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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

The Tobolowsky Files

This podcast can be described in three words: hilarious, bizarre, and at points moving. All of the stories Mr. Tobolowsky tells are insanely intertaining.

Tobolowsky Mesmerizing

I am loving Mr Tobolowsky's new podcast. I am absolutely transfixed by his storytelling. I listened to episode 2 and immediately went back and listened to it again. He knows how to use his words to really paint the picture & his "folksy" way of telling his stories really makes it fun to listen. thank you for more excellent work & keep it up!!

Brilliant, hilarious... what more to say?

I took storytelling in college by a master storyteller. For the first time in years, I've sent him an e-mail -- just to recommend this podcast and and let him know the art of storytelling is still alive and kicking. I rarely comment on podcasts, but this one deserves a huge audience. Thank you Dave and Stephen -- this is truly wonderful!