The guy set foot in the acting profession or career in the 1990s, coming into view in an episode of ' Xena' as a role of Mesas at 1995.
In 2001, Starr was cast in Mercy Peak as Todd Van der Velter, one of the no-good, white trash Van der Velter brothers.
It was a guest role that he had throughout the show’s three seasons.
He also received a role as the brother of long running character Waverley Wilson in the soap opera Shortland Street.
He appeared for several weeks as part of the write out of the Minnie Crozier character.
Starr did not like the fast pace of the show and thought his performances suffered because of it. Detectives and Street Legal as well as a brief stint in Serial Killers, the critically acclaimed comedy series that was penned by Outrageous Fortune co-creator James Griffin.
Since then, Starr's television credits have included a core cast role in kids' series Hard Out and guest roles in P. Playing twins Van and Jethro West won Starr the 2007 Air New Zealand Screen Award for Performance by an Actor, the award for Best Actor at the Qantas Television Awards and Best Actor at the Asian TV Awards in the same year.
Starr also played Australian film named "Wish You Were Here" in 2012, where he got him both Critics Circle of Australia (FCCA) Award and an Australian Film Institute (AACTA) Award.
Recently the guy is appeared in TV series "American Gothic" as Garrett Hawthorne.
The tweet made by the actor on his twitter added further speculation to the rumored fling.
However, he has cleared the rumor of Nina by stating her as a close friend.
Reports from the Wellington Daily News yesterday (August 11, 2017), suggest the actor best known for his roles in Outrageous Fortune or Banshee has secretly got hitched to his long-term relationship. (read more)Intimate Ceremony with Family and Friends There had already been speculation that the loved-up pair were set to announce their engagement but it sounds like they might have just jumped straight to wedded bliss!