Since graduating from The Performing Arts Conservatory, Hayden Spencer has gone on to follow an extensive career in performing arts. Hayden was also the winner of the Performing Arts Conservatory’s John Dommett medal in 2004.
Hayden has performed with Cirque du Soleil’s Dralion in the role of Clown Vincente and worked extensively with many major Australian theatre companies including Melbourne Theatre Company, Queensland Theatre Company, La Boite, and HotHouse Theatre.
He has been the fight director on several stage productions such as The Tempest and Vertigo & the Virginia for QTC, as well as Rio Saki & Other Falling Debris for La Boite. Hayden also wrote and performed in his own very successful festival show Zoo-illogical, which he has performed a number of times over the years.
On television he has appeared in Kensational (SBS), Flipper, and Medivac. While on film he has had roles in Mystery Road, It’s Hot, A Good Death, Eustace Solves a Problem, The Fencer, and Early Eddie and the Bus Stop Blues.