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Spencer Hastings

played by Troian Bellisario
Character Biography
A classic overachiever, Spencer Hastings balances school, a high-powered internship, charity work, the field hockey team and maintaining uber-popularity status -- all without breaking a sweat. This is the girl who could stand up to Alison when no one else would. But when she and her friends begin receiving mysterious messages from "A," even the calm, cool and collected Spencer starts to show a little strain. And when she develops a forbidden crush on her sister's fiancé you have to wonder if Spencer can keep it together.
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Actor Biography

Troian Bellisario portrays Spencer Hastings, a straight-A student and overachiever from a family that only expects the best. With the pressure bearing down on her from her family, Spencer feels like she must live up to the high standards set by her perfect sister Melissa.

Bellisario recently wrote, produced and starred in the short film Exiles, and also starred in the short WIGS. She was seen in the theatrical motion picture Last Rites, as well as the independent films Peep World, Consent and Billboard Dad. On stage she appeared in Farragut North and Equivocation at the Geffen Playhouse in Los Angeles. With The Casitas Group, a theatre company of which she is a founding member, Bellisario appeared in an exclusive engagement of Martin McDonagh's The Pillowman, as well as a Sam Shepard double feature Fool for Love and True West. She has also performed in university theatre productions of Rosencrantz and Guildenstern are Dead, The Suicide, All's Well That Ends Well and Machinal. Bellisario's other television credits include a recurring role on the television series NCIS, and she has guest starred on First Monday, JAG and Quantum Leap, among others.

Bellisario lives in Los Angeles, where she graduated from the University of Southern California's School of Theatre, earning a bachelor of fine arts in acting. She enjoys dance, writing and playing the guitar.

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