Spencer Chanas

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BornNovember 14, 1985
Swampscott, MA
CitizenshipUnited States of America
  • Actor
  • Musician
Known for
  • Member of the band Ice Nine Kills
  • Lead roles in the films The Retaliators (2021) and The Dark Offerings (2021)

Spencer Charnas (born November 14, 1985 in Swampscott, Massachusetts) is an American actor and musician, most well known for being a member of the band Ice Nine Kills.[1] [2] He is also know for being cast in a lead roles in the films The Retaliators (2021) and The Dark Offerings (2021).

Early years

Charnas grew up in a household of Russian ancestry.[3]

Charnas' music was inspired by horror movies as a young child.[4] While attending The Tower School, in the neighboring town of Marblehead, MA, he became friends with eventual co founding bandmate, Jeremy Schwartz.[5] The group performed as a cover band for a number of years until they attended a Goldfinger (band) concert at the Worcester Palladium in the fall of 2000. It was after this show that the the two decided to form the band and write their own original compositions.[6] The group toured and promoted in a DIY fashion relentlessly for almost a decade before landing a record deal with Fearless Records, a subsidiary of Concord Music Group and Universal Music.[7][8]

Film Career

He will make his film debut in lead roles in both The Retaliators (2021) and The Dark Offerings (2021), which also features members of Mötley Crüe, Papa Roach and Five Finger Death Punch.


Spencer has collaborated with artists such as Papa Roach, Trivium, Hollywood Undead, Less Than Jake, Finch, Mest, Goldfinger and Fenix Tx among others.


  • Last Chance to Make Amends (2006)
  • Safe Is Just a Shadow (2010)
  • The Predator Becomes the Prey (2014)
  • Every Trick in the Book (2015)
  • The Silver Scream (2018)


  • The Dark Offerings (filming), Hal Delrich, 2021
  • The Retaliators (post-production), 2019
  • Ice Nine Kills: IT Is the End (Video short, 2018
  • Ice Nine Kills: Thank God It's Friday (Video short), 2015
  • Ice Nine Kills: Communion of the Cursed (Video short), 2015
  • Ice Nine Kills: The Fastest Way to a Girls Heart Is Through Her Ribcage (Video short), 2014
  • Ice Nine Kills: Jonathan [Acoustic] (Video short), 2014


  1. "Ice Nine Kills | Biography & History". AllMusic. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
  2. walladmin (2018-09-24). "Spencer Charnas – Ice Nine Kills 'Thrills, Chills and Silver Scream Spills'". Wall Of Sound. Retrieved 2021-01-27.
  3. says, Benjamin Ehrenpreis (2020-02-27). "Band's path to stardom started in Swampscott". Jewish Journal. Retrieved 2021-02-16.
  4. Late, Reasonably (2020-10-31). "Ice Nine Kills Frontman Spencer Charnas Talks Halloween & Frightening Horror Films". Reasonably Late. Retrieved 2021-02-16.
  5. "Interview With Spencer Charnas Of Ice Nine Kills - A Halloween Story". Metalheads Forever Magazine. 2020-11-24. Retrieved 2021-02-16.
  6. Bosch, Eva van den (2019-10-10). "INTERVIEW: Ice Nine Kills Frontman Spencer Charnas Discusses Deluxe Album 'The Silver Scream', Horror & More | Call TheONE". Call TheONE | Direct contact with professionals via video calling and webinars. Retrieved 2021-02-16.
  7. "Ice Nine Kills' Spencer Charnas on Lead Singer Syndrome with Shane Told". Outerloop. 2019-03-07. Retrieved 2021-02-16.
  8. "Q&A: Ice Nine Kills' Spencer Charnas Opens Up On Censorship, 'Child's Play' and His Band's Blossoming Career / the NOISE". Q&A: Ice Nine Kills’ Spencer Charnas Opens Up On Censorship, ‘Child’s Play’ and His Band’s Blossoming Career / the NOISE. Retrieved 2021-02-16.

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