We have an Aussie in the house! As the beguiling lieutenant on Chicago Fire, you could have believed that Jesse Spencer's impression of Matthew Casey was his genuine voice — however the entertainer really hails from Australia. Hear clasps of Jesse Spencer's Australian articulation versus his American inflection underneath.
Chicago Fire, NBC's fireman show series delivered by Dick Wolf, follows the expert and individual existences of firemen, salvage staff and paramedics of the Chicago Local group of fire-fighters' imaginary Firehouse 51. The series is wrapping up its eleventh season and was as of late restored for Season 12 in April 2023, alongside different One Chicago shows, Chicago P.D. furthermore, Chicago Drug.
On the Chicago-based procedural, Spencer depicted Commander Matthew Casey, a lieutenant (then chief) at Firehouse 51 and an official responsible for Truck Organization 81. He featured on Chicago Fire from Season 1 of every 2012 until he left as a series ordinary in Season 10 out of 2021 after very nearly 10 years. Since his leave, he's returned on the show in a visitor job a couple of times to rejoin with his previous accomplice, Sylvie Brett. Assortment uncovered in May 2023 that Casey will likewise return for the Season 11 finale on May 24, 2023, in the midst of Severide (Taylor Kinney's) time away because of individual reasons.
Spencer has one youngster with his significant other, neuroscientist Kali Woodruff Carr. Spencer and Carr began dating in 2014 and wedded in June 2020. They invited their most memorable youngster in April 2022 — a half year after Spencer, who was brought into the world in Australia, turned into a US resident in November 2021, as per NBC. On a press call after he declared he was leaving Chicago Fire in October 2021, Spencer implied that the explanation he left the series after 10 seasons was to invest more energy with his loved ones. His most memorable child was conceived seven months after his last episode as a series customary broadcasted.
“I added it up, and this year is my eighteenth year of organization television, straight — I went directly from House into Chicago Fire,” Spencer said at that point. “Coming up to the 200th, I called [showrunner Derek Haas] and let it be known that I thought the time had come to leave the show. He concurred we ought to essentially get Casey to 200 episodes. “It was a hard choice since I've cherished this show all along, yet there's different things that I couldn't want anything more than to do from here on out and there's a family that I want to deal with. 18 years is quite a while. That is an extended length.” He proceeded, “It was a hard choice, and I would rather not leave the show since I truly do cherish it, yet when the opportunity arrives, the opportunity arrives.”
Presently back to Jesse Spencer's marvelous Australian inflection. Continue to peruse to hear his genuine voice – in addition to figure out how the entertainer made certain about his Mid-Western American pronunciation as Matthew Casey on NBC's Chicago Fire.