• Don Stark is an American actor, bodybuilder and martial artist.
• He is best known for his role of Bob Pinciotti in the Fox Network sitcom “That ‘70s Show”.
• He is married to fellow actress Aubrey Robinson and has two daughters from a previous marriage.
• He is an avid sportsman and passionate dancer, who is currently serving as a softball coach of his daughter’s team.
• Don Stark has a net worth of over $4 million.
Known for movies
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Date Of Birth||July 5, 1954|
|Fact||He also has an extensive background in dancing, bodybuilding and martial arts.|
- 1 Don Stark (bodybuilder) Wiki Bio
- 2 Early life and education
- 3 Career of an actor and a bodybuilder
- 4 “That ‘70s Show”
- 5 Personal life and relationships
- 6 Likes and other interests
- 7 Appearance and net worth
- 8 Social media presence
- 9 General Info
- 10 Family
- 11 Accomplishments
- 12 Social profile links
- 13 Quotes
- 14 Facts
- 15 Pictures
- 16 Movies
Don Stark (bodybuilder) Wiki Bio
Don Stark was born in New York City, USA on 5 July 1954, so under the zodiac sign of Cancer and holding American nationality – he is mostly popular for his acting career, especially for his role of Bob Pinciotti in the Fox Network sitcom “That ‘70s Show”, which aired from 1998 to 2006. Don is also known for being a bodybuilder and a martial artist.
Early life and education
Don spent his early childhood with his parents in New York City – his father Nate Stark – who was born in 1924 and died in 1978 – served as the manager of the Wilson’s House of Suede. Nate was quite a popular person due to his unique sense of humor, and one of his most popular lines was ‘Life is a sh*t sandwich and every day you have to take another bite’. Don’s mother Harriet was born in 1926 and died in 1993, and was a housewife who was an example of a Jewish mom.
Don inherited his sense of humor from his father, and was quite popular in high school thanks to it – he attended Grover Cleveland High School in Reseda in California, and was very sporting. He was an avid football player, and was simultaneously acting in the school’s theater – he played John in “Dark of the Moon”, Sky Masterson in “Guys and Dolls” and many others, while his role in “Othello” during the Shakespeare Festival got him an award.
Career of an actor and a bodybuilder
Dan’s career of an actor was officially launched in 1975 when he landed a role in the “Switchblade Sisters” movie and he kept on winning new roles after that. He appeared in “Tilt” in 1979, “Evilspeak” in 1981, and “Peggy Sue Got Married” in 1986. He briefly appeared in the “Star Trek: First Contact” movie as well as in “Supernatural” TV series, in which he was killed by a ghost.
In 1996, he won a side role in the “Time Cop” TV series while also appearing in the “iGo to Japan” movie, in which he played a pilot flying over Tokyo. Don appeared in numerous other movies and TV series, but none of which were significant for his career as much as the role of Bob Pinciotti in the “That ‘70s Show” TV series – he joined the cast in 1998 and stayed to the end of the series in 2006.
Don is also known for his dancing career, as he performed with numerous bands as well as solo, and he is also known for his career of a bodybuilder. He began going to the gym soon after he matriculated from high school, and has been taking good care of his physique ever since – he is a martial artist as well, as he has been taking classes since he was 10.
Don is currently serving as a softball coach of his daughter’s team, while he is also a volunteer for the YMCA.
“That ‘70s Show”
“That ‘70s Show” is the series which made Don Stark famous. It is an American TV period sitcom, originally created to air on Fox with its first episode being aired on 23 August 1998 and the last on 18 May 2006. The story follows the lives of six teenagers who are living together with their families in Point Place (fictional) in Wisconsin – the series follows dates from 17 May 1976 to 31 December 1979. The actors who played the teenagers are Topher Grace, Mila Kunis, Danny Masterson, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama while the people who played their parents and other adults are Debra Jo Rupp, Kurtwood Smith, Tommy Chong, Don Stark (the star of this article), and Tanya Roberts.
