The Herald Tribune Interviews Stephen Tobolowsky
Here’s an excerpt from the interview with Stephen about his new book, My Adventures with God:
For a character actor whose career has taken unexpected turns in dramas, comedies and action/adventure projects, it’s not surprising that Tobolowsky takes an unusual approach to sharing stories from his life.
He has followed up his 2012 autobiographical “The Dangerous Animals Club” with new details about his life in “My Adventures with God,” published in April by Simon & Schuster. It is a companion to “The Dangerous Animals Club,” with some stories carrying over with added details. He will read from the book and sign copies at 11 a.m. Friday at Bookstore1Sarasota.
Tobolowsky’s writing career began after he broke his neck “in five places riding on a horse on a side of an active volcano in Iceland,” he said during a recent telephone interview. “When I get back to the United States, the doctor told me I had a fatal injury, which is pretty depressing when you’re alive to hear that. Then I thought, it’s kind of funny.”
Read the full interview here.