His mother a dance teacher, his father a gambler, at 17 Stark left Louisiana and went to work for Marlon Brando, after which he was hired to build a notorious nightclub for Jack Nicholson. At that time, Stark went on to act in several TV shows and independent film classics such as, Border Radio (1987), Intruder (1989), Chopper Chicks in Zombietown (1989) and This Ain't Bebop (1989). Leaving Hollywood, coming back in 2012, Stark has done several television projects from "Nashville", "Reckless", "Magnum P.I." and "Sleepy Hollow" to such blockbuster films as, "Homefront", "Django Unchained", "The Hateful Eight", "Once Upon a Time in Hollywood", "Honey Boy" and Lana Del Rey videos. Mr. Stark is also the 1st prize winner of the Producers Guild of America / Debra Hill Competition in 2012 and the Canon Imagination Film Contest in 2013. His most recent film projects, "Alice", along with an "Untitled Paul Thomas Anderson Project" and the film, "Tyger Tyger" has influenced Mr. Stark to form his

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