Tony Stark, "Avengers Assemble"
Tony Stark is arguably the best-loved character of the Marvel "Avengers" franchise. For those who can't wait years in between Avenger tales, however, there's the Disney XD series "Avengers Assemble." The Starks of Westeros may have some power, but nothing that compares to Iron Man.
Dr. Robert Stark, "Grey's Anatomy"
Not to be confused with Robb Stark on "Game of Thrones," Rob Stark was a recurring character on "Grey's Anatomy." Played by Peter MacNicol, Dr. Stark was a lazy pediatric surgeon that got on everyone's nerves.
Nathan Stark, "Eureka"
Somewhat inspired by Tony Stark, Nathan Stark is also something of a superscientist. Constantly bickering with Sherriff Carter, Nathan was a doomed character. Like Ned Stark on "Game of Thrones," Nathan Stark was also destined to die unjustly.
Sebastian Stark, "Shark"
This short-lived series starred James Woods as L.A. defense attorney Sebastian Stark. In much the same way that Ned Stark became disillusioned with his countrymen before his death, Sebastian also became disillusioned with his high-profile career.
Stark was a mysterious character who had the power to reduce pain in others. Like Arya Stark, this Stark was no stranger to hanging out with prisoners.
Dan Stark, "The Good Guys"
"The Good Guys" may have only lasted for a single reason, but Bradley Whitford was totally charming as Dan Stark. Boasting an epic moustache and an epic talent for drinking, Stark was the best part of this entire series.
Haley Stark, "V"
The 2009 remake of "V" featured Britt Irvin as Haley Stark. She worked at Prime Focus News, but she was undervalued there.
Eddie and Joy Stark, "'Til Death"
This sitcom starred Brad Garrett and Joely Fisher as Eddie and Joy Stark. Married for 23 years, these fictional Starks definitely have way more laughter in their life than the Starks on "Game of Thrones."
Don and Maggie Stark,"Supernatural"
Though this witchy couple only appeared on one episode of "Supernatural," they were definitely memorable. Don and Maggie were played by former "Buffy" stars James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter, a casting decision that delighted fans of the classic teen vampire drama.
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