Stephen Tobolowsky Net Worth

Stephen Tobolowsky Net Worth 2023: Wiki Biography, Married, Family, Measurements, Height, Salary, Relationships

Stephen Tobolowsky net worth is
$1.5 Million

Stephen Tobolowsky Wiki Biography

Stephen Harold Tobolowsky was born on 30 May 1951, in Dallas, Texas USA, of Jewish descent. He is an actor, author and musician, but probably best known for his varied roles in the films “Groundhog Day”, “Memento”, “Sneakers”, “Freaky Friday”, “Garfield” and “Wild Hogs”, and in the television series “Deadwood”, “Heroes”, “Glee”, “Californication” and “Silicon Valley”.

A noted actor, how wealthy is Stephen Tobolowsky? Sources state that Tobolowsky has acquired a wealth of over $1.5 million, as of mid-2017, collected through his involvement in the entertainment industry.

Stephen Tobolowsky Net Worth $1.5 million

Tobolowsky grew up in Dallas, along with his brother. There he matriculated from Justin F. Kimball High School, and attended Southern Methodist University.

His acting career started in the ’70s, working primarily in theater, and aside from acting, he also wrote and directed several plays, such as “Two Idiots in Hollywood”, which later spawned the same-titled film in which he served as director.

The ’80s saw Tobolowsky landing several film roles, such as in “The Philadelphia Experiment”, “Breaking In” and “Great Balls of Fire!”, as well as numerous television guest appearances. His popularity grew and his wealth began to increase.

His film career really took off during the ’90s, and he went on to land roles in around 40 films by the end of the decade, establishing a great reputation in the acting world. His most notable parts of this time were in “Bird on a Wire”, “Basic Instinct”, “Groundhog Day”, “Radioland Murders”, “Mr. Magoo” and “The Insider”, to name a few. Aside from reinforcing his popularity and showing his great acting skills, these big screen projects greatly increased his fortune as well. The ’90s also saw Tobolowsky being extremely busy with small screen projects, making many TV guest appearances and appearing in several TV films, as well as landing recurring roles in series like “Against the Grain”, “Blue Skies”, “Dweebs” and “Mr. Rhodes”, further expanding his net worth.

Work continued to flow in steadily for Tobolowsky in the 2000s as well. He cemented his reputation as a true star by playing the role of the amnesiac Sammy Jankis in the neo-noir psychological thriller “Memento”, Werner Brandes in “Sneakers”, Mr. Bates in the teen fantasy-comedy film “Freaky Friday”, Happy Chapman in the comedy “Garfield” and Charley in the biker comedy “Wild Hogs”. His extensive television work during this time included the recurring part of Hugo Jarry in “Deadwood”, Bob Bishop in “Heroes” and Sandy Ryerson in “Glee”; his net worth became quite healthy!

From 2011 to 2014 Tobolowsky played Stu Beggs in the popular series “Californication”, and then portrayed Principal Ball in the series “The Goldbergs” from 2014 to 2017. All contributed to his wealth.

As of 2016 Tobolowsky has played Jack Barker in the comedy series “Sillicon Valley”, and since 2017 he has portrayed Dr. Berkowitz in the sitcom “One Day at a Time”. As for films, he is currently involved in several projects, including “Strange Nature” and “Monsters at Large”, set to be released in 2017.

Aside from acting, Tobolowsky has earned money by being the creator of the documentary films “Stephen Tobolowsky’s Birthday Party” and “The Primary Instinct”. He has also co-written the film “True Stories”.

In addition, he has run a monthly audio podcast called “The Tobolowsky Files”, containing his autobiographical stories, which he has also turned into books called “The Dangerous Animals Club” and “Cautionary Tales”, further improving his popularity status and his net worth as well. He also has a weekly podcast called “Big Problems – An Advice Podcast”.

Tobolowsky’s career, which has included over 200 films and television shows, writing screenplays, directing, as well as running podcasts and writing books, has enabled him to reach stardom. Being involved in such diverse projects has also enabled him to amass a sizable fortune.

Speaking about his personal life, Tobolowsky has been married to actress Ann Hearn since 1988. They have two children together.