The people behind the show wanted it to feel as the ‘70s, so they decided to take 1976 as the starting year as that was when all the trends and political matters were already set, while they also had to pay attention to the length of the show. The timeline which they chose allowed them to cover topics such as streaking, the sexual revolution, the Equal Rights Amendment, and the ‘70s oil crisis. The series also covers both Presidents Richard Nixon and Gerald Ford, and a bit of “Star Wars” movie can be seen, as the movie was released in May 1977.
Personal life and relationships
Don is very secretive when it comes to his love life, as he hasn’t shared much about his past and present relationships with the public, however, some things are still known.
Happy bday to my amazing beautiful daughter Sami. I love you with all my heart pic.twitter.com/zVQa4y6Xiu
— don stark (@donstark70) September 25, 2016
Don married Julie Stark in the mid ‘80s – Julie was his high school sweetheart, and she was there while his acting career was still on the rise. They are parents to two of their daughters named Nicole and Samantha, however, things between them did not work out and they divorced in 1988, rumor to be because Don became popular and began cheating on his wife, however, this hasn’t been confirmed.
In 1989 Don married Aubrey Robinson, a fellow actress, and they seem to have been living happily to this day. They do not have any kids together, and Aubrey doesn’t seem to have any kids from her former marriages (if she had any) and relationships, while Don has two daughters. There are no controversies or rumors surrounding their marriage.
Don hasn’t spoken about any other women he might have dated besides Aubrey and Julie.
Likes and other interests
Don’s main focus is and has always been on his acting career, but he has had numerous other interests throughout the years.
Don has always been sporting, and paid attention to what his physique– the only period during which his body did not look as great as he wanted it to was while he was shooting for “That ‘70s Show”, as it required him to look a bit chubby. He is a huge fan of exercising, and even today he spends a lot of his free time in his own gym – he also likes martial arts and is an excellent fighter. Even in “That ‘70s Show”, one can notice that Don is a very passionate dancer, as the moves he performs couldn’t have been acted that easily. Don was also interested in travelling and he spent a lot of his time exploring the US with his second wife Aubrey.
Bob Pinciotti ( Don Stark)
Posted by "That '70s Show" on Sunday, August 21, 2011
He also likes animals, and is very supportive of all the campaigns launched in order to save endangered species from extinction.
Appearance and net worth
Don is currently 65 years old. He has short black hair and green eyes, while his height and weight are not known.
According to authoritative sources, his current net worth is estimated to be more than $4 million, and is steadily rising thanks to his continuing career of an actor.
Social media presence
Don doesn’t appear to be that active on the internet, as he only seems to be using his Twitter account, while one can find only fan pages of him on Facebook and Instagram.
Don launched his Twitter account in February 2013, with his caption reading ‘Currently playing Oscar on the hit VH-1 series HIT THE FLOOR’ – his account counts more than 1,800 followers, while he’s tweeted over 250 times.
