The handsome singer didn't have an easy route to the final six,he sang his heart out to his version of the Pussycat Dolls' Dontcha' but Simon Cowell thought it was 'corny', and Louis said he was 'disappointed' by his audition but gave him a seat anyway.He said: 'I'm disappointed with that, it wasn't original. Spencer it wasn't a very good audition but take a seat.' But the drama wasn't over for Spencer who then had to tackle a three-way sing-off against Benji Matthews and Lloyd Macey.He also hosted Sports Soup on Versus and Scream Play on E! He’s starred in countless commercials, numerous sitcoms and Transformers 2.
Fighting: But the drama wasn't over for Spencer who then had to tackle a three-way sing-off against Benji Matthews and Lloyd Macey.
Matt has hosted the Macy’s 4th of July Fireworks Spectacular for NBC, the largest Kentucky Derby Party in the country (outside of Kentucky), the inaugural Fantasy Sports Combine in Las Vegas & given keynote addresses for dozens of hospitals, pharmaceutical companies and health care organizations across the country.
He worked with the improvisational comedy troupe The Groundlings, and in 2002 became a full-time professional comedian.
from Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons. Iseman began doing stand-up comedy, with a routine based partly on his experiences as a doctor.
Life is short, do what makes you happy.” That’s the advice that Matt got from his Dad-a world renowned physician-when Matt quit medicine to pursue stand up comedy. He talks ninjas, tells jokes around the world and, in general, proves laughter is the best medicine.
Perhaps best known as the host of the twice Emmy nominated “American Ninja Warrior” and being named the newest Celebrity Apprentice, the Boston Globe has said of Matt, “The best part about American Ninja Warrior, hands down, is when bro-host Matt Iseman roars the show’s title.” He also continues to head up the spinoff, “Team Ninja Warrior” on the USA Network.He has performed at USO shows in Afghanistan, South Korea, Bosnia, and Hungary. Additionally, he has hosted 8 out of 9 seasons of American Ninja Warrior on the channel G4, and then on the NBC network. Iseman began working with American Ninja Warrior in 2010.He uses his athleticism and work as a comedian to add his style to the show with Akbar Gbaja-Biamila (former NFL player), and Kristine Leahy (sideline correspondent).He also has worked episodically in television shows including The Drew Carey Show, NCIS, and General Hospital.He has appeared on the syndicated MAD TV, Comedy Central's Premium Blend, Fox's The Best Damn Sports Show Period, and Fox News Channel's Red Eye w/ Greg Gutfeld.Spencer has already experienced some success in the States and appeared on chat shows in a bid to launch a singing career.