Full NameCharles Brandes
Net Worth$1.5 Million
Date Of BirthMay 30, 1951
Place Of BirthDallas, Texas, United States
Height6 ft 2 in (1.88 m)
ProfessionActor, Playwright, Theatre Director, Film director, Voice Actor, Screenwriter
EducationJustin F. Kimball High School, University of Illinois at Urbana–Champaign, Southern Methodist University
SpouseAnn Hearn
ParentsDave Tobolowsky, June Tobolowsky
NicknamesStephen Harold Tobolowsky , Steven Tobolowsky , Stephen Tobolowski
NominationsTony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play, Outer Critics Circle Award for Outstanding Featured Actor in a Play
MoviesGroundhog Day, Memento, Garfield: The Movie, Freaky Friday, Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party, Thelma & Louise, Mississippi Burning, Basic Instinct, Bird on a Wire, The Insider, Mr. Peabody & Sherman, Wild Hogs, The Primary Instinct, The Time Traveler's Wife, True Stories, Radioland Murders, The C...
TV ShowsCalifornication, Heroes, Deadwood, Manhattan, AZ, Mr. Rhodes, Dweebs, Blue Skies, Against the Grain, The Mindy Project, One Day at a Time, A Whole New Ballgame, American Men
1Often plays egomaniacal characters
2He usually plays annoying business men-types that the heroes or villains loathe to deal with.
1[2011] The most difficult role I've ever had, but one of the most rewarding, was Memento (2000). I'll mention that because we had no lines in the script, and Chris [Christopher Nolan, writer-director] wanted us to improvise our part. I was playing someone with amnesia, which means you can't remember what you're doing, and Chris was going to cover it from different angles. So part of my brain had to remember what it was doing, and another part had to not remember what I was doing. And that was certainly the most difficult thing that I'd ever done. So that film was the most difficult, and in terms of script to stage, one of the most successful, in that when I read the script, I thought, "This could be the greatest scripts I've ever read", and when I saw the film, I thought, "This is an absolutely amazing film, and it lives up to the promises of the script". Ninety percent of the time, the final product of the film falls somewhat short of your reading of the script. And a few... Groundhog Day (1993) was an example of a script where I read it and the process and shooting of the film was superior to the original script. But "Memento" started off as a brilliant piece of writing, and ended up as a brilliant movie.
2[2011, on working with Steven Seagal on The Glimmer Man (1996)] So I show up at Steven's home on Stone Canyon Road. My audition was at 10 a.m. And I sat in his living room, which was filled with saddles. Saddles. All over the place. Like, ornate saddles. And I waited until 12:30. Steven came downstairs. He had been asleep. And at that point, I was kind of... What do you call it? You know, when waiting to do an audition, you develop a certain amount of stress. Like athletes who build up lactic acid in their body. At that time, I was still with lactic acid. Or whatever. My body became a toxic-waste dump. So I really don't remember the audition too much, because I was so traumatized-there's the trauma - I was traumatized by waiting to audition. They wanted me to shoot one of the first days of shooting. They called me at 7 in the morning, which I'm used to, but the crew call was 9. So I came in two hours early. The reason they wanted me two hours early was that they wanted to discuss hair with the hairdresser. But because I was bald, the hairdresser didn't come in, so I was stuck waiting in the parking lot for someone to show up for two hours. When, finally, people showed up, John Gray came in and told me in a panic that Steven Seagal wanted to rewrite the script. He decided it was bad for his karma to constantly be killing people in movies, so he didn't want to kill me, anymore. And I said, "Well, it's important in the script that he kills me, because I'm, like, a serial killer". And he said, "Don't get into it with him. He believes it hurts his karmic development if he were to kill people". And Warner Brothers is furious, because they told Steven, "Steven, we hired you because you're good at killing people. And you know, you dance with who brought you. We're not casting you to do a peace-loving cop, we're casting you to murder people". So, we got in to rehearse our scene, and Steven says, "You wanna go over the lines?" And I go, "Sure". "By the way, I should mention I think we should change the end, because I shouldn't kill you". And John Gray is standing behind us doing the ix-nay sign, with his finger going across his throat, like, "Don't talk, don't talk, don't talk. Don't say anything". I said, "Steven, that is an amazing argument. I never really thought of that before. But coming from my character's perspective, I am trapped in hell, being a serial killer. It is the worst thing that I could imagine. So if you were to kill me, you would actually be freeing me to come back in a reincarnational form as something better, and I would be able to atone for my sins here on Earth. So I think you would be doing me a huge favor". And Steven said, "I never thought of it that way". So we shot the scene where he shoots me. We put in the prosthetics where my whole