|Full Name||Don Stark|
|Net Worth||$5 million|
|Date Of Birth||July 5, 1954|
|Profession||Voice Actor, Television Director|
|Children||Samantha Stark, Nicole Stark|
|Parents||Debra Antorelli, Alan Stark|
|Siblings||Barbara Stark, Frank Stark, Anita Stark|
|Movies||Café Society, John Carter, Star Trek: First Contact, 3 Ninjas Knuckle Up, Hello, My Name Is Doris, 3 Ninjas Kick Back, Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead, Santa with Muscles, Evilspeak, Switchblade Sisters, Peggy Sue Got Married, Safelight, Heaven's Prisoners, Meeting Spencer, Letters from a K...|
|TV Shows||That '70s Show, Father of the Pride, Timecop, Bless This House, The Man in the Family|
Social profile links
|1||On life before That '70s Show (1998): "I got turned down for a role on UPN and I was really, really down...now how sad is that to be depressed for not getting a role on UPN?".|
|1||Graduated from Cleveland High School in Reseda, California, in 1972. Cleveland is the cross-town rival of Canoga High School, which is the school Kurtwood Smith (AKA "Red Foreman" on That '70s Show (1998)) attended.|
|2||In his spare time, he coaches softball which his daughters play for the team, and volunteers for the YMCA|
|3||He also has an extensive background in dancing, bodybuilding and martial arts.|
|Angel Investors||filming||Maloney (rumored)|
|False Memory Syndrome||post-production||Bill Johnson|
|The Strain||2016||TV Series||James O'Neill|
|Rosewood||2016||TV Series||Captain Roy Murillo|
|Hit the Floor||2013-2016||TV Series||Oscar Kincade|
|The Odd Couple||2016||TV Series||Mr. Blaustein|
|Monkey Up||2016||Tucker (voice)|
|The Good Wife||2015||TV Series||Manny Hofstedter|
|The Mindy Project||2015||TV Series||Don Castellano|
|Hello, My Name Is Doris||2015||Uncle Frank|
|Castle||2012-2014||TV Series||Vincent Cardano|
|Roswell FM||2014||Howard Bellringo|
|Red Sleep||2014||TV Series||Dr. George Reed|
|Random Encounters||2013||Dr. Tim|
|Hit the Floor AfterBuzz TV||2013||TV Series||Panelist|
|Anger Management||2013||TV Series||Principal|
|The Process||2012/I||Short||Richard Chapman|
|American Horror Story||2012||TV Series||Kit's Lawyer|
|The Mentalist||2012||TV Series||Armon Gagnon|
|NCIS||2012||TV Series||Marty Fiero|
|John Carter||2012||Dix the Storekeeper|
|ACME Saturday Night||2011||TV Series||Guest Host|
|Glass Heels||2011||TV Movie||Jim Weathers|
|Corey and Lucas for the Win||2011||TV Series||Stan|
|Law & Order: LA||2011||TV Series||Mayor Jack Velman|
|Workshop||2011||TV Series||Terry Tompkins|
|Melissa & Joey||2010||TV Series||Phil DeMarco|
|The Greatest American Hero: The Fan Series||2009||Short||Bill Maxwell|
|Dark House||2009||Det. Gorog|
|iCarly: iGo to Japan||2008||TV Movie||Freight Dog|
|Dirty Sexy Money||2008||TV Series||Detective Moffett|
|Cory in the House||2007||TV Series||The Russian Prime Minister|
|Supernatural||2007||TV Series||Jay Wiley|
|The Young and the Restless||2007||TV Series||Minister Frank McCallister|
|Stargate SG-1||2006||TV Series||Sal|
|That '70s Show||1998-2006||TV Series||Bob Pinciotti|
|That '70s Show Special: The Final Goodbye||2006||TV Special||Bob Pinciotti|
|Father of the Pride||2004-2005||TV Series||Vincent|
|Curb Your Enthusiasm||2002-2004||TV Series||Stu Braudy|
|CSI: Crime Scene Investigation||2003||TV Series||Sam Hopkins|
|NYPD Blue||1994-2003||TV Series||Bob Drazin / Frank Buono / Richard Corday|
|The 4th Tenor||2002||Tony|
|Maybe It's Me||2002||TV Series||Ed|
|That's Life||2001||TV Series||Alan Derwin|
|Diagnosis Murder||1997-2000||TV Series||Stanley Bomgarden / Det. Bob Groeber|
