Эбигейл Спенсер


Американская актриса. Спенсер известна благодаря второстепенным ролям в кинофильмах «Ковбои против пришельцев», «Значит, война», «Покорители волн», «Оз: Великий и Ужасный» и «Дальше живите сами».
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Newbury Park, California

Happy Easter. #california

Thousand Oaks, California

🐰🐶’s. Thousand Oaks. #california

Highland Park, Los Angeles

Highland Park. #california

County Line Beach, Malibu

County Line. artist @thesecore #california

Daniel Holden: Thank you, Amantha, for everything. Amantha Holden: You're quite welcome, brother. Anytime. Daniel Holden: We're lost, aren't we? Amantha Holden: Totally. #Rectify


Amantha outtake gallery series & #Rectify appreciation posts. All shot by the incredible James Minchin. #tbt

Notre Dame


my fella @jessefleece & many people I adore made this. its incredible. @muraihiro on directing @larksss on DP @steadijew on cam @doomsdayent on producing @beatsbydre @apple & shout out to @serenawilliams

Sunset Tower Hotel

Run don’t walk to see @winstoncduke in ”US”. He’s incredible! So glad I got to dote on him last week + celebrate @mahershalaali & @oliverpeoples x Cary Grant collaboration! thank you for having me! 👓

Whistler, Canada

laugh spotter.

Whistler, Canada

I love this gal like a sister. she got married this weekend to a wonderful human who has become a brother. the love is real. the feeling is real. the real is real. love you! congratulations @mantalks + @mindfulmft 👰🏼🤵🏻🙌🏽. 📷 @jessefleece

Ida B. Wells said that, “the way to right wrongs is to turn the light of truth upon them.” Well. We’ve got a big ole spotlight and the righting & the fighting is upon us. 📷 @stephanieschuster

Again, why am I here? I’m here tonight to be a witness. An empath. A conduit. A bridge between Hollywood and DC. To support the work @dvleap does to ensure Women’s Voices get heard. I’ve been moved and called to action by this organization. By the seismic shift in the world. I want to be part of the solution while I’m still walking around on the earth. And on the ground, so to speak. 📷 @stephanieschuster

Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument

So let’s talk about the #MeToo/Hollywood connection. At the one year+ anniversary, what has changed? Where are we at in the conversation? Well, what’s changed is: we’re actually talking about it. That is huge. That was not happening before a year ago. That’s the biggest change. We are talking about it. And here’s the thing. We are not going to stop talking about it. #MeToo is not going away until we end the cycle of abuse of power, until we end the cycle of abuse at home and in the work field, #MeToo is not going away until we intrinsically change the unconscious bias toward women, minorities, people of color, and anyone of any other sexual orientation or belief than your own. Until all people are truly created equal and the entire world stops viewing any other human as less than. Stops viewing women as second-class citizens. We are not going to stop talking about it. Until we start believing survivors. No matter the setting. Each and every one of us have to search our hearts and our minds and go home to our families and look into the eyes of our children and take a hard self reflective inventory of integrity and ask ourselves: Am I hurting the process or am I helping? Because healing starts in the heart. In the mind. Of each and every single one of us. Then we have to educate. We have to empower. We have to believe. We have to change the laws. 📷 @stephanieschuster

Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument

This is not a party issue. This is a human issue. We have to come together on the human component. The facts are in: 1. In custody cases where mothers and children report the father’s sexual abuse of the child, the court sides with the father 81% of the time. 2. Even when family courts acknowledge that a father has been violent to the mother or child they side with the father 38% of the time. 3. Since the #MeToo movement a Time Magazine SSRS national poll of 1000 women say 51% are no more likely to report sexual harassment now than before. 📷 @stephanieschuster

Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument

Well. I guess what qualifies me is... I’m a human. I’m a girl. I’m a woman. I’m a mother of a 10-year-old little boy. I’m raising a son. I’ve been through a divorce. I’ve felt powerless. I’ve been fired based on my appearance. I’ve felt wronged. Trapped. Scared. I lost my father very suddenly when I was 29. I’ve been an actor for almost 20 years. I’m a sister, a daughter, a boss. An employee. I know what it’s like to placate the powerful. I’ve been in unhealthy relationships, I’ve been in healthy relationships. I’ve been a victim in a sex crime and experience daily ongoing online attacks simply because of my gender & job. I’ve not been believed in the work-force because of my gender. I know what it’s like to not be protected by the laws and courts because the system is catching up to the crimes. I know what’s it’s like to feel the brokenness of the system and to not let it break my spirit or subtract from my self worth. I know what it’s like to not be believed. To feel alone. It is the most crazy making, maddening, helpless feeling one can feel. 📷 @stephanieschuster

Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument

So what DOES make me qualified to be here tonight? (p.s. I’m really not making a strong case for myself am I? Look I only play lawyers, I’m not an actual lawyer. Again. You’re welcome.) 📷 @stephanieschuster

Belmont-Paul Women's Equality National Monument

OR that I’ve played a lot of lawyers: lots and lots of lawyers. From Scottie on Suits, to countless roles that never made the light of day, to Amantha on Rectify: this [circle the face] is the face of a lawyer. Lawyer face. And yet even STILL, this was NOT why I was asked to be here tonight. 📷 @stephanieschuster

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