chest explodes when he shoots me, and then he walks up with the gun smoking, and looks down at me. We do this whole scene where I hold a priest hostage. He looks down at me, smoking, and John patted me on the back, and he said, "Thank you, Stephen, for getting us out of that one". Fade out. Fade in. Two and a half months later, I get a phone call from John Gray. He said, "Oh, dear. We're in trouble. Steven Seagal started ad-libbing in another scene about, "Thank God I didn't kill the guy in the church". So we have to find some way to add some lines to indicate that you're not dead. So can you come in and look at the scene and see if we can put something into the film to indicate that you are still alive?" So I'm watching the film. Keenen Ivory Wayans walks in to watch the scene. We do the whole scene where I'm holding the priest, Steven shoots me, my chest explodes in slow-motion! I mean, the entire chest cavity goes! I fall out of frame, Steven walks up with the smoking gun. And John Gray said, "Maybe you can add a line off-camera here". And I said, "Like what? What would I add? Like, 'You missed me!' or, 'Thank God it's just a flesh wound', or 'Oh no! I'm injured!'" I mean, my whole chest exploded. Keenen Ivory Wayans just rolls his eyes and walks out of the room. So I added, off-camera, "Finish me. Finish me off, you son of a bitch! Finish me!" It's ludicrous! And I don't know what they ended up showing. I don't know if they ended up cutting that entirely, cutting me getting shot, cutting what I said, but I knew we were in the area of high comedy at that point.
3[2011, on Where the Day Takes You (1991)] My first pedophilic role. First of many, with Balthazar Getty. I worked with dear [director] Mark Rocco, who also has passed away now, way too young. And he also cast me later in Murder in the First (1995), another crime of opportunity, because Oliver Stone didn't show up to do a stunt-casting role they had had for him in the movie, "Murder in the First". So Mark called me up that morning and said, "Can you get to the studio and play Oliver Stone's part? We shoot it today". So, I ran over there and tried to learn the lines, and shot what we did that day. "Where the Day Takes You" was unusual, because I remember I told Mark, "Well, you know, I play the piano some. What if I do a scene, with Balthazar Getty, where I kind of play the piano and do the scene talking to him?" not knowing the hell I just volunteered myself for, of having to do the scene from many different angles, playing the piano and having it land at the same time. Mark was a pretty inventive filmmaker, and he got around it somehow, because I certainly wasn't good enough to act and play the piano exactly the same way in every shot. So Mark cut around that and made it work, and I think it is a great scene in the movie. That's one of those "Where are They Now?" films. We had Ricki Lake before she had her talk show, and we had Sean Astin there, before he went off to New Zealand. Also Balthazar Getty. It was a phenomenal cast...Will Smith was in the movie. I think it was his first film. When he was a rapper. It was splendid cinematography for that film. We did the entire film for $2 million. It was far richer and more troubling... I mean, it's a very worthwhile movie. And again, it makes me think of poor Mark Rocco. Way too young. Way too young, my goodness.
4[2011, on landing Basic Instinct (1992)] I had auditioned for Paul Verhoeven three months before to play some different part in the movie. And Howard Feuer, the casting director who did Groundhog Day (1993) and cast me in In Country (1989). He was also the casting director of Basic Instinct (1992). Again, in terms of a crime of opportunity, Howard Feuer called me up at home and said, "Stephen, are you a fast study?" and I said, "I think so", and he said, "Well, we have this part that shoots tomorrow, and we have no one to play it. Mr. Verhoeven liked your original audition three months ago for some other part, and said it would be okay if you could play it. Can you come in and read this part for Paul Verhoeven, again, and see if he okays it?" So I drove over to the studio, and they threw the part at me, and it was a huge kind of expository speech, and whenever I get those things, I try to channel Robert Duvall, because he is the greatest expository actor that ever could be. I don't know how he's done it. He's done it for years, where he gets all of the speeches where he kind of explains to "Michael Corleone" about how the laws work and everything like this, and it's fascinating. And this was a speech that said basically nothing, as I recall. I think I say that the principal, Sharon Stone, was either a murderer pretending to be crazy, or that she was crazy pretending to be a murderer. The speech didn't make a ton of sense, but I think that's what it was, and I tried to channel Mr. Duvall. I don't remember a lot about that film. Except I was doing another film, and that was one of the few times I did two films in the same week. I did that movie on Monday, and then on Wednesday, I did Where the Day Takes You (1991).
