This article focuses on Albert Spencer's Storybrooke persona. For his Enchanted Forest counterpart, see King George.
|Occupation:||Storybrooke District Attorney|
|Portrayed by:||Alan Dale|
|First appearance:||"The Stable Boy"|
|Latest appearance:||"Child of the Moon"|
You should have killed me when you had the chance.
District Attorney Albert Spencer is a character on ABC's Once Upon a Time. He débuts in the eighteenth episode of the first season. He is portrayed by guest star Alan Dale, and is the Storybrooke counterpart of King George.
During the Curse
Albert Spencer is the Storybrooke district attorney who is called in to conduct an interview with Mary Margaret regarding the disappearance and assumed murder of Kathryn Nolan. Mary Margaret ends up incriminating herself in this interview, which seems to satisfy D.A. Spencer. ("The Stable Boy")
After the Curse
Later, Spencer meets with David and warns him that he plans to make his life hell as revenge for ruining his plans for family as King George. Spencer tries to frame Ruby for Billy's murder, forcing David to protect her and choose his friend over the townspeople. Granny follows the scent of Billy's blood to Spencer's car and she and David find evidence that Spencer killed Billy. They stop him from killing Ruby in her wolf form but he escapes and burns Jefferson's hat, preventing them from opening a portal to rescue Mary Margaret and Emma from the Enchanted Forest. ("Child of the Moon")
- The name "Albert" is of Germanic origin derived from the words "adal" and "beraht" that respectively mean "noble" and "bright".
- The surname "Spencer" is of Old French origin derived from the word "despensier" that means "butler, steward".
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