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  • Ryder has always spent his life in Quinn's shadow. Now, finally freed from his father's manipulative mind games, he's thrived as the new Baron. But when the Widow threatens his territory, personal conflicts come to a boiling point.

  • Oliver Stark is steadily becoming one of Britain's most exciting actors to watch and has amassed a body of work that encompasses both television and film.

    Audiences can next see Stark in Underworld: Blood Wars alongside Kate Beckinsale and Theo James in January 2017. In addition, Stark will star in the high-octane thriller Mindgamers opposite Sam Neill set for release in 2017.

    Stark began his career at a young age attending the North London Performing Arts Centre and honed his craft by appearing in short films and performing in various theatre productions across London. Stark performed in theatricals such as Dirty Promises at Theatre Royal Stratford and in Seconds at the Pleasance Theatre. Critics hailed his performance as "Eden" in the Fifth Dimension Theatre Company's Fatal Excuses as "phenomenal" and "breathtaking."

    Stark made his first appearance for British Television on the BAFTA award-winning BBC series Casualty. Two years later, he followed up with roles on the Golden Globe and Emmy-winning series Luther opposite Idris Elba, as well as in NBC's Dracula alongside Jonathan Rhys Meyers, and Comedy Central's Big Bad World. That same year Stark starred in the fantasy feature film, The Adventurer: The Curse of the Midas Box opposite Lena Headey and Michael Sheen. He also appeared in the British film Montana with Michelle Fairley and Lars Mikkelsen, and the co-lead role in the gritty independent drama Hard Tide.

    Stark currently splits his time between London and Los Angeles.