Character actor Stephen Tobolowsky was born on May 30, 1951 in Dallas, Texas. Over the past three decades, Tobolowsky has racked up a lengthy list of roles in movies and television across many different genres. While Tobolowsky initially attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas with the intention of studying geology, he was quickly drawn in to acting there. He later attended the University of Illinois for one year. Tobolowsky worked primarily in theater during his early career, and wrote and directed a few plays including "Two Idiots in Hollywood" and "True Stories". His film career took off in the 1980s, though, thanks to roles in Philadelphia Experiment (1984), Nobody's Fool (1986), La folle histoire de l'espace (1987), and Mississippi Burning (1988). Since then, Tobolowsky has appeared in many popular movies including Comme un oiseau sur la branche (1990), Basic Instinct (1992), Un jour sans fin (1993), Radioland Murders (1994), Meurtre à Alcatraz (1995), Mr. Magoo (1997), Révélations (1999), Memento (2000), Freaky friday - Dans la peau de ma mère (2003), Garfield, le film (2004) and Bande de sauvages (2007). He has also done a substantial amount of voice work, most recently taking on the role of Uncle Ubb in Le Lorax (2012). Tobolowsky has been even more prolific in television over the past few decades. He's appeared on a diverse range of shows including Seinfeld (1989), Dingue de toi (1992), Chicago Hope, la vie à tout prix (1994), The practice: Bobby Donnell & associés (1997) and Larry et son nombril (2000), and has had recurring roles on Les experts: Miami (2002), Deadwood (2004), Heroes (2006), Californication (2007) and Glee (2009). Tobolowsky is married to fellow actor Ann Hearn.