Philip Stark

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Philip Stark
Born Houston, Texas, U.S.
Occupation Writer, producer
Partner(s) Don Starck

Philip Stark is an American television and film screenwriter. A native of Houston, Texas, Stark graduated with a degree in Radio-Television-Film (RTF) from The University of Texas at Austin in 1995.[1]

He is best known for his film Dude, Where's My Car? from 2000, and he wrote the script for a sequel, Seriously Dude, Where's My Car, which did not make it into production. Prior to this, he was a writer and script editor for That '70s Show and he has also written for South Park.

In 2000, along with his friend, animator Graham Robertson, Stark created the online cartoon parody of the Budweiser "Whassup?" commercial featuring clips from the Superfriends.[2] [3][4]

Since June 2003, Stark has been working on the script for video-game comedy Rad Brad, Modern Warrior for New Line Cinema with Jack Black attached as a producer and possible lead.[5]


  1. ^ "Production notes, Dude, Where's My Car?". Retrieved 2007-02-23. 
  2. ^ " Announces Winners of the First Annual Alternative Media Festival". (republished by February 8, 2001. Retrieved 2007-02-23. Graham Robertson and Philip Stark, co-creators of the popular "Wassup/Budweiser/Superfriends" parody on the internet, are currently working on an animated series "Galaxy Defenders." 
  3. ^ Robischon, Noah (2001-02-22). "10 Best Internet for 2000". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2006-06-23. 
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  5. ^ "Jack Black to Play Video-game Hero". 2003-06-06. Retrieved 2007-02-23. Original at Hollywood Reporter 

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