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Facts of Russ Spencer
|Date of Birth:|
|Age:||48 years old|
|Birth Nation:||United Kingdom|
|Birth Name||Russell Spencer|
|Profession||Singer, Television presenter|
|Working For||ITV1,BBC television|
|TV Show||Make Your Play|
Russ Spencer, age 47, is an English television presenter and singer. Russ has been working in the entertainment industry professionally for 20 years and trained at Laine Theatre Arts.
Early life and Education
Russ Spencer was born on March 1, 1969, in Bournemouth, England, United Kingdom. He belongs to British nationality, and his ethnicity is white. He spent his childhood in Bournemouth and was talent in the study and other activities in his schooling years.
Russ Spencer obtained prominence as a member of manufactured pop group Scooch in 1998. He also obtained four top twenty hits like their five single More Than I Needed to Know. That poop group got to number one single in Japan and Australia.
After seven years, Scooch made better to participate on Eurovision: Making Your Mind Up, a BBC television contest to control the UK’s entry in the 2007 Eurovision Song Contest in Finland.
They were selected as the United Kingdom’s entry, beating, amongst others, Brian Harvey and Justine Hawkins. He also authored the song Flying the Flag (For You), that signed to Warner Bros. The song records and released to the United King chart.
After that, she moved to ITV1 game show Make Your Play and presenting three nights a week for The Great Big British Quiz on Channel 5. He has seen on Never Mind the Buzzcocks and has appeared in Wannabe and Radio Ga Ga.
Russ Spencer featured in the E4 series Boys Will Be Girls, where a new band was set up but the members had to go themselves off as being female. In 2010, he appeared alongside Caroline Barnes on the Channel 4 series Coach Trip, she is also a Scooch band member.
Russ Spencer trained at Laine Theatre Arts. There he worked in the original West End cast of Nine, the UK national tour of Chitty Bang Bang featuring as The Child Catcher with Craig McLachlan. He played Joe in Santa Claus-The Musical alongside Anita Dobson and Roy Barraclough at the Alexandra Theatre situated in Birmingham.
Russ Spencer has been in Wayne Sleep’s Explosive Dance and Andrew Lloyd Webber’s Birthday Celebration both at the Royal Albert Hall. After that, he moved to Independent Local Radio station 107.8 Radio Jackie in 2008, where he worked is a DJ.
Russ Spencer kept secret his personal things and he seems to be married to look his age. He followed by many fans and followers on his Twitter and Facebook. Information about his girlfriend and any affair is yet to be given in any social Medias.
People still have doubt about Spencer if he is a gay or straight. He has not been found to be in any committed relationship has made people spread the rumors. However, there is no any proof about the rumors.