Jonathan Stark (actor)

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Jonathan Stark
Born (1952-02-16) February 16, 1952 (age 62)
Erie, Pennsylvania, U.S.

Gordon Johnston “Jonathan” Stark (born February 16, 1952) is an American television producer, screenwriter, and actor. He created—along with his writing partner, Tracy Newman—the sitcom According to Jim and won an Emmy for his co-writing on "The Puppy Episode" in which Ellen DeGeneres's character Ellen Morgan came out of the closet. He is best known for playing the vampire bodyguard and servant Billy Cole in Fright Night (1985) and Charlie in House II: The Second Story (1987). Jonathan and his wife Linda Keefer have been married since May 17, 1992. They have two children: Gracie (b. August 18, 1993) and Ruby (b. August 14, 1996).

Awards[edit]

  • 1997, Emmy, Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series, Ellen, "The Puppy Episode"
  • Nomination, 1998, WGA Award, Episodic Comedy, Ellen, "The Puppy Episode"

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