Spence Moore II Biography
Spence Moore II is an American actor best known for his appearance in Criminal Minds in 2016 and 13 Reasons Why in 2018. He has also appeared in commercials for Coca-Cola, Custom Ink, Hormel, and Adidas.
Spence Moore II Age
Moore II was born on December 16, 1997, in Saint Louis, Missouri. He is 21 years old as of 2018
Spence Moore II Family
He is the son of American parents. He has an older sibling
Spence Moore II Girlfriend
He is in dating a strange woman who he always posts on his Instagram page
Spence Moore Ii Height
There are no records of her height
Spence Moore Ii All American
Moore II was cast as Chris, a quarterback at Crenshaw High and Olivia’s love interest in the American television drama series “”
Spence Moore Ii Ap Bio
Moore II was cast as Dan Decker in the American comedy television series “A.P. Bio”
Spence Moore 13 Reasons Why
Moore II was guest stirred as Michael in the second season of the American teen drama web television series “13 Reasons Why”Spence Moore II Photo
Spence Moore Ii Movies
- 2019 Life Cycle
- 2019 Good Trouble
- 2018-2019 A.P. Bio
- 2018-2019 All American
- 2018 Five Points
- 2018 Beerfest: Thirst for Victory
- 2018 13 Reasons Why
- 2017 Lady Dynamite
- 2017 Ballers
- 2017 Rebel
- 2016 Double Mommy
- 2016 Last Man Standing
- 2016 Criminal Minds
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Spence Moore Interview
EXCLUSIVE: Spence Moore II and Madison Pettis on powerful ‘Five Points’ roles
If you haven’t taken the time to watch this week’s episode of Five Points, you’re missing out. The Facebook Watch series produced by Kerry Washington is one of the most intelligent and accurate depictions of teens today, and the power series is not to be missed.
Following the trials and tribulations of five teens in a South Side Chicago high school, Five Points highlights the many aspects of teen life from love to lose, and everything in between. An intense examination of the challenging world teens live in today, Five Points thoughtfully captures how the daily pressures they face can lead to difficult choices which sometimes have life-altering outcomes.
TheGrio caught up with two of the show’s stars, Spence Moore II and Madison Pettis, to find out how they cultivated their complex characters and what they learned from Kerry Washington.
Moore is phenomenal in his portrayal of high school football star, Eric Harper, and Pettis is flawless as his user-popular girlfriend/ mean girl, Natasha “Tosh” Bennett. Both actors deliver powerful performances that show the world how much we underestimate the plight of teens today.
One of the things made clear by the poignant and stirring series is the fact that everyone is a victim and everyone is a tormenter at one time or another and the actors did an incredible job of showing the multiple and often conflicting sides of their character’s personalities.
“That was very intentional. That was one of my favorite messages that came out of the show. You see people every day and you think you know who they are. The popular athlete who gets all the girls must not have any problems,” says Pettit. “What’s really special about Five Points is that it shows that even when you think you know all there is about a person, there’s so much going on under the surface. The drama geek and the most popular girl in school may have a lot more in common than we think.”
This week’s episode features a particularly powerful scene where we see Eric struggling with several inner demons inside of a parked car and it ends in a gunshot that made my blood run cold. When the gunshot rang out, a range of emotions from panic to desperation flooded my entire body and Moore’s performance was truly inspiring.
“I didn’t know what my future held as Eric. I didn’t know he was going to be depressed for a majority of the show and how I prepared for that mentally was a challenge,” Moore explained. “I’m a pretty happy kid and I had to live in this depression. I found myself trying to embody Eric’s depression and understand where he was coming from and I wanted to be as honest as possible interring his story as possible. Living in my lows and acknowledging my own flaws was a very vulnerable place to live but it really helped me do the character justice.”
Both actors admit that being led by Kerry Washington was an incredible experience and revealed that her mere presence helped them deliver their very best work.
“Kerry [Washington] was shooting the last episodes of Scandal when we started filming Five Points. She told us to enjoy the ride together because it’s really special to be able to create something so powerful with people you have really bonded with and to be proud of the work that we did,” said Pettit.
Moore shared similar sentiments. “The thing Kerry brought was her experience and to see what she expected from us was amazing for me personally,” he said. “She gave off such a light for all of us.”