Abigail Spencer is an American celebrity she’s a net worth of $2.75 million. Abigail Spencer has made her net worth for her portrayal of Rebecca “Becca” Tyree on the ABC soap opera All My Children. Abigail also starred in the Lifetime Televisions first series Angela’s Eyes, until the show was cancelled on December 1, 2006. Spencer is well known for her part as the blogging enthusiast in Twix candy bar ads, along with portraying Miss Farrell, a love interest to Don Draper on AMC’s American dramatic television series Mad Men. Abigail was born on August 4, 1981 in Gulf Breeze, Florida.
Abigail Spencer Net Worth $2.75 Million Dollars
As the middle kid she’s two brothers, Yancy Spencer IV (born c. 1973) and Sterling Spencer (born c. 1986). The middle child has made several guest appearances on major TV hits such as; CSI: Crime Scene Investigation in 2005, Gilmore girls in 2006, Ghost Whisperer in 2007, and Private Practice in 2009. A number of the middle child’s latest film roles include; The Captain in 2007 as Claire Tanner, Alicia in the picture Ivory in 2008, Cowboys and Aliens as Alice in 2009. She’ll also appeared in the upcoming movie This Means War set to be released sometime in 2012.
August 4, 1981
Gulf Breeze, Florida, United States
5 ft 4 in (1.65 m)
Gulf Breeze High School
United States of America
Andrew Pruett (m. 2004–2013)
Yancy Spencer III, Lydia Ann Brown
Sterling Spencer, Yancy Spencer IV
Critics' Choice Television Award for Best Supporting Actress in a Drama Series, Satellite Award for Best Actress – Television Series Drama
Cowboys & Aliens, Oz the Great and Powerful, This Is Where I Leave You, The Haunting in Connecticut 2: Ghosts of Georgia, Chasing Mavericks, This Means War, The Forger, Beautiful Now, The Sweet Life, H8RZ, In My Sleep, Graduation Night, Campfire Stories, A Walk in Winter, Kilimanjaro, Jekyll, Winter Light, Backyards & Bullets, The Pieces, Grace
Angela's Eyes, Rectify, Timeless, Rex Is Not Your Lawyer
One of her father's brothers, John S. Spencer, is the pastor of a Christian church, Calvary Chapel [Coastline] Gulf Breeze. His other brother, J.B. Schluter, is a Gulf Breeze, Florida City Council member.
Abigail's paternal grandmother was named Patricia Lee.
Abigail's maternal grandmother was Maxine Boatright (the daughter of John Leonard Boatright and Lela Lou Looney). John was the son of Peter Leonard Barem Boatright and Frances Lovina Midgett. Lela was the daughter of Benjamin Frankin Looney and Etna Dallas Eaves.
Abigail's paternal grandfather was Yancy Bailey Spencer, Jr. (the son of Yancy Bailey Spencer and Georgia/Georgie C. Smith). Abigail's great-grandfather Yancy was the son of William Robert Spencer and Martha A. Glidewell. Georgia was the daughter of William Wyatt Smith and Sarah "Sallie" Julia Wade.
Abigail's maternal grandfather was Eugene Fuller "Gene" Brown II (the son of Eugene Fuller Brown and Helen Elizabeth Bahbo Dobbins). Abigail's great-grandfather Eugene was the son of Silas Fuller Brown and Susan Frances Tower. Helen was the daughter of John Alexander Dobbins and Kate Ward Hurt.
Loves History and vintage clothing.
Has Cherokee ancestry.
Attributes her professional career breakthrough to "fairy godmother" Kathie Lee Gifford who, as a teenager, was hopelessly in love with a 19-year-old professional surfer (Abigail's father-to-be) Yancy Spencer. When Abigail turned 17, her dad called Kathie Lee asking if Abby and her mother Lydia could attend a broadcast of "Live! with Regis and Kathie Lee," a request that was immediately granted. After the broadcast, Abby and Lydia were invited backstage to meet Kathie Lee and when Lee learned that Abby wanted to be an actress, she made a call to ABC TV casting and a meeting was arranged for the young Abby who, soon after, landed the role of Rebecca on All My Children (1970) in June 1999. While still trying to get on her feet, Abby spent three months as a live-in 'nanny' for Kathie Lee at her New York residence.
Parents: (father) Yancy Bailey Spencer (III) (2 July 1950 - 14 Feb 2011) was a professional surfer and (mother) Lydia Ann (Brown).
Two brothers, Sterling, 13, and Yancy Bailey IV, 25, in 1999.
My father loved biographies. He loved the true tales of interesting people that were shaping our culture. I get why he dug 'Vanity Fair.' You feel smarter, somehow, for reading it.
I love nothing more than a good, rich, dark chocolate. It exhilarates. It satisfies.
Unless you paddle for the wave, you'll never know if you could catch it. But once you do... Ride it as long as you can. Love as long as you can.
I definitely gravitate towards things like vegetables, chicken, brown rice, but I don't deprive myself of anything. If I want a Sprinkles cupcake, I'm having a Sprinkles cupcake. But I'm not going to have one every day... you just have to have a sensible outlook on all of it.
Gratefulness is a double-edged sword. Because I think we've poured it into a feeling. And the batter of gratitude gets kind of stuck to the edges of the Williams Sonoma melamine mixing bowl. But gratefulness, the act of being grateful is actually... a verb. It's an activity.
It's all about how can you take care of yourself when furthering your life's goals and ambitions, and purpose and whatever you choose - family, career - to maintain a really balanced, whole, healthy outlook.