Spencer Breslin (born May 18, 1992) is an American actor and musician.
Breslin was born in New York City, the son of Kim, a personal manager, and Michael Breslin, a telecommunications expert. Spencer has an older brother Ryan Breslin (born in 1985) and a younger sister, Abigail Breslin (born April 14, 1996) who is an actress.
He has appeared in films such as Disney's The Kid, The Santa Clause 2, The Cat in the Hat, You Wish!, and Zoom. He has also been involved in the world of animation by lending his voice to the television cartoon Teamo Supremo, and Return to Neverland. He reprised his role of Curtis in The Santa Clause 3, which opened on November 3, 2006, taking the tally of movies in which he co-starred with Tim Allen up to four. In 2004, when Dr. Seuss won his Star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, Breslin was asked to read alongside Alyson Stoner, Dylan and Cole Sprouse, and Hailey Anne Nelson. Breslin then went on to star in 2007's Harold, which failed to succeed in the box-office. In 2004, he and his real life younger sister Abigail Breslin played on-screen siblings in Raising Helen and in Princess Diaries 2, in which Spencer played a prince and Abigail made a cameo as a girl at an orphanage. Abigail was also in The Santa Clause 3, in which Spencer played Curtis, the head elf of the North Pole.
In the summer of 2007 he helped form alternative rock trio The Red Agenda with Harold co-star Evan Daves and musician Paul DeMasi. He is finished recording his debut album, Labor Day as of October, 2009 and it is due for release soon. It was recorded by Ladybug Transistor's Gary Olson, and produced by James William Hindle. Breslin founded his own record label Acadian Recording Company and is currently working with the hard rock group Damus on their debut album.