Friday, 4 January 2008

Robert Clark

Robert Clark (born August 20, 1986) is a Canadian actor. After building up years of experience in singing, stage and limited television work in the 1990s, he has gone on to receive critical and public recognition for his roles in various small screen productions, most notably The Zack Files and Strange Days at Blake Holsey High.

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Clark's very first professional acting role was opposite hockey player Wayne Gretzky in a television commercial for Honeycomb Cereal. Under his mother's guidance, he used his previous singing experience in auditions for stage productions such as Ragtime (1998) and Beauty and the Beast, though he lost the role in the latter to his brother.


He subsequently managed to clinch a recurring role in the television show I Was a Sixth Grade Alien (starring his brother), and made several guest appearances in programs such as Eerie Indiana: The Other Dimension (also starring his brother), Real Kids, Real Adventures, and Twice in a Lifetime.

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Clark's acting career was not limited to the small screen, however; in Superstar (1999), Clark was Eric Slater (Harland Williams) as a child. He later won small parts in a few television movies: Switching Goals (1999) with Mary-Kate and Ashley Olsen, as a Goth in The Ride (2000), and in All-American Girl: The Mary Kay Letourneau Story (2000), as the son of real-life convicted child rapist Mary Kay Letourneau.



Anonymous said...

Hottest thing i have seen in ages. Hope he's Italian 'cause that's what im lookin' for

Muscles said...

He has that cute boy next door look..

If only he were gay! Sexxxy.

Anonymous said...

It's terribly irritating; I am called Robert Clark and I wish I had pecs like that!