Dallas native and Southern Methodist University graduate Stephen Toblowsky has become a familiar presence in films and TV programs the 1980s and 1990s. Well-padded (at least in his earliest film appearances) and prematurely balding, Tobolowsky is equally useful as a villain or as comic relief. His film debut was in the dual role of the Newsreel Narrator and French DeMille in Swing Shift (1984). One of his funniest movie gigs was as Ned, the glad-handing insurance salesman, in the 1993 Bill Murray vehicle Ground Hog Day (1993). Together with David Byrne and playwright Beth Henley, Stephen Tobolowsky wrote the script for 1986's True Stories, a satirical spin on life in Texas.
Date of Birth : 30 May 1951
Place of Birth : Dallas, Texas, U.S.