)], I had to start playing the guitar again.
Mum decided that I could sing a bit, so she put me in a choir, which I hated and it was just a nightmare. I was a rebellious sort of choirboy.
Like Billy [his character in Neighbours (1985)], my dad is a GP and my two eldest brothers are, too. If I wasn't acting, I would have definitely gone into medicine, too. It's totally fascinating.
[noting that all his siblings are doctors] I'm the black sheep of the family.