Clark Moore Grew up in the border town of Laredo TX. As the son of a sporting goods store owner/rancher, he spent lots of his time outdoors . His parents recognized that he was drawn to the theatre and encouraged Clark's love of acting from an early age.

Clark regularly performed in community theatre in the small border town of Laredo. He appeared in over 20 productions playing the lead character in 7 plays and many other various parts by the time he went to college.

With a love of the arts Clark decided to deepen his knowledge of film and attended UT film school in Austin. He delved deeper into more serious works such as David Mamet's Speed the Plow and Shakespeare. He then started acting in front of the camera, which is where he found his true vocation. He appeared in 10 shorts, always playing a principle character and wrote/directed 4 others that were highly praised by his tutors.

Upon graduation Clark realized to pursue a career in front of the camera he would have to move to Los Angeles and find his place in Hollywood. He continued his studies with Hollywood's most renowned coaches studying advanced scene study at Ivanna Chubbucks studio and audition technique with Margie Haber. After putting in his due diligence his work began to pay off. Clark got accolades for his work with the Groundlings Improvisational Theatre, even being written in to a feature called Kaleidoscope as one of his well known characters he performed while attending.

Next he starred along side Thomas Calabro and James Russo in an H.P. Lovecraft adaptation "Chill" released by Lionsgate in which he played the frightful antagonist of this feature 'Tor' a terror of the night.

He has been working regularly ever since (listed on his resume). Most recently he played dim witted Peter Richards in the horror film "Visible Scars" starring alongside Tom Sizemore and the leading role of Ryko a psycho biker in the much anticipated new action/comedy web series Mac and Moreti.

Clarks versatile looks, going from corporate hot shot to road side all American outdoorsman has caught the eye of several directors and landed him roles that are perpetually moving his career forward.

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