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Overview (3)

Date of Birth 3 February 1974Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, USA
Birth NameSpence Sherrel Decker
Height 6' (1.83 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Spence Decker wrote the original screenplay for Looking for Sunday. Starring as frustrated rocker Lucas Freeman, he also wrote music and lyrics for all his character's songs as well as several others on the film's soundtrack. Originally from Oklahoma City, Spence spent his youth traveling the country with various bands and musicals. Opting out of a degree in architecture, he moved to Los Angeles when he decided to make acting his priority and concentrate on a film career. Previous credits include the lead in a Fox series pilot Ultraviolet, based on the hit British series, and playing the now cult character of Kivar on WB's hit series Roswell. Recent guest-starring roles include ER and HBO's The Comeback. He is currently working on a new album and can be found performing at local venues around his home in the Los Angeles area.

- IMDb Mini Biography By: Paul Aaron

Trivia (8)

Favourite sports are football, basketball, baseball, wrestling and weightlifting.
Singer (Tenor/Baritone), pianist, songwriter & vocal arraging.
Has appeared in numerous theatre productions including Grease & Oklahoma.
Apeared in an un-aired pilot called 'Ultraviolet'.
Studied Architecture & Music at Oklahoma State University.
Is great friends with actor Eric Thal, they became friends after making an un-aired pilot 'Ultraviolet' & starring in movie, 'Looking for Sunday' (2006).
Writes his own music & songs, some of which have appeared in movies he has made.
Was the lead singer of Rock band 'Last Exit'.

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