Adriana Spencer is a New York City based actor. Originally from California, she traded the beach for the concrete jungle to attend New York University’s Tisch School of the Arts and now holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Drama. “Adi” loves playing strong female characters, ethnically and morally ambiguous characters, and manics on the edge. She is currently enrolled in UCB Improv 201. Past favorite projects include: Theater: Jessie Spano (National Lampoon Presents: Bayside! The Musical!); Mercutio (ROMEO AND JULIET); Penny Nikols (THE BRASSY BROADS – an original Vaudeville act); Fritzi/The Gorilla (CABARET); Film: Shauna Phillips (MURDER ON THE A TRAIN); Harley Quinn (VARIOUS SHORTS). Adi currently works in theatre, film, commercials, and voice over. Most recently she played Jessie Spano Off-Broadway in “BAYSIDE! THE MUSICAL!”, Nyame/Goddess in CHANG!", a devised play about performance artist Kathy Change, and Dominique Du Monaco in “LUCKY STIFF” in Napels, NY.
“Adriana Spencer was particularly enjoyable, going from playing it straight to going insane within a matter of seconds.”
“Adriana Spencer and Erin E. McGruff’s A Cougar’s Tale was good, sexy fun delivered by a good, sexy, fun cast… Co-writer Spencer also does some lovely, understated work as the bartender… A Cougar’s Tale is titillating bad-ass fun. I laughed and enjoyed it.”