5[2011] Swing Shift (1984) was the first movie where I had a make-up person start to draw in hair on my head because I looked too bald. I had no idea what she was doing, and she said, "Honey, I can see your skull". And that's when it dawned on me that I was going to end up being one of those bald character actors. But that was the first film where they started drawing hair. They still thought it was worth the effort to draw in the hair.
6The very best character actors are made of equal parts discipline and madness, and the fact that our faces are more familiar than our names is not our curse, but our blessing. The character actor's goal, after all, is not to earn the adulation of the public; it is to give lives to a hundred nameless spirits who make us laugh or cry, who are both familiar and new, who show us that their journey is our journey, and who, like everyone in the audience, never get to kiss Renée Zellweger.
7My first day on Groundhog Day (1993), Bill Murray shook hands with me and said, "Hello, nice to meet you - now show me what you're going to do". I jumped into a few enormously energetic moments of "Ned Ryerson" and Bill held up his hand. "Fine, fine, you can do that", he said. "It's funny". Bill walked away. I then asked the director, Harold Ramis, if I should play "Ned" a little more down to earth. Harold laughed and said: "No. Bill is the lead. He's the stew. When you are a supporting character, you are the spice in the stew. Have fun".
8There was a part on still hurts to talk about it. I flew to New York on my own dime. I had no career. But there was this part. I knew the playwright. He told me the role was perfect for me. I worked on the audition like crazy...I went in and killed on the audition. It was great. I got congrats from a lot of people. I was told I would be called back for final auditions in three weeks. I said I would be there. It meant me buying another plane ticket but I believed in myself and the play. I worked on the part for the next three weeks...then four weeks...then phone call. Finally someone saw me with the script and asked what I was doing. I explained with some pride that I was going back to New York for a final call back on a Broadway show. She broke the news to me that the show had been in rehearsal for the last two weeks...ouch. I guess if I didn't run into that girl I would still be working on that audition! [on losing an important role]
1Has a form of ESP he calls "hearing tones". While working with David Byrne on his film "True Stories", he told Byrne about his gift, who was inspired to write the song "Radio Head" about him. The band Radiohead took its name from this song.
2Inducted into the Texas Film Hall of Fame on March 7, 2013 in Austin, Texas.
3Played two characters with the last name "Ryerson". "Ned Ryerson" in Groundhog Day (1993) (movie) and "Sandy Ryerson" in Glee (2009) (TV).
4Very good friends with cinematographer/director Robert Brinkmann.
5Broke his neck in five places while horseback riding in Iceland underneath an active volcano after the wind picked he and the horse up off the ground and blew them off the road. He was required to wear a neck brace for three and a half months and maintains that the experience has taught him to cherish every day.
6His aunt was the head librarian at Ben Franklin Junior High School in Dallas (now Hillcrest High School) for many years.
7To develop a plotline for the 1986 film True Stories (1986) he and rocker David Byrne once stared wordlessly for two hours at Byrne's wall. On the wall were hundreds of pencil drawings of ideas for the film by Byrne. That very night, he wrote a thirty-page treatment for the film and was soon hired as a writer.
8Was the lead singer in the first band formed by guitar legend Stevie Ray Vaughan. They went to school together in Dallas. Not true. Please change to: In 1970, Tobolowsky recorded two songs on an album of Dallas garage bands called "A New Hi." Stevie Ray Vaughan played lead guitar with them. It was Stevie's first studio recording.
9His name is pronounced tow-buh-law-skee.
10Edwin Tobolowsky is his third cousin.
11Was nominated for a Tony award in 2002 as Best Featured Actor in a Play for his role in the revival of "Morning's At Seven".
12One of the actor's heroes is his late aunt, 'Hermine Tobolowsky', known as the "mother of the Texas Equal Rights Amendment".
13Surfing channels in Vancouver recently, he watched himself getting older and balder in old episodes of Seinfeld (1989), the film Thelma & Louise (1991) and the made-for-TV movie The Marla Hanson Story (1991).
14Was almost murdered twice in one week in Hartford, Connecticut by different people. As he admitted, "That's unusual." The first instance occurred when he was in a pub with Beth Henley. After a brawl with a man who was attacking Henley, he was held at gunpoint at the pub. Later that week, when he and Henley went to a pizza parlor next to the pub, where he was stabbed. Fortunately, the knife only partly penetrated his belt buckle.
15Once held hostage at gunpoint at a supermarket in Snyder Plaza in Dallas.
16Attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas, with actress Patricia Richardson and playwright Beth Henley during late 1960s and early 1970s.
17Turned down the role of Al on Home Improvement (1991).
18Attended Kimball High School. High School Debate champ.
19He played Principal Flutie in the unaired Buffy the Vampire Slayer (1997) pilot episode.


Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place1999TV SeriesFather Viteri
The Insider1999Eric Kluster
That '70s Show1999TV SeriesThe Professor
Don't Look Under the Bed1999TV MovieMichael McCausland
One Man's Hero1999Captain Gaine
The Practice1999TV SeriesClyde Burrows
Mad About You1999TV SeriesPrincipal Hocksacker
Vengeance Unlimited1998TV SeriesMayor Bob Laird
Suddenly Susan1998TV SeriesDr. Gerken
The Jungle Book: Mowgli's Story1998VideoTabaqui (voice)
Around the Fire1998Doc
Hercules1998TV SeriesNumericles
The Brave Little Toaster Goes to Mars1998VideoCalculator (voice, as Stephen Tobolowski)
Black Dog1998McClaren
Life with Louie1997-1998TV Series
The Closer1998TV SeriesPhil
The Curse of Inferno1997Lonnie Martin
Mr. Magoo1997Agent Chuck Stupak
The Drew Carey Show1997TV SeriesCouncilman
Promised Land1997TV SeriesFred Argyle
An Alan Smithee Film: Burn Hollywood Burn1997Bill Bardo
Murder One1997TV SeriesDr. Andross
The Naked Truth1997TV SeriesVincent Hartford
Mr. Rhodes1996-1997TV SeriesRay Heary
Boys Life 21997Father John (segment "Trevor")
Night Visitors1996TV MovieTaylor
The Glimmer Man1996Christopher Maynard
Buffy the Vampire Slayer1996TV SeriesPrincipal Flutie
The Pretender1996TV SeriesDr. Alan Trader
Power 981996Rick Harris
Homeward Bound II: Lost in San Francisco1996Bando (voice)
The Home Court1996TV SeriesJeffrey Solomon
Dr. Jekyll and Ms. Hyde1995Oliver Mintz
Chicago Hope1995TV SeriesDr. Ted Joseph
Murder in the First1995Mr. Henkin
A Whole New Ballgame1995TV SeriesDr. Warner Brakefield
Dweebs1995TV SeriesKarl
Blue Skies1994TV SeriesOak
Radioland Murders1994Max Applewhite
Harts of the West1994TV SeriesDave's former boss
My Father the Hero1994Mike
Trevor1994ShortFather Jon
Against the Grain1993TV SeriesNiles Hardeman
Cafe Americain1993TV SeriesRoger
Josh and S.A.M.1993Thom Whitney
Romeo Is Bleeding1993District Attorney (uncredited)
Calendar Girl1993Antonio Gallo
When Love Kills: The Seduction of John Hearn1993TV MovieDet. Keefe
The Pickle1993Mike Krakower
Civil Wars1993TV SeriesEugene Paxton
Picket Fences1993TV SeriesBen Sasha
Groundhog Day1993Ned
Sneakers1992Dr. Werner Brandes
Single White Female1992Mitchell Myerson
Roadside Prophets1992Ranger Bob
Basic Instinct1992Dr. Lamott
Memoirs of an Invisible Man1992Warren Singleton
Where the Day Takes You1991Charles
Deadly Medicine1991TV MovieRon Sutton
To the Moon, Alice1991ShortSitcom Producer
Thelma & Louise1991Max
Wedlock1991Warden Holliday
Seinfeld1991TV SeriesTor
Shannon's Deal1991TV SeriesBaker
Baby Talk1991TV SeriesDr. Ezra Farr
Down Home1991TV SeriesHonis
Tagget1991TV MovieAl Hentz
Perry Mason: The Case of the Maligned Mobster1991TV MovieSergeant Phil Baranski
The Marla Hanson Story1991TV MovieDefense Attorney
Lifestories1990TV SeriesJosh Gant
Mirror Mirror1990Mr. Anderson
Welcome Home, Roxy Carmichael1990Mayor Bill Klepler (as Stephen Tobolowski)
Funny About Love1990Hugo
The Grifters1990Jeweler
Last Flight Out1990TV MovieDoctor Timothy Brandon
Bird on a Wire1990Joe Weyburn
L.A. Law1989TV SeriesDr. Michael Segal
In Country1989Pete
Breaking In1989District Attorney
Great Balls of Fire!1989Jud Phillips
Roe vs. Wade1989TV MovieDarryl Horwath
Checking Out1989Pharmacist
Mississippi Burning1988Clayton Townley
Two Idiots in Hollywood1988Prosecuting Attorney
Spaceballs1987Captain of the Guard