|Letters from a Killer||1998||Geary|
|Timecop||1997-1998||TV Mini-Series||Eugene Matuzek|
|Early Edition||1998||TV Series||Stan Kowaleski|
|Brooklyn South||1998||TV Series||George Hauer|
|L.A. Heat||1997||TV Series||Treat Donnelly|
|Murder Live!||1997||TV Movie||Man in Yellow Shirt|
|Dark Skies||1997||TV Series||Gallagher|
|Earth Minus Zero||1996||John Wayne "J.W."|
|Murder One||1996||TV Series||Carmine D'Nardis|
|Star Trek: First Contact||1996||Nicky the Nose|
|Santa with Muscles||1996||Lenny|
|Heaven's Prisoners||1996||Eddie Keats|
|Picket Fences||1996||TV Series||Stubby Muller|
|Bless This House||1995-1996||TV Series||Lenny|
|Charlie Grace||1995||TV Series||Detective Simms|
|Things to Do in Denver When You're Dead||1995||Gus|
|3 Ninjas Knuckle Up||1995||Sheriff|
|Night of the Running Man||1995||Rodney|
|Maverick||1994||Riverboat Poker Player (uncredited)|
|3 Ninjas Kick Back||1994||Umpire|
|Duckman: Private Dick/Family Man||1994||TV Series|
|Ring of Steel||1994||Lt. Taylor|
|Silk Stalkings||1994||TV Series||Tony - Strip Club Manager|
|Revenge of the Red Baron||1994||Detective Lewis|
|Beverly Hills, 90210||1994||TV Series||David's Shrink|
|Bloodfist V: Human Target||1994||Video||Agent Cory Blake|
|Lightning in a Bottle||1993||Yard Messenger|
|Star Trek: Deep Space Nine||1993||TV Series||Ashrock|
|South of Sunset||1993||TV Series||Bus Driver|
|The Baby Doll Murders||1993||Eric Green|
|L.A. Law||1993||TV Series||William Davidoff|
|Elvis and the Colonel: The Untold Story||1993||TV Movie||Dutch|
|Civil Wars||1992||TV Series||Marty DeMeo|
|Blossom||1992||TV Series||Cop #2|
|The Golden Girls||1991||TV Series||Sheriff|
|Empty Nest||1991||TV Series||Timmy|
|The Man in the Family||1991||TV Series||Cha Cha|
|Liquid Dreams||1991||Escort to Penthouse|
|Equal Justice||1991||TV Series||Sgt. Samuelson|
|9 1/2 Ninjas!||1991||Sledge|
|A Cry for Help: The Tracey Thurman Story||1989||TV Movie||Officer Driscoll|
|Beauty and the Beast||1987-1989||TV Series||Eddie / Stocky Guy|
|Arthur 2: On the Rocks||1988||Diner Customer|
|Under the Gun||1988||Joey|
|Night Court||1988||TV Series||Monroe|
|The Couch Trip||1988||Peterson|
|The Charmings||1988||TV Series||Marty|
|Cagney & Lacey||1987||TV Series||Perry DeScarfo|
|Sledge Hammer!||1986-1987||TV Series||Kurt Kruggle|
|Peggy Sue Got Married||1986||Doug Snell|
|The Twilight Zone||1986||TV Series||Punk #2 (segment "The Last Defender of Camelot")|
|Quincy M.E.||1979||TV Series||Henessey|
|Return Engagement||1978||TV Movie||Waiter|
|CHiPs||1978||TV Series||Officer Allen|
|Police Story||1978||TV Series||Ron|
|Black Sheep Squadron||1978||TV Series||Radio Operator|
|The Streets of San Francisco||1975-1977||TV Series||Henry Brown / Jim Riley|
|Welcome Back, Kotter||1975||TV Series||Student Extra / Student|
|Outrage||1973||TV Movie||Carl Dibble|
|General Hospital||1963||TV Series||Ripley (1988)|
|Luke 11:17||2008||TV Series 6 episodes|
|That '70s Show||2002||TV Series performer - 1 episode|
|Evilspeak with Don Stark||2014||Video short||Himself|
|The John Kerwin Show||2011||TV Series||Himself - Guest|
|E! True Hollywood Story||2006||TV Series documentary||Himself|
|The Sports List||2004||TV Series||Himself - Guest Speaker|
|Cory in the House: All Star Edition||2007||Video||The Russian Prime Minister|
|Ban the Sadist Videos! Part 2||2006||Video documentary||Himself|
|Curb Your Enthusiasm||2005||TV Series||Stu Braudy|
|Welcome Back, Kotter||1977||TV Series||Male Student|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia