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Spencer List (born April 6, 1998) is an American actor. List is best known from the Fox show Fringe where he played a mysterious mute child in the episode "Inner Child". He has also been on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in which he played Tate, the son of Leland Orser's character, Kevin Walker. List appeared in Jack Ketchum's Offspring in 2009. He made a guest appearance on the Disney Channel show Bunk'd in the episode "Luke's Back" as a Camp Champion camper named Eric (alongside his twin sister, Peyton List, who portrays Emma Ross, a camp counselor in training for Camp Kikiwaka).
April 6, 1998
|Residence||Los Angeles, California, U.S.|
|Relatives||Peyton List (twin sister)|
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List was born in Florida, but moved to New York at the age of 4. At the age of 12/13 he moved to Los Angeles. He began acting at an early age, both alone and also with his twin sister Peyton. List also is very active on Twitter, where he interacts with his supporters and many more. List has appeared in over four hundred commercial advertisements in various formats for various companies.
List's younger brother Phoenix and twin sister Peyton are both actors and models. He is 1 minute younger than Peyton.
|2006||Haskett's Chance||Owen Haskett|
|2011||Bringing Up Bobby||Bobby|||
|2011||The Orphan Killer||Young Marcus Miller||also known as Sibling: Marcus Miller the Orphan Killer|
|2014||Night Has Settled||Oliver Nicholas||originally titled Spaz|
|2014||A Wife's Nightmare||AJ|||
|2016||Black Dog, Red Dog||Gary||Post-production|
|2003||Law & Order: Special Victims Unit||Tate Walker||Episode: "Coerced"|
|2004||One Life to Live||Ace|
|2006||Haskett's Chance||Owen Haskett||Television film|
|2007||Saturday Night Live||Boy||Episode: "LeBron James/Kanye West" (segment: "Angry Dog"); uncredited|
|2009||The Wonder Pets||Giraffe||Episode: "Job Well Done"|
|2009||Fringe||The Child||Episode: "Inner Child"|
|2011||CSI: Miami||Troy Faber||Episode: "A Few Dead Men"|
|2012||iCarly||Lurvin||Episode: "iBattle Chip"|
|2014||A Wife's Worst Nightmare||AJ||Television film (Lifetime)|
|2016||Bunk'd||Eric||Episode: "Luke's Back"|
|2018||The Fosters||Carter Hunter||3 episodes|
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