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STEPHEN TOBOLOWSKY (Happy Chapman/Walter J. Chapman) has appeared in over 50 movies and 100 television shows. USA Today, in their Millennium Issue, listed him as the ninth most frequently seen actor in the 1990s, where he is most popularly remembered in such films as "Groundhog Day,” "Sneakers,” "Thelma and Louise,” "Mississippi Burning” and "Bird on a Wire.”

His more recent credits include "Adaptation,” "Freaky Friday,” "Memento” and "The Insider.”

Tobolowsky grew up outside Dallas, Texas, attended SMU and received his Masters degree in acting from the University of Illinois.

In addition to acting in "Two Idiots in Hollywood,” Tobolowsky wrote and directed the play, which enjoyed a sold-out run in Los Angeles, and was picked up by [didn't want to use the word "sold” twice in the same sentence] New World Films. He wrote "True Stories” with David Byrne, and directed the original New York production of "The Miss Firecracker Contest.”

Tobolowsky also holds the distinction of being nominated as one of the 100 coolest people in Los Angeles, by Buzz magazine.


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