|Died||1985 (caused by suicide)|
|Also known as|| Stan (by the Losers),
Stan the Man (by Bill Denbrough and Richie Tozier), Stanny (by Beverly Marsh), Stanley Boy (by Pennywise)
|Family members|| Donald Uris (father)|
Andrea Uris (mother)
Patty Blum (wife)
|Home||Derry, Maine (1960)|
|Loyalty||The Losers' Club|
|Portrayed by|| Ben Heller (Child)|
Richard Masur (Adult)
Stan Uris was a member of the The Losers' Club in Stephen King's novel, It. He was good friends with Bill Denbrough, Ben Hanscom, Richie Tozier, Eddie Kaspbrak, Mike Hanlon and Beverly Marsh. He later becomes a partner in a large Atlanta-based accounting firm. When he received the call from Mike Hanlon in 1985 that It had stirred once more from its slumber, Stan committed suicide by slitting his wrists while laying in his bathtub rather than return to Derry, Maine to face It.
Among the Losers Club, Stan was the skeptical Jewish member of the group (He does, however, admit that his family take a relaxed approach to their faith, rather than practicing it devoutly). As a kid, his main hobby was birdwatching. Sharp logic and order are deeply ingrained in his psyche and because of this, he is the least willing to accept that It actually exists, and relies on logic more than anything else. Stan, much like Mike, is racially persecuted by Henry (like one time when Stan was in the third grade, Henry the fifth, Henry whitewashed Stan's face in snow until it bled).
The Blood OathEdit
The Oath BreaksEdit
- 11/22/63 (mentioned)