Spencer Grammer Net Worth 2018, Biography/Wiki, Married/Wedding
Spencer Grammer Net Worth $1 Million Dollars
Spencer Grammer Net Worth: Spencer Grammer is an American celebrity who has a net worth of $1 million. Spencer Karen Grammer was born in October of 1983 to performer and comic Kelsey Grammer and dancing teacher Doreen Alderman. Grammer has said that she’s named after her aunt (on her dad’s side), who passed away before she was born. She’s four smaller half siblings, three sisters and one brother. Grammer got her start on camera in a young age, because of her dad’s profession. As a kid, she was on his sitcom, Cheers, along with As the World Turns; she also appeared in various advertisements. Since she’s been to the television shows Robot Chicken, Ironside, Rick and Morty, and Royal Pains. In addition to pictures, Missing William, In Lieu of Flowers, and 2 Br/1 Ba, which hasn’t yet been released. In 2011, Grammer wed fireman James Hesketh.
October 9, 1983
Los Angeles, California, U.S.
5' 4" (1.63 m)
Marymount Manhattan College
Emmett Emmanual Hesketh
Greer Grammer ; 4 other half-siblings
Beyond Paradise, In Lieu of Flowers, Missing William, Descent, Beautiful Ohio
Gave birth to her 1st child at age 28, a son Emmett Emmanual Hesketh on October 10, 2011 weighing in at 7 lbs. 7 oz. Child's father is her husband, James Hesketh.
Has 4 younger step-siblings via her father Kelsey Grammer: Greer Grammer (b.February 15, 1992), Mason Olivia Grammer (b.October 24, 2001), Jude Gordon Grammer (b.August 28, 2004) & Faith Evangeline Elise Grammer (b.July 13, 2013). Her another one younger half-brother, Faith's twin, died into utero. She also set to welcome her 5th younger half-sibling in 2014.
When I went to college, it didn't even occur to me that I should be in a sorority at all. I went to school in New York City, where you don't need to be in a sorority to go to a party!
My dad has an incredible passion for living life, and he's really, really funny, so he definitely encourages me to enjoy all aspects of life. He's very proud of me and definitely encourages my career path, and we have a good time talking about work.
Netflix has such a knack for giving a new life to those B-movies that you thought and hoped no one would ever see. Especially when you have a new project coming out and they're looking to mine some of your lesser-known films.
If you're not adventurous,, you're not really living, I think... especially in college.
I always thought that sororities were just made up of cheerleaders from high school. And I kind of picked on those cheerleaders!
I once went to a fraternity house when I was in high school... you know, you would rent them during the summer for really cheap, and students are in there. So I met some people who rented a room. I just remember it being very dirty.
I love pushing my boundaries and seeing how far I can go without, you know, dying or injuring myself too badly.
Everyone has their thing, and I was the weird, artsy kid.
Greek (2007) is basically a show about sororities and fraternities. It follows "Casey Cartwright", played by me, her younger brother, and all the people that are involved in their lives from the different fraternities.
I love pushing my boundaries and seeing how far I can go without, you know, dying or injuring myself too badly. On set I was like, 'Give me some stunts! Give me whatever you want. Throw it at me. I want to do it all.'
I've been learning how to shoot a gun and properly handcuff people so that on the day I need to pull someone down to the ground, it looks and feels natural for me.
I want to pay my mortgage and go on vacation, so I love working. I want to be able to do independent projects as well, and being on a successful TV show allows you to do some other things.