|Born:||January 21, 1977|
|Occupation:||Film, Television, and Voice actor|
|Years Active:||2000 - present|
Gerald "Jerry" William Trainor was born and raised in San Diego, California, He is widely known for playing Spencer Shay on iCarly. He appeared in Jade Dumps Beck as one of the audience who watched Trina's play. It is unknown if he was playing Spencer Shay from the show iCarly or not. He (as Spencer) also interacted with Beck, Jade, and Sikowitz in the hot tub in iParty with Victorious. He also appeared in April Fools Blank. Trainor also appears on the web series Hungry Girl TV (Wife of Danwarp)
Early life and career
Trainor was born and raised in San Diego, California, the son of William "Bill" Trainor and Madelyn (née McNenly) Trainor. Trainor studied improv at the Groundlings school in Los Angeles.Trainor also studied theatre at the University of California, Santa Barbara.
His first television role was in Nickelodeon programming block and series 6 to 8 Frozen Zone as popular person Justin. Some of his other television credits include Law & Order, Angel, and Malcolm in the Middle. His first recurring TV role was as Brian "the A.V. guy" on Crossing Jordan. He also has had a number of small roles in films such as the science fiction horror film Donnie Darko and the cheerleader comedy Bring It On Again. He also had a recurring role on the Nickelodeon TV show Drake & Josh and starred in the Nickelodeon show iCarly. He also completed the 2008 music-themed comedy Wreckless Epic, in which he stars.
Trainor was formerly in a World of Warcraft video series called Project Lore. He played the healer Goggins who is a Draenei shaman. He was replaced by Jeff Cannata when he left the show on February 7, 2009.
Trainor stars in the animated series T.U.F.F. Puppy as the voice of Dudley Puppy.
Trainor starred alongside iCarly co-star Jennette McCurdy in the Nickelodeon television movie Best Player. He played Quincy Johnson, a video game enthusiast whose main competition in a video gaming contest is McCurdy's character.
He was nominated for a 2012 Kids Choice Award for "Favorite TV Sidekick".
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