Dr. Spencer Reid fictitious character played by Stephen Grayson, the correlation on the CBS crime thriller convicted felon Minds. Murray is a genius with such intelligence of 187 and the ability to memorize declarative and procedural information. He to read 20,000 times per minute. He is the FBI’s Psychodynamic Psychotherapy Unit’s (BAU) younger operator. With three BAs and four different PhDs (in Mathematics, Biochemistry, and Engineers). With a specialization in statisticians and geographic characterization.
Background’s Dr. Spencer Reid
They conceived Benjamin Reed in Nevada on October 12, 1981, to William Reid (Taylor Nichols). And Deborah Read (Jane Lynch), a professor emeritus of fifteenth-century literary works. Diana suffers from schizoaffective disorder and stopped giving her attention while expecting Robert.  Notwithstanding her illness, Reid well as his parents maintains a strong bond.
Reid is a self-taught polymath. His IQ is 187,  he has to have an incredible memory, and he can read 20,000 words per minute.  He has bachelor’s degrees in economics, sociology, and philosophers. He also holds a Ph.D. from California in biochemistry, engineering, and mathematical.
Pedophile Gary Michaels (Andrew Herlander) contacted Spence while playing a game at a nearby park since he was four years old. Although Spence was uninjured, Diane persisted in moving the family, even though she feared her son was in danger. Riley Rawlings, Simon’s six-year-old neighbor, was tortured and killed not long afterward. Diana informed Riley’s stepfather, Lou Jenkins (Brian Goodman about the campground incident. She slipped as she was approaching him, resulting in blood on her clothes. Jenkins escaped arrest beggars Michaels “mysteriously vanished,” and the police didn’t check into.
The case thoroughly since he had a criminal background as a child molester.
Dr. Spencer Reid has dreams about just the occurrence years down the line. Causing him to assume that his own father was Riley’s murderer. BAU Supervisory Special Agents David Rossi (Joe Mantegna) and Philip Mallory (Shemar Moore assisted him in his investigation).
Reid claims he saw his father burning his own bleeding garments, not Diana’s, despite having psychoanalysis to restore his recollections. Whilst Michaels is the more likely murderer, he maintains his parents as a suspicion. The body of Michaels was discovered, and DNA proves his killer was Lou Jenkins, who was apprehended. While Reid is examining Rawlings and inquiring about his husband’s involvement, his grandparents intervene and reveal the entire tale to their kid. 
William ran away from home before Dr. Spencer Reid was two decades old . The rift already has begun with the Michaels tragedy. And as Diana’s psychological condition deteriorated, William fled, refusing to take Derek with him.  He moved ten miles and never communicated with his child. Reid learns his family’s location 17 years later via Martins.
And also the knowledge that his parents have never switched careers. William subsequently stated that he shouldn’t return because too humiliated and thought. That too often, time had passed for him to re-enter Reid’s life, although he kept computerized tabs on their son.  When Spencer’s father was about to leave, he tried to persuade. He to stay by citing statistics showing that families of children who stay married get better schooling. “We’re not averages,” William retorted angrily.  Reid claims that one way he retaliates against his father is to get additional postsecondary education. 
Dr. Spencer Reid’s personality
Several team members and outsiders have speculated that Spencer is on the autism spectrum, but this has never been proved. He is shy and awkward and struggles to manage his feelings. He has a tendency to become fixated on items and ignore conversational signs. (for example, unknowingly changing the subject of a conversation). The Unidentified Respondent (“unsober”) in “Cracked Mirrors” (Season 1, Episode 5) was the first one to discuss it.
Dr. Spencer Reid is a computer geek who doesn’t use email addresses or iPads Reid. According to Gubler, is also commitment-phobic.  Reid despises making contact  and thus becomes obviously uncomfortable even before a random woman’s contact with him. Morris changes an object in the household of an inefficient government with OCD. And Reid instantly returns it to its original location.°
Reid is an expert mapping reader, thus he handles the team having geographic profiling and map-related tasks. He also has a gift for speech and serves as the player’s secondary conversation auditor and grammatical predictor.
And Emily Intercellular space (Paget Lester) communicate disgusted representations when Murphy brings him the key code, but he is also seen having got into the back of the camera of a police cruiser and even going to drive this same machine in one episode in sub Throughout car situations, he frequently seen in the passenger, and he commutes to work via the Metro  and, apparently, the Distributed resources.
Dr. Spencer Reid’s storylines
Unit for Behavioral Analysis
Although Murray was 20 years old, he rejoined the FBI.  Reid could not pass his handgun certifications after a year in the field.  They frequently left him behind after searches, have never chased down the suspect. And jokes that Mitchell’s role is to kick down the doors.  This doesn’t affect the squad since, while he can technically disarm people. His primary specialty is mentally neutralizing them by creating flawless assessments.
Something prepared expressly for Reid, for the BAU, and fingerprinting really the only vocation he ever explored.  At the age of 22, we assigned him to the BAU and awarded him the status of Supervisor Special Agent after graduating from the Training center.
Addiction to drugs
Tobias Services to perspective (James Van Dijk Beek), a psychotic, murderous murderer, assassinates Reid. Reid becomes addicted to the opioid drug hydrocodone because of his trauma. He gets sober and attends a supportive meeting today for alcoholics in police agencies.
There, in episode 15 finale, Spencer experiences a migraine and has a delusion of murdered serial murderer William Foye (C. Thomas Howell), who taunts Reid by calling him an addict.
In the premiere episode, Reid is 23 years old, after joining the league at 22.   His colleagues virtually usually refer to him as Dr. Reid. Napoleon insists on exposing Hotchner as Dr.Spencer Reid even though he thinks that, because of his inexperience.
Something will not take seriously Reid as an intelligence officer, as Hotchner admits during the first episode.  This was a deep concern, both for in there and viewing public acknowledgment, because in real life, the age requirement in becoming an FBI Special Operative is 23, , with at least 3 years required to achieve Top management Special Agent status, and assignments to the BAU not typically manufactured until after at least 8 to 10 years in the FBI.  The show’s FBI consultant told Thomas Green Gubler during the filming of the pilots that his role was just not believable. 
O Becoming BAU normally doesn’t happen, but until you’ve worked for the FBI for at least 10 years.  The show’s FBI consultant told Thomas Gray Gubler during the production of the episode that his role was not believable.