The Days and Nights of Molly Dodd1987TV SeriesAlex
Designing Women1986TV SeriesBoyd
Nobody's Fool1986Kirk
2271986TV SeriesProfessor
Stir Crazy1985TV SeriesSalesman
Cagney & Lacey1985TV SeriesRussell Phelps
Falcon Crest1985TV SeriesDoctor
Knots Landing1985TV SeriesSteve Comiskey
Alice1985TV SeriesCaveman Carl
The Philadelphia Experiment1984Barney
Swing Shift1984French deMille / Documentary Narrator
Cocaine and Blue Eyes1983TV MovieTV Clerk
Keep My Grave Open1977Robert
Monsters at Large2017completedMr. Phillips
Strange Nature2017post-productionMayor Paulson
Fifty Minutes2016/IShort post-productionDr. Bell
Loners2016post-productionMr. Tessman
The Loss of Lillian2016Short completedDr. Taylor
White FamousTV Movie pre-production
Justice League Action2016-2017TV SeriesProfessor Martin Stein Non
One Day at a Time2017TV SeriesDr. Leslie Berkowitz
Mamaboy2016Reverend Weld
The Goldbergs2014-2016TV SeriesPrincipal Ball
Blunt Talk2016TV SeriesDaniel Rudolph
6 Love Stories2016Professor John Dobler
Silicon Valley2016TV SeriesJack Barker
Welcome to the Men's Group2016Carl
The Confirmation2016Father Lyons
Fuller House2016TV SeriesMr. Gerald
The Mindy Project2012-2015TV SeriesMarc Shulman
Dr. Ken2015TV SeriesJoe
Another Period2015TV SeriesThomas Edison
Hollywood Adventures2015Wronald Wright
Big Time in Hollywood, FL2015TV SeriesAlan
Guys and Girls Can't Be Friends2014Andy
Hello Ladies2014TV SeriesAlan
Christian Mingle2014Douglas 'The Admiral' McCarver
The Barber2014/IIChief Gary Hardaway
Atlas Shrugged: Who Is John Galt?2014Dr. Hugh Akston
The Hotwives of Orlando2014TV SeriesPhil
Californication2011-2014TV SeriesStu Beggs
Next Time on Lonny2014TV SeriesDr. Grant
Batman: Arkham Origins - Cold, Cold Heart2014Video GameFerris Boyle (voice)
Friends with Better Lives2014TV SeriesDr. Adleman
Mr. Peabody & Sherman2014Principal Purdy (voice)
Batman: Arkham Origins2013Video GameMobsters Joker Thugs (voice)
Toy Story of Terror2013TV ShortRon the Manager (voice)
Justified2012-2013TV SeriesFBI Agent Jerry Barkley
The Flipside2013TV Series shortJames
A Little Something on the Side2012ShortLarry
Pearblossom Hwy2012Rick Lawler
IM Nowruz2012ShortInterviewer
The Lorax2012Uncle Ubb (voice)
Work It2012TV SeriesDr. David Deutsch
Hail Mary2011TV Movie
Pound Puppies2011TV SeriesMr. Geekman
Glee2009-2011TV SeriesSandy Ryerson
Community2011TV SeriesProfessor Peter Sheffield
You May Not Kiss the Bride2011Plumber
The Defenders2011TV SeriesJudge Gelineau
The Last Ride2011Ray
Hard Breakers2010Max
Law & Order: Special Victims Unit2010TV SeriesEdwin Adelson
Peep World2010Ephraim
True Jackson, VP2010TV SeriesLars Balthazar
The Sarah Silverman Program.2010TV SeriesBill Fantastimart
Buried2010Alan Davenport (voice)
Clara's Carma2010ShortDr. Simmons
Glee: Director's Cut Pilot Episode2009TV MovieSandy Ryerson
The Time Traveler's Wife2009Dr. Kendrick
The New Adventures of Old Christine2009TV SeriesPrincipal James Merrow
Rita Rocks2009TV SeriesBill Bowman
He Likes Guys2009Alan (segment "Waiting for Yvette")
Beethoven's Big Break2008VideoSal
Heroes2007-2008TV SeriesBob Bishop
The Rainbow Tribe2008Principal Sands
Waiting for Yvette2008ShortAlan
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation2008TV SeriesSpencer Freiberg
John from Cincinnati2007TV SeriesMark Lewinsky
