Szarabajka, Keith 1952–
Szarabajka, Keith 1952–
SZARABAJKA, Keith 1952–
Born December 2, 1952, in Oak Park, IL; son of Edward (a bartender) and Anne (a waitress) Szarabajka; married Jennifer Meta Stewart (an actress); children: Jack, Caleb. Education: Attended Trinity University and University of Chicago. Avocational Interests: SCUBA, softball, hiking, mountain biking, cooking, and writing.
Addresses: Agent —Talent Group Inc., 6300 Wilshire Blvd., "900, Los Angeles, CA 90048.
Career: Actor. Organic Theater Company, Chicago, IL, member, 1972–78.
Awards, Honors: Chicago area Emmy Award (with others), 1980, for Bleacher Bums.
Josh, Simon, Warner Bros., 1980.
David Holloway, Missing, Universal, 1982.
Brian "B. D." Dowling, Doonesbury: A Broadway Musical (also known as Doonesbury: A Musical Comedy and Doonesbury: A New Musical ), 1983.
Crowe, Protocol, Warner Bros., 1984.
Tippett, Warning Sign, Twentieth Century–Fox, 1985.
Kevin McCormack, Marie (also known as Marie: A True Story ), Metro–Goldwyn–Mayer/United Artists, 1985.
Donny, Billy Galvin, Vestron Pictures, 1986.
Old man, The Misfit Brigade (also known as Wheels of Terror ), Trans World, 1987.
Timothy Crocker, Walker, Universal, 1988.
Kevin Burley, Staying Together, Hemdale, 1989.
Clayton Dooley, Under Cover of Darkness, 1992.
Terry Pugh, A Perfect World, Warner Bros., 1993.
Billy Baker, Andre, Paramount, 1994.
Squirrel's father, Dancer, Texas Pop. 81, TriStar, 1998.
Colonel Waters, The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Masks of Evil, 1999.
Diplomatic spook, We Were Soldiers (also known as Wir waren Helden ), Paramount, 2002.
Voice of Poacher, The Wild Thornberrys Movie (animated), United International, 2002.
Television Appearances; Series:
Mickey Kostmayer, The Equalizer, CBS, 1986–1989.
Harlan Williams, The Golden Years (also known as Stephen King's Golden Years ), CBS, 1991.
Charles "Chaz" Gracen, Profit, Fox, 1996.
Shank and voice of the president, Spy Game, ABC, 1997.
Voice of Kip O'Donnell, The Wild Thornberrys (animated), Nickelodeon, 1998–1999.
Xyber 9: New Dawn, Fox, 1999.
Reverend Goodacre, Thanks, CBS, 1999.
Voice of Mairot/psycho, Max Steel (animated), The WB, 2000.
Voice of Serge Garpenlov, Heavy Gear: The Animated Series (animated), 2001.
Daniel Holtz, a recurring role, Angel, The WB, 2001–2002.
Television Appearances; Movies:
Bill, The Face of Rage, ABC, 1983.
Mickey Kostmayer, Memories of Manon (also known as The Equalizer: The Mystery of Manon ), 1988.
Dr. David Zuckerman, Nightlife, USA Network, 1989.
Digby Mason, Unnatural Pursuits, Arts and Entertainment, 1991.
Hollywood Confidential, Hyde in Hollywood, PBS, 1991.
(Uncredited), Victim of Love: The Shannon Mohr Story, 1993.
Harvey Bates, Siringo, 1994.
Wallace Bremer, One Woman's Courage, NBC, 1994.
The Colony, ABC, 1996.
Eric Poche, Taking Back Our Town, Lifetime, 2001.
Warren, A Mother's Testimony, Lifetime, 2001.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Klink, Cross of Fire, NBC, 1989.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
Joey Bramlette, "Glades," Miami Vice, NBC, 1984.
Harry Sibelius, "Consultation," Law & Order, NBC, 1992.
Voice, "Gripes of Wrath," Duckman (animated), USA Network, 1994.
Wayne McCabe, "Child Molester: Part 2," Under Suspicion, CBS, 1994.
Matthew Stoner, "Soul Mates," Babylon 5, syndicated, 1994.
Paul, "After Midnight," Early Edition, CBS, 1996.
Gordon Kinnock, "Lethal Injection," The Burning Zone, UPN, 1996.
Hendricks, "Redemption," Walker, Texas Ranger, CBS, 1996.
"Deadliners," Extreme Ghostbusters (animated), 1997.
Neil Gorton, "Judgment in L.A.: D–Girl," Law & Order, NBC, 1997.
Neil Gorton, "Judgment in L.A.: Turnaround," Law & Order, NBC, 1997.
Neil Gorton, "Judgment in L.A.: Showtime," Law & Order, NBC, 1997.
Neil Gorton, "Monster," Law & Order, NBC, 1998.
Thomas Cromwell, "The Future, Jack, the Future," Time-cop, ABC, 1998.
Dr. Alan Walker, "Victim of Circumstances," Vengeance Unlimited, ABC, 1998.
Voice of Phillipe Roache, "An Early Frost," Godzilla: The Series, Fox, 1999.
Voice of Phillipe Roache, "Trust No One," Godzilla: The Series, Fox, 1999.
"Honey, I'm King of the Rocket Guys," Honey, I Shrunk the kids: The TV Show, syndicated, 1999.
