|Date Joined:||September 25, 2009|
|Date Shut Down:||N/A|
|Schedule:||3 Videos Weekly|
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|“||If Mac & Cheese were a videogame, I'd be at the top of the leaderboard.||”|
Scott Robison ("Mr. Sark" or "Sark") Is a Youtube gameplay commentator. He started his professional career working on the popular gaming review show X-Play which ran on the G4TV network. After quitting his job at X-Play, Sark moved on to start working at Machinima primarily on their newest at the time channel Machinima Respawn. He was later joined by co-stars Hutch ("Shaun Hutchinson") and SeaNanners ("Adam Montoya")
During his time at Machinima, Sark served as a sort of father and mentor to the newly recruited Hutch and Seananners. While technically being considered their "boss" Sark was often taking part in or instigating the always interesting hijinks pulled around the Respawn office. Sark departed from Respawn in April of 2013 following his two good friends Nanners and Hutch who left in 2012. Sark stated that his decision to leave the company was not one made lightly but he felt it was his time to move on to new things and old projects. Sark stuck around and continued working on Respawn Inbox until June of 2013 when the series was canceled due to a decreasing view count. Mr. Sark now uploads videos to his personal channel Themrsark on Youtube.
While at Machinima Sark was host to many of the classic and still popular series on the channel such as Respawn Inbox and Radio Respawn. Inbox and the Respawn shows were hosted by himself and fellow co-stars SeaNanners and Hutch. While at Machinima Sark was sent to many different gaming conventions to review new and upcoming games for the company and their Youtube channel. Sark is usually seen in videos harassing people in the workplace or just generally being a goofy fun-loving gamer guy.
After quitting Machinima Sark stuck around to host Inbox with fellow Inbox host Aplfisher. The series continued on for a few months before being cancelled along with Radio Respawn for the series' decreasing view count. Sark now uploads gaming commentary with friends to his personal Channel on Youtube and can often be found messing around or just being his old lovable self. Some of the more popular games on Sark's channel include Prop Hunt, The Hidden, and Sniper Elite: Nazi Zombie Army II.
- "Mr. Sark" is a reference to the character "Sark" from the 1982 film, "Tron".
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Twitter - https://twitter.com/mr_sark
Facebook - https://www.facebook.com/MisterSark