Best known for playing a character who survived two of the "Resident Evil" post-apocalyptic horror films, Spencer Locke has a fresh, bright look that make her appealing equally across comedy, drama and horror. After taking acting classes and appearing in commercials in her native Florida, Locke--then just 11--convinced her family to move to Los Angeles in order to give her the opportunity to have an acting career. Within a year, Locke had succeeded in being cast in small roles in the series "Without a Trace" and the Adam Sandler dramedy "Spanglish." Locke soon scored a recurring role on the teen series "Ned's Declassified Survival Guide." After more guest appearances on television shows, Locke made an impression providing the voice for a major character in the critically acclaimed animated feature "Monster House" in 2006. Just a year later, Locke took the role of K-Mart in "Resident Evil: Extinction," co-starring with Milla Jovovich and numerous zombies. After recurring roles in the series comedy "Twentysixmiles" and comedy-musical "Big Time Rush," Locke reprised her character in 2010 in "Resident Evil: Afterlife," before taking a regular role in the popular comedy series "Cougar Town." On the big screen, Locke joined an ensemble cast for the comedy horror "Detention."