Stark made his feature film debut in the ensemble comedy Die, Mommie, Die. Co-starring Charles Busch and Jason Preistley, the film premiered at the 2003 Sundance Film Festival and received rave reviews. Stark was recently seen in the action-packed caper, Mission Without Permission, as well as the romantic comedy Chasing Liberty with Mandy Moore. The unstoppable Sands was also in last year's romantic comedy Shall We Dance opposite Richard Gere and Jennifer Lopez.
Additional upcoming projects include the independent drama 11/14. The film tells the seemingly random, yet vitally connected, story of a set of incidents that all converge one evening at 11:14 p.m. and co-stars Hilary Swank and Colin Hanks.
Stark grew up in Dallas, Texas where he began acting on the stage at age 13. He received his Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree in Acting from the University of Southern California and has performed on stage including performances of Romeo and Juliet, Macbeth, Hamlet, Pippin and Guys and Dolls. He first gained recognition as a recurring love interest to the angst-ridden teen, Lauren Ambrose, in the critically acclaimed HBO series Six Feet Under and co-starred in the short film Me and Daphne.
Stark Sands Facts
|September 30, 1978 (45)
|Dallas, Texas, USA