Stan married actress Kristyn Green on Valentine's Day, 2009.
Stan opened his own acting school in 2008.
Stan provides the voice of Robot for Invincible, an animated series available for download from Xbox Live and the iTunes Music Store.
Stan made his directorial debut in 2004 with the short film Straight Eye: The Movie a spoof of the BRAVO series Queer Eye for the Straight Guy.
A movie Stan made a couple of years ago, Shallow Ground, premiered on the Sci-Fi channel on December 17, 2005.
Deep Rescue is out of post-production. The producers are hoping for theatrical release or a cable deal.
In 1992, Stan had the role of Carl on General Hospital.
Stan appeared as Axl in every episode of the children's show Riders in the Sky which featured the country/western group of the same name. The series was aired by CBS in the 1990s.
Stan spent part of his academic career at Duke University studying in Spain and South America.
Stan began his career at age 4 as a Campbell's soup kid.
The pilot for The Streets of Beverly Hills aired the same day principle shooting for Highlander: The Series began.
Stan majored in Political Science at Duke University and graduated magna cum laude.
As a high school student, Stan attended the 1985 Presidential Classroom in Washington, DC.
Stan has appeared in several tv movies including Please, God, I'm Only Seventeen, Home Song (opposite Lee Horsley) and The Sky's On Fire .
Two of Stan's recent works - Shallow Ground and Straight Eye: The Movie - were released on DVD in June, 2005.
Stan has worked on stage as well as in front of the camera. In Los Angeles, he had roles in A Month in the Country (Alexy), The Caine Mutiny Courtmartial (Lt. Keith) and TRIBUTE (Jud).
When not performing, Stan is a teacher and private acting coach.