Follows His Heart
Eric Starker '94 is an actor and singer in New York City. After high school, he attended Whitman College and then spent five years based in Seattle and three in San Francisco. He has been in New York for the past two years.
Eric has done a variety of things through the years, including some arts administration/management as well as working as a vocal coach and music director, but "performing is my passion and my career," states Eric. He is a member of Actor's Equity and SAG and has done a variety of regional theatre, commercials, independent film projects, industrials, improv, and other performing.
At Wilson Eric directed the senior play, the male version of The Odd Couple, was assistant director for The Tavern and Voice of the Prairie. He was Biondello in Taming of the Shrew, Scanlon in One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest, and appeared in South Pacific and Anything Goes.
Eric's drama teacher in high school, Julie Accuardi, is thrilled to hear about Eric. "He is an outstanding and multi talented artist," says Julie. "At Wilson Eric took on both the roles of actor and director. He was terrific on stage, with a great sense of comic timing. He is also a wonderful director. His production of The Odd Couple was hilarious, and his cast absolutely loved working with him. I have some photos of that crazy group of actors that I treasure."
Click her to find out more about Eric and to see/hear some examples of his work.
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