Don Stark Biography
Birthday: July 5, 1954 (Cancer)
Born In: New York, New York, United States
Don Stark is an American actor, best known for his performance as ‘Bob Pinciotti’ in the TV series ‘That ’70s Show.’ He has performed in several movies, too. As a child, Stark was inclined more toward football than toward acting. He joined the drama group in school in response to a friend’s challenge. However, after making his entry into acting, Stark started enjoying it. He found it to be his calling in life. He is an excellent dancer, too. While in high school, Stark participated in musicals such as ‘Guys and Dolls’ and ‘Fiddler on the Roof.’ Stark made his TV debut with the TV movie ‘Outrage.’ His debut big-screen project was the film ‘Switchblade Sisters.’ He appeared in minor roles in series such as ‘General Hospital’ and ‘The Man in the Family.’ Stark performed in movies such as ‘Evilspeak,’ ‘Peggy Sue Got Married,’ and ‘The Couch Trip.’ His career experienced a downturn , but he was soon offered a career-defining role. Stark was cast as ‘Bob Pinciotti’ in all the eight seasons of the popular sitcom ‘That ’70s Show.’ After the success of this show, Stark played a major role in the sports drama series ‘Hit the Floor.’ He is still active in his entertainment career.