Martin Starr Biography

(Actor and Comedian Known for His TV Series: ‘Freaks and Geeks’, ‘Party Down’, and ‘Silicon Valley’)

Birthday: July 30, 1982 (Leo)

Born In: Santa Monica, California, United States

Martin Starr is an American actor as well as comedian who played the role of Roman DeBeers in the comedy series ‘Party Down’ and of Bill Haverchuck in the comedy drama ‘Freaks and Geeks’. Besides these, the actor has appeared in the dramas ‘Silicon Valley’, ‘Revelations’, ‘NTSF:SD:SUV::’, ‘Burning Love’ and ‘Life in Pieces’. Starr has also done considerable work on the big screen. His film and short film credits include ‘Stealing Harvard’, ‘Band Camp’, ‘Who's Your Daddy’, ‘Kicking & Screaming’, ‘American Storage’, ‘Knocked Up’, ‘Big Breaks’, ‘The Invention of Lying’, ‘A Good Old Fashioned Orgy’, ‘Save the Date’, ‘I'll See You in My Dreams’, ‘Infinity Baby’ and ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’. The American actor cum comedian has also appeared in the web series titled ‘Dating Rules from My Future Self’. Coming to his off-screen life, Starr is one of those artistes who don’t like to showcase their personal life in front of the media. However, the actor is highly active on social networking sites in order to stay in touch with his fans and followers.
Quick Facts

Also Known As: Martin James Pflieger Schienle

Age: 41 Years, 41 Year Old Males


father: Jim Schienle

mother: Jean St. James

Actors Comedians

Height: 6'1" (185 cm), 6'1" Males

Ancestry: German American

U.S. State: California

City: Santa Monica, California

Martin Starr made his acting debut in 1992 by appearing in the movie ‘Hero’. He then appeared in the comedy series ‘Freaks and Geeks’. Then in 2001, he did the short film ‘Eyeball Eddie’ and also appeared in the series ‘Roswell’. The following year, the actor got featured in the movies ‘Stealing Harvard’ and ‘Cheats’ as well as in the dramas ‘Undeclared’ and ‘Providence’. Soon after this, he acted in the short film ‘Band Camp’.
From 2004 to 2009, Starr did numerous small screen and big screen projects, such as ‘Who's Your Daddy?’, ‘Fish Burglars’, ‘Kicking & Screaming’, ‘American Storage’, ‘Knocked Up’, ‘Superbad’, ‘Walk Hard: The Dewey Cox Story’, ‘The Incredible Hulk’, ‘The Invention of Lying’, ‘Paper Heart’, ‘Revelations’, ‘Wainy Days’ and ‘Party Down’. Then in 2010, he was cast as Adam 'Toast' Charles in the drama ‘Hawaii Five-0’. A year later, he appeared in the dramas ‘Mad Love’, ‘Community’, ‘Childrens Hospital’ and ‘NTSF:SD:SUV::’ and also in the films ‘A Good Old Fashioned Orgy’ and ‘6 Month Rule’.
Starr then got the opportunity to act in the films and short films ‘Save the Date’, ‘Angel of Death’ and ‘Deep Dark Canyon’. In 2013, he did the movies ‘This Is the End’ and ‘The Lifeguard’. The same year, he also portrayed the character of Leo and Abraham Lincoln in the dramas ‘Burning Love’ and ‘Drunk History’ respectively.
After this, the American actor was cast in the movies ‘Dead Snow: Red vs. Dead’, ‘Veronica Mars’, ‘Amira & Sam’ and ‘Playing It Cool’ in 2014. He also joined the team of the drama ‘Silicon Valley’ the same year. Starr then played Oscar in the drama ‘Life in Pieces’. In the year 2017, he appeared in an episode of the series ‘Bill Nye Saves the World’. He also did the films ‘Lemon’, ‘Infinity Baby’, ‘Grow House’ and ‘Spider-Man: Homecoming’ during that time.
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Personal Life
Martin Starr was born as Martin James Pflieger Schienle on July 30, 1982 in Santa Monica, California, United States, to Jean St. James and James Schienle. He studied at Los Angeles County High School for the Arts. Besides this, no other information regarding the American star’s personal life is available to the media.

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