Stephen Tobolowsky, the quintessential character actor, has appeared in more than 100 movies and more than 200 television shows. (USA Today recently noted that he was the ninth most frequently seen actor in film today.) His roles have spanned virtually the entire spectrum of a working actor’s career, from the big-budget and Oscar-worthy—as head of the Ku Klux Klan in Mississippi Burning (1988)—to the cult phenomenon—Groundhog Day (1993)—to the buzzworthy—Heroes, Deadwood, Californication, and Glee. He wrote and performed in the film Stephen Tobolowsky’s Birthday Party (2005) and wrote True Stories (1986) with David Byrne and Beth Henley. Upcoming projects include Chris Pine’s directorial debut, Poolman, as well as the holiday comedy film for Amazon Studios, Candy Cane Lane. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two sons.