Spencer Grammer is an American actress. She is most famous for her role as Casey Cartwright on "Greek," as well voicing the daughter character Summer on Adult Swim's "Rick and Morty."
Spencer Karen Grammer was born in Los Angeles, California to Doreen Alderman and actor Kelsey Grammer. While she was the couple's only child, she now has four younger step-siblings and counting through Kelsey Grammer's other marriages. Prior to deciding in college that she wanted to be an actress, Spencer actually had a strong interest in zoology as a child. However, she went on to attend Los Angeles County High School for the Arts where she developed a taste for art history instead. Yet, by the time she enrolled at Marymount Manhattan College to major in the subject, her interest shifted once more to acting, and this time it stuck.
Even though Spencer's first official acting role was technically on her father's sitcom "Cheers" as a child, the part was uncredited, so her true first professional acting gig was on the series "Clubhouse" in 2004. From there, Spencer continued playing small roles in TV and film before being cast as Lucy Montgomery on the soap opera "As the World Turns" in 2006. This, of course, lead to her biggest role to date on ABC Family's "Greek," which she played for four years.
Since "Greek," Spencer has continued to guest-star on a number of different TV series, as well as play roles in a few features as well. In 2013, she was cast as Holly on the remake of "Ironside," but the series was cancelled shortly after. She has since began voicing the character of Summer on Adult Swim's cartoon comedy series "Rick and Morty" which was co-created by "Community" showrunner Dan Harmon.