That '70s Show was made up of an incredible cast, one being Don Stark who played the naive "Bob Pinciotti". Did you know he appeared in shows like NCIS and The Mindy Project additionally?
That '70s Show "Bob": The beginnings
If you need a refresher of That '70s Show, "Bob" was not only the father of "Donna" (Laura Prepon) but also the neighbor of the "Foreman's", who would definitely get on the nerves of patriarch "Red Foreman".
Before his start on the hit series, Don grew up in New York City and would later move to California. Born on July 5, 1954, Don eventually graduated from a high school in California and had a strong passion for martial arts, bodybuilding, and dancing. Of course, acting would become another interest for him, too.
Don first made small appearances in shows like General Hospital, The Streets of San Francisco, Police Story, and Quincy M.E. throughout the '60s and '70s. Later, he landed bigger television roles in Bless This House, Timecop, and Father of the Pride.
It was in 1998 where Don received the hilarious role of "Bob" in That '70s Show. He portrayed this groovy character all the way until the end of the series in 2006.
That '70s Show "Bob": This Is Don Stark Today
Today, Don Stark is still out and about acting! While he starred in many smaller roles after his '70s Show success, he had a main role from 2013-18 in the drama series Hit the Floor.
Don also had appeared in the Oscar-winning Green Book in 2018, and the 2019 comedy 7 Days to Vegas. It's also rumored that he'll be in another film called Angel Investor, according to IMDB. We'll have to wait and see what's next for That '70s Show's "Bob"!