Don Stark Wiki
Don Stark (Full name- Donald Stark) is an American actor who was born on July 5, 1954, New York City, New York, U.S. He is most popular for his role as Bob Pinciotti on the Fox Network sitcom That ’70s Show for all eight seasons running from 1998 to 2006. Stark is also well known for his part as the fictional Los Angeles Devils owner Oscar Kinkade in VH1’s Hit the Floor.
Don Stark Biography
Don Stark went to Grover Cleveland High School in Reseda, California, where he graduated in 1972. While at school, he played football for the school team, and he also won leading roles in the theater arts department. Don Stark played John in Dark of the Moon, Tevye in Fiddler on the Roof, Sky Masterson in Guys and Dolls, and, in an award-winning Shakespeare Festival scene, the title role in Othello.
Don Stark began his career as a student in high school – Cleveland High School – and the circumstances that pushed him to it are quite unnatural. It was not his passion or interest at first, but while in school, his friend put it up as a challenge that he could not do it – joining the school drama group. But to the amazement of his friend, he took up the challenge and joined the drama club and that was how his acting career began.
Don Stark’s first outing with the team was getting the lead role in the play “Dark of the Moon” by Howard Richardson. The production was very successful and turned out really well which meant that Don Stark had to appear in other productions in high school including the award-winning Othello and Guys and Dolls.
Don Stark Age
Don Stark was born on July 5, 1954, in New York City, New York, U.S. to Nate and Harriet Stark.
Don Stark Family
Don Stark was born on July 5, 1954, New York City, New York, U.S. to his father, Nate Stark (1924–1978), who was the manager of Wilson’s House of Suede. He was known for his dry sense of humor, once saying, “Life is a s**t sandwich and every day you have to take another bite”. Don’s mother, Harriet (1926–1993), was a homemaker and a doting “Jewish mother”.
Don Stark Wife
There is very limited information in the public domain as pertains Don Stark’s married life. However, it is known that he is currently married to Aubrey Robinson since 1989.
Don Stark Children
Previously, Stark was married to Julie Stark and they had two children together; daughters, Nicole and Samantha, before their divorce.
Don Stark Height
Stark is a man of average height standing at 5 ft 10 in (1.78 m). He has brown hair and black eye color.
Don Stark Salary
Don’s salary is estimated to be between $10k to $50k.
Don Stark Net Worth
Don Stark frequently appeared in his high school plays, including a Shakespeare festival. He made his on-screen TV debut in on General Hospital in the early ’60s. As such, Don Stark has an estimated net worth of $5 million dollars earned over the years from his acting career.
Don Stark Supernatural
Stark had a small role in an episode of Supernatural as a victim of a ghost that had been summoned by ritual to murder. Supernatural is an American dark fantasy television series that was first broadcast on September 13, 2005, on The WB.
The series created by Eric Kripke and subsequently became part of successor The CW’s lineup. The plot follows two brothers as they hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings and stars Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester.
Don Stark That 70s Show
By the time he was featured in That ’70s Show, Stark’s acting career was already going downhill. In 1995, he was cast in the TV sitcom Bless This House as he desperately searched for a career-reviving screen role. His involvement in the latest series was not for long as the show was canceled after the first season. It didn’t help matters that he featured in the 1996 movie Santa with Muscles which was rated as “one of the worst Christmas movies of all time.”
Don Stark starred alongside Hulk Hogan in the movie. After that was in another role that was also a flop in 1997. He was featured in the adaptation of the sci-fi movie Timecop (1997) where he played the character of a commanding officer. It was until the next year in 1998, that he struck the right cord in his career with That ’70s Show (1998-2006) where he played the role of Bob Pinciotti.
Don Stark American Horror Story
Don Stark was in American Horror Story Season 2. Asylum is created by Brad Falchuk and Ryan Murphy and is the second season of the American FX horror television series American Horror Story. It originally aired from October 17, 2012 to January 23, 2013.
The premise of the second season marked a departure from that of the series’s first season, featuring all new characters and a new location, thus marking American Horror Story as an anthology series at the time.
Don Stark Ncis
Don Stark appeared in the NCIS Season 9 episode, The Good Son which is the 205th episode of the entire NCIS series. The Episode follows an NCIS team investigating the death of a Navy Petty Officer where they soon discover a possible connection between the victim and Vance’s brother-in-law.
Don Stark Arrested Development Season 5
Don Stark featured alongside Thomas Barbusca in the American Sitcom Arrested Development. The sitcom was created by Mitchell Hurwitz and initially aired on Fox for three seasons from November 2, 2003, to February 10, 2006. The show follows a formerly wealthy but dysfunctional family, the Bluth family. The show incorporates handheld camera work, voice-over narration, archival photos, and historical footage presented in a serialized format.
Don Stark Bodybuilder
Don Stark has a list of other pastimes which he indulges in when he is not acting including bodybuilding and martial arts.
Don Stark Movies
Switchblade Sisters (1975) – Hook
Tilt (1979) – Gary Laswitz
Evilspeak (1981) – Bubba Caldwell
Choices (1981) – Lance
Peggy Sue Got Married (1986) – Doug Snell
The Couch Trip (1988) – Peterson
Under the Gun (1988) – Joey
Arthur 2: On the Rocks (1988) – Diner Customer
Feds (1988) – Willy
9 1/2 Ninjas! (1991) – Sledge
Liquid Dreams (1991) – Escort to Penthouse