|Born||Houston, Texas, U.S.|
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.
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.
- "Production notes, Dude, Where's My Car?". Cinema.com. Retrieved 2007-02-23.
- "alt.SHO.com Announces Winners of the First Annual Alternative Media Festival". alt.SHO.com. Yahoo.com (republished by illclan.com). 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."
- Robischon, Noah (2001-02-22). "10 Best Internet for 2000". Entertainment Weekly. Retrieved 2006-06-23.
- "Jack Black to Play Video-game Hero". ContactMusic.com. 2003-06-06. Retrieved 2007-02-23.
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