Spencer Garrett s a third generation actor whose career spans 30 years in film, television, and theatre. Some film highlights include Public Enemies and Blackhat for Michael Mann; Air Force One; Mike Nichols’ Charlie Wilson’s War; Thank You For Smoking and The Frontrunner for Jason Reitman; Bobby (SAG Award Nomination Best Ensemble) and The Public for Emilio Estevez; Lovely and Amazing; and Yes Man; as well as All The Way and Bombshell for Jay Roach; and Quentin Tarantino’s Once Upon A Time In Hollywood.
Television credits include more than 150 guest starring or recurring roles including Mad Men, Aquarius, Bosch, For All Mankind, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Voyager, Insecure, Luck, Goliath, Law & Order, Madam Secretary, Masters of Sex, House of Cards, The West Wing, and many others. He currently stars alongside John C. Reilly, Sally Field and Jason Clarke as legendary Lakers sportscaster Chick Hearn in HBO’s Winning Time for Adam McKay.
Broadway credits include Roots and Wings and America’s Spirit at Circle in the Square.
Off Broadway and regional credits include In The Moonlight, Eddie, and Alone Together at Pasadena Playhouse; Gunplay and Assassins for Naked Angels; Lynn Nottage’s By The Way, Meet Vera Stark at The Geffen; Heartbreak at Hudson Guild Theatre (Dramalogue Award Best Actor) and Adaptation at Ensemble Studio Theatre. He is a frequent contributor to Word Theatre, having performed numerous roles around the country, most recently at Guild Hall in East Hampton with Brian Cox. For L.A Theatreworks, Spencer has performed in The Lion in Winter opposite Alfred Molina and Kathleen Chalfant; Zoot Suit with the original cast; The Country Girl with Mare Winningham and Stacy Keach; and Oedipus opposite Harry Lennix.
As a producer, he has worked on Below The Beltway (Best Film, Newport Film Festival) starring Tate Donovan, Sarah Clarke, and Xander Berkeley. With Garrett/Gordon Productions he produced the global hit podcast America 2.0 starring Laurence Fishburne, Patrick J. Adams, and Kate Walsh, currently streaming on all podcast platforms; and 2021’s Quarantine, which raised funds and awareness of the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Covid-19 Relief Fund.
He is thrilled to be at Bay Street with Jason, Scooter, and this wonderful cast in a truly insane and inspired play that makes the last six years seem positively dull by comparison.
For Dana and Jonah.