Entourage2007TV SeriesMayor of Beverly Hills
Loveless in Los Angeles2007Jon
Boxboarders!2007Dr. Stephen James
Totally Baked2007Jesco Rollins (Segment "American Farmer")
Raines2007TV SeriesWally Anderson
Wild Hogs2007Charley
Boston Legal2007TV SeriesDr. Alvin Azinabinacroft
Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip2007TV SeriesJoe
Big Day2006-2007TV SeriesThe Garf
The Valley of Light2007TV MovieLittlefield
American Men2006TV MovieSterling Moss
Deadwood2005-2006TV SeriesHugo Jarry
Blind Dating2006Dr. Perkins
Desperate Housewives2006TV SeriesBud Penrod
Pope Dreams2006Carl Venable
Love Hollywood Style2006Marty Greenbaum / Devil
Failure to Launch2006Bud
Night Stalker2006TV SeriesTitus Berry
Ghost Whisperer2006TV SeriesDr. Edward
The Sasquatch Gang2006Dalrymple
Curb Your Enthusiasm2005TV SeriesLen Dunkel
Reba2005TV SeriesJudge
Living 'til the End2005Dr. Shaw
The Importance of Blind Dating2005ShortPatrick
The Closer2005TV SeriesJames Bloom
McBride: The Doctor Is Out... Really Out2005TV MovieHarry Evers
CSI: Miami2003-2005TV SeriesAssistant State Attorney Don Haffman
Miss Congeniality 2: Armed and Fabulous2005Tom Abernathy
Robots2005Bigmouth Executive / Forge (voice)
American Dragon: Jake Long2005TV SeriesTroll
Complete Savages2004TV SeriesMr. Frehley
Will & Grace2004TV SeriesNed Weathers
Debating Robert Lee2004Debate Judge
Little Black Book2004Carl
Garfield2004Happy Chapman
According to Jim2004TV SeriesDr. Ted
It's All Relative2004TV SeriesRoy
Married to the Kellys2004TV SeriesHenry Conway
Win a Date with Tad Hamilton!2004George Ruddy
The West Wing2004TV SeriesDr. Max Milkman
Las Vegas2003TV SeriesDonny Rollins
Frankie and Johnny Are Married2003Murray Mintz
Freaky Friday2003Mr. Bates
The Dead Zone2003TV SeriesDr. Jim Pratt
Oliver Beene2003TV SeriesRingmaster Bob
View from the Top2003Frank Thomas (uncredited)
Lloyd in Space2003TV Series
Kingpin2003TV Mini-SeriesDr. Klein's lawyer
National Security2003Billy Narthax
Twins2003TV Movie
Adaptation.2002Ranger Steve Neely (scenes deleted)
Do Over2002TV SeriesMr. Meyers
Law & Order: Criminal Intent2002TV SeriesJim Halliwell
Ritual2002Dr. Javitz (uncredited)
The Country Bears2002Norbert Barrington
Par 62002T.T. Riley
Malcolm in the Middle2002TV SeriesMr. Fisher
Love Liza2002Tom Bailey
The Gene Pool2001TV MovieWalter Westfield
Off Centre2001TV SeriesMilt Flack
The Day the World Ended2001TV MoviePrincipal Ed Turner
Roswell2001TV SeriesJulius Walters
Dead Last2001TV SeriesGhost Doctor
It Is What It Is2001/IDr. Martin Ullberg
Black River2001TV MovieMayor Tom Thompson
On the Edge2001TV MovieTom (wraparound segments)
Freddy Got Fingered2001Uncle Neil (uncredited)
The Lone Gunmen2001TV SeriesAdam Burgess
King of the Hill2001TV SeriesDr. Benson / Burt Halverstrom
Bull2001TV SeriesMr. Siegel
Urban Chaos Theory2000ShortThe Husband
Sleep Easy, Hutch Rimes2000Dewey Wise
Buzz Lightyear of Star Command2000TV SeriesGil
That's Life2000TV SeriesStudy Advisor Roger Robinson
Memento2000Sammy Jankis
The Prime Gig2000Mick
Hollywood Off-Ramp2000TV Series
Stanley's Gig2000Abe Cohen
Alien Fury: Countdown to Invasion2000TV MovieB.J. McQueen
Any Day Now1998-2000TV SeriesMr. Brinkman
The Operator2000Doc
Bossa Nova2000Trevor
Manhattan, AZ2000TV SeriesDr. Bob
Snoops1999TV SeriesMichael Bench
Odd Man Out1999TV SeriesAlan Carlson


