Justin Spencer graduated with a master's degree in professional acting from the world-renowned Bristol Old Vic Theatre School in the UK. He was one of 13 students selected from thousands who auditioned worldwide for that opportunity.
His professional acting career began in 2016 when he played Paul in the psychological horror Dark House. Since then, he has acted on stage in both the United States and the UK, playing roles as varied as Hector in The Last Days of Troy to Alexander Lopakhin in The Cherry Orchard.
After completing his training in 2018, he played the lead in the short film version of My Megan (a feature-length version is currently in development). In 2019, he played the lead role of the Irish middle school teacher Quinn in Emotional Availability, a comedic short film written by Jason Farley.
In October of 2020, Justin played the lead role opposite Eric Roberts in an upcoming feature film, First Kill the Lawyers, and he is set to play the lead in the family adventure film Sasquatch, which is currently in pre-production.
His vocal talents have lead to numerous opportunities as an audiobook narrator and voice-over artist. He has narrated everything from science fiction (Chaos Seed: Shadow Coalition Series Book 1) to westerns (Live by the Gun) to classics like Treasure Island and The Wind in the Willows. He is also the voice for the trailer for Public Grouse, a film produced by Northwoods Collective and Backcountry Hunters and Anglers.
In 2020, he started The StoryLight Podcast with fellow actor and audiobook narrator, Gail Shalan. StoryLight is a podcast in which professional actors from all over the world read some of the most beloved stories of all time, and was started with the belief that everyone deserves to be able to encounter great stories that bring light into their world. All stories that StoryLight produces are able to be accessed free of charge on all podcast platforms.
Just is also a writer. His feature-length drama, Timshel, Montana, was awarded as a semi-finalist at the Big Fork Independent Film Festival. He has completed the pilot episode of Fight No More Forever, a miniseries about the Nez Perce War of 1877.
He is also currently shooting the pilot episode of a travel documentary, American Land, produced by Northwoods Collective.