Patrick Stark

Patrick Stark

Patrick Stark (Patrick John Stark) was entered into the world at the place of Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada on 19 May, 1952. However, by profession, he is a Assistant Director, Miscellaneous, Casting Department. Find Patrick Stark‘s Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and profession refreshes. Figure out how rich would he say in this year and how he uses all of his net worth? Additionally, figure out how he procured the majority of his net worth at 53 years old?

Popular As Patrick John Stark
Occupation assistant_director,miscellaneous,casting_department
Age 53 years old
Zodiac Sign Pisces
Born 28 February 1968
Birthday 28 February
Birthplace Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada
Nationality Canada

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Patrick Stark Height, Weight & Measurements

At 53 years old, Patrick Stark height is 6′ 4″ (1.93 m)

Physical Status
Height 6′ 4″ (1.93 m)
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Who Is Patrick Stark’s Wife?

His wife is Jyotishna Narayan Stark (25 September 2004 – present) ( 2 children)

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Wife Jyotishna Narayan Stark (25 September 2004 – present) ( 2 children)
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Patrick Stark Net Worth

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Patrick Stark creative agency Creative Ballistics Media, became Stark Creative Media Inc. in 2018.
Patrick Starkleft Blink Media in 2008, starting his own commercial production company, Creative Ballistics Media Corp.

In May of 2007, Stark and his former producing partner signed Jay Wolpert (The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)/Pirates of the Caribbean: The Curse of the Black Pearl (2003) to write the adaptation.

In October 2007, Stark signed on to produce and direct for a small media company in Vancouver. His work was broadcast over many networks including BNN, Bloomberg, CNBC, CBC and Air Canada.
In April of 2005, Stark produced and directed “The Party Crasher”, a 30-second commercial contest entry for Shaftebury Beer, which landed him in the top ten best entries. Also that same month, Stark acquired the film rights to the novel A Century of November, written by award-winning American author W. D. Wetherell.
X-Files flew south for sunnier skies, Stark coordinated key personnel from the show to assist him in producing Tilt (2003), a modern take on Don Quixote. The project became a five-year journey, involving nearly 700 individuals from Vancouver’s film community who either assisted as crew on set, or donated money and services. Stark’s efforts were publicized in newspaper and magazine articles around the world.
It even attracted the attention of Hollywood mega-star Hugh Jackman and A-list director Bryan Singer, who offered up a set visit and lunch with them on the set of X2: X-Men United (2003) as a silent auction item toward a fund-raiser for Tilt’s post-production.
The 30 minute short was well received, eventually becoming an official entry into the Boston International Film Festival and the Toronto Filmmakers Festival in 2003.
” Later that year, Stark helped to produce Pits (2003), another short-film, this time starring celebrated Scottish actor Alan Cumming.
In the fall of 2002, Stark produced and directed “Perfect” a music video for singer Sammi Morelli (an opportunity given to him by stuntman Tony Morelli. ) The music video was featured on Much Music’s “Indie Spotlight.
In 1997, it was his run as the trainee assistant director on the hit television series The X-Files (1993), in its fifth and final season in Vancouver, where Stark really began to learn physical production. Befriending many seasoned veterans in every department from the successful series, they helped to teach him the finer points of their expertise.
Patrick Stark took his only acting class in 1993: “Acting and Improv” with actor John Ritter.
Dreaming of the day he would one day create a career for himself in Hollywood, Patrick Stark needed only to journey half the distance from his home town of Dawson Creek in northeastern British Columbia to Vancouver. American-based productions had begun to set up shop in Vancouver to take advantage of versatile locations and a favorable exchange rate. Today, Stark is an independent producer and director, acting as a consultant for various projects, and developing many of his own. From 1990, when he first stepped onto set as an extra and throughout the 30 years since, Stark has acquired numerous credits. Working behind the scenes in various departments, mostly as an assistant director, he gained the experience necessary to eventually produce and direct his own films.
Patrick Stark was named one of “21 artists and performers who will change the face of culture in British Columbia in the 21st Century” by The Vancouver Sun.
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