The Primary Instinct2015Documentary writer
Two Idiots in Hollywood1988play / screenplay
True Stories1986


Glee2009-2010TV Series performer - 3 episodes
Glee: Director's Cut Pilot Episode2009TV Movie performer: "Where is Love?" - uncredited


A Little Something on the Side2012Short
A Host of Trouble2005Short
Two Idiots in Hollywood1988


Two Idiots in Hollywood1988


The Primary Instinct2015Documentary executive producer


Bloodfist II1990advisor


Lake Los Angeles2014special thanks
Say It Ain't Solo2012Short special thanks
Starz Inside: The Face Is Familiar2009TV Movie documentary special thanks
Groundhog Day: The Weight of Time2002Video documentary short special thanks
Tadpole2000special thanks


The 2nd Annual Carney Awards2016TV MovieHimself - Winner
Where Is Rocky II?2016DocumentaryByron (segment: "Monument One")
The Primary Instinct2015DocumentaryHimself
Home & Family2014TV SeriesHimself - Guest
Bikeman Begins2014DocumentaryHimself
Say It Ain't Solo2012ShortHimself
Kevin Pollak's Chat Show2011TV SeriesHimself
Pop Wrapped TV2010TV Series documentarySandy Ryerson
Glee Casting Session2009TV Movie documentarySandy Ryerson
Starz Inside: The Face Is Familiar2009TV Movie documentaryHimself
Heroes Unmasked2008TV Series documentaryHimself
Sidewalks Entertainment2008TV SeriesHimself
Cheap Seats: Without Ron Parker2006TV SeriesHimself
The 50 Greatest Comedy Films2006TV Movie documentaryHimself
The 5 Keys to Mastery2005Video documentaryHimself
Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party2005DocumentaryHimself
Movie Lover's Road Trip2003TV SeriesHimself
The 56th Annual Tony Awards2002TV SpecialHimself - Nominee: Best Featured Actor in a Play
Thelma & Louise: The Last Journey2002Video documentaryHimself
Groundhog Day: The Weight of Time2002Video documentary shortHimself / interviewee

Archive Footage

Glee Encore2011VideoSandy Ryerson
Heroes Unmasked2008TV Series documentaryBob Bishop
The Drew Carey Show1998TV SeriesJudge
The 63rd Annual Academy Awards1991TV SpecialJeweler (uncredited)

Nominated Awards

2015Streamy AwardThe Streamy AwardsBest Ensemble CastThe Hotwives of Orlando (2014)
2014BTVA Special/DVD Voice Acting AwardBehind the Voice Actors AwardsBest Vocal Ensemble in a TV Special/Direct-to-DVD Title or Theatrical ShortToy Story of Terror (2013)

Known for movies

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