Flyn, "Never Say Die," Diagnosis Murder, CBS, 1999.
Malcolm Cross, "A Thousand Words," Pacific Blue, USA Network, 2000.
Wayne, "The Roast That Ruined Them," Becker, CBS, 2000.
Oliver, "Blast from the Past," Party of Five, Fox, 2000.
Barkley Stubbs, "The Face on the Bar Room Floor," Touched by an Angel, CBS, 2000.
Teero, "Repression," Star Trek: Voyager, UPN, 2000.
Anthony Tipet, "Via Negativa," The X–Files, Fox, 2000.
Voices of python and monkey, "Gift of Gab," The Wild Thornberrys (animated), Nickelodeon, 2000.
"Absolution," The Division, 2001.
Dan Lubetkin, "To Serve and Protect," Roswell, The WB, 2001.
Dan Lubetkin, "We Are Family," Roswell, The WB, 2001.
Bryce Taylor, "Simon," Kate Brasher, CBS, 2001.
Voice of Knick, "Taffy Time," The Zeta Project (animated), Kids WB, 2001.
Voice of Bracelet Kobra, "Unmasked," Batman Beyond (animated), The WB, 2001.
Damrus, "Rogue Planet," Star Trek: Enterprise, UPN, 2002.
Liev Schrieber, "Fondles," She Spies, syndicated, 2002.
Mr. DeLuca, "One Can Only Hope" (also known as "The Lottery"), ER, NBC, 2002.
Peter Nash, "Don't Look Back," Crossing Jordan, NBC, 2002.
Voice of Trigon, "Nevermore," Teen Titans (animated), Cartoon Network, 2003.
Voice of Fodden King, "The Cold," The Mummy: The Animated Series (animated), 2003.
Zahn, "Soul Survivor," Charmed, The WB, 2003.
Voice of Kingpin's henchman, "Royal Scam," Spider– Man (animated), MTV, 2003.
Also appeared as Colonel Waters, "Transylvania, January 1918," The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles; Pollard, Traps, CBS; voices of Spootimus and Maximus, "Friends, Romans, Beavers!," The Angry Beavers (animated); voice of Skritch, "The Substitute," and "Where Have All the Monsters Gone?," Aaahh!!! Real Monsters (animated); voice of psycho, The Cartoon Characters Villains (animated); and voice of Lieutenant Rockford, "D–Day," Roughnecks: Starship Troopers Chronicles (animated).
Television Appearances; Specials:
Enci Shagula, Big Shots in America, NBC, 1985.
Peter Desmond, "Wanted: The Perfect Guy," ABC After School Specials, ABC, 1986.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Garth Russell, Adams Apple, CBS, 1986.
Reverend Goodacre, Thanks, CBS, 1999.
Also appeared as voice of Kip O'Donnell, The Wild Thornberrys, Nickelodeon.
Attendant and young David Carson, Warp!, Ambassador Theatre, New York City, 1973.
The Sport of My Mad Mother, Goodman Theatre, Chicago, IL, 1976–1977.
Cheerleader, Bleacher Bums, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1978.
Native Son, Goodman Theatre, 1978–1979.
Iron/Herron, Class Enemy, Players Theatre, New York City, 1980.
B. D., Doonesbury (musical), Biltmore Theatre, New York City, 1983–1984.
Harry Crocker, Digby, Stage 73, 1985.
Rich Relations, McGinn–Cazale Theatre, New York City, 1986.
Bob, Women of Manhattan, Manhattan Theatre Club Stage I, New York City, 1986.
Thomas, "A Perfect Act of Contrition," Class1Acts, Nat Horne Theatre, New York City, 1988.
Hollywood Confidential, Hyde in Hollywood, American Place Theatre, New York City, 1989.
Kim Feston, Search and Destroy, Yale Repertory Theatre, New Haven, CT, 1990–1991, then Circle in the Square Uptown, New York City, 1992.
Appeared on Selected Shorts, National Public Radio.
Voice of Bowlsley, Grim Fandango, 1998.
Voice of Reverend Rasputin, Escape from Monkey Island, Electronic Arts, 2000.
Voices of Dewback Trooper and other voices, Star Wars: Force Commander, LucasArts, 2000.
Command & Conquer: Yuri's Revenge (also known as Red Alert 2 Expansion Pack: Yuri's Revenge ), West-wood Studios, 2001.
Voice of Sergeant Peterson, Soldier of Fortune II: Double Helix, Activision, 2002.
Enter the Matrix, Atari Inc., 2003.
Voice of Kahn, Crimson Skies: High Road to Revenge, Microsoft Studios, 2003.
Fear Nothing by Dean R. Koontz, Random House Audio, 1998.
Also narrated The Sixth Deadly Sin by Lawrence Sanders, Real Men Don't Bond by Bruce J. Fierstein, Blue Highways by William Least Heat–Moon, The Best Poems of All Time by Leslie Pockell, Seize the Night by Dean R. Koontz, The Letter of the Law by Tim Green, Fierce Invalids Home from Hot Climates by Tom Robbins, Rising Sun by Michael Crichton, Mr. X by Peter Straub, and The Magic Bullet by Harry Stein.
(Coauthor) Bleacher Bums, produced at American Place Theatre, New York City, 1978.
Keith Szarabajka Official Site, http://www.darktale.tv/, February 2, 2004.