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The Tobolowsky Files

By Stephen Tobolowsky and David Chen

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You've seen him in movies like Groundhog Day, Memento, Sneakers, and on TV in shows like Deadwood and Glee. Now hear what he's like when Stephen Tobolowsky is playing himself! The Tobolowsky Files is a podcast brought to you by the people behind the /Filmcast at It is a series of profound, moving, and hilarious stories about life, love, and the entertainment industry, as told by character actor Stephen Tobolowsky. You can find all of our episodes at and you can always e-mail us at Want to hear more of Stephen's stories? Check out his awesome movie, "Stephen Tobolowsky's Birthday Party" at

Customer Reviews

Awesome (the russian spelling)

Start listening from the first episode, but make sure your next few days are open because you won't be able to stop listening. This podcast is fantastic.

Wonderfully Entertaining

I've enjoyed listening listening to Stephen weave his wonderful stories in a way only he can. He paints a beautiful picture with his wonderful voice. I haven't checked yet but I hope if he hasn't recorded any audiobooks that he soon will. My only complaint is that the last one almost made me cry, there is nothing wrong with crying but it pained me to hear the suffering in his voice. I wish for Stephen lots of joy and happiness :)


Some of the most insightful stories about life I've heard in a while. Even if you don't like the actor, his tales are worth listening. Always something to relate to and afterwards ponder upon.