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Eric Starker

 

Eric Starker

 

Actor, Singer, Voice Teacher
Based in New York, NY

AEA, SAG & AFTRA Eligible


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29
5'7"
145 lbs
Light Brown
Hazel
Tenor

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INTRUMENTS:

August 27th
New Haven, CT
Purple
Brazil
The Lost Language of Cranes
The Sandman
graphic novels
Piano


Artist's Bio

Eric recently moved to the New York City area, in January of 2006. He is now a member of Actor's Equity (and is eligible for both SAG and AFTRA), and completed his on-camera demo reel.

Eric was extremely active in the Seattle theatre scene for the four and a half years he lived there, doing two shows with ReAct, as well as performing with Village Theatre, Showtunes, Centerstage, Seattle Public Theatre, Annex, Cabaret Productions, GAP Theatre, and a host of others.

In San Francisco, his acting career continued to be busy and fruitful. Highlights include the Prince in Snow White and Several Dweebs at the Oregon Cabaret Theatre (Ashland, OR), the lead role, Menachem, in Moonwatcher (an original musical backed up by a klezmer band with A Traveling Jewish Theatre), Blaine Rogers in Roberta with 42nd Street Moon (starring Kathryn Crosby, Bing Crosby's widow), and most recently, Mayor Gronam in The MeshugaNutcracker!, touring four cities in California and earning a rave review in the L.A. Times.

He also did several industrials and voiceovers, and a national commercial for Star Wars: Battlefront, and some teaching work.

Please drop him a line, especially if you are in the NYC area, or just to touch base! For more info, check out his website at www.ericstarker.com, regularly updated.

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Eric Starker


ReAct Stagework

Acting Credits
You're a Good Man,
        Charlie Brown
- Linus
Schoolhouse Rock Live! (1st Run) - "Eric"


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