Dec. 2nd, 1952
Oak Park, Illinois, USA
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Szarabajka (born December 2, 1952) in Oak Park, Illinois, the son of Anne, a school teacher, and Edward Szarabajka, a savings and loan officer. He attended John Hersey High School in Arlington Heights, Illinois, and the University of Chicago, as well as Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. He studied acting further at the Organic Theater in Chicago from 1972 to 1978. Szarabajka's surname, pronounced (ʂaraˈbajka) in Polish, means "gray fable". In 1982, he had a supporting role in the Costa-Gavras film Missing.
- Studied at both the University of Chicago and Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas.
- In the Stephen King TV series "Golden Years" in 1991, he had to endure 6 hours of makeup each day to play a 70-year-old janitor.
- His surname, Szarabajka, means "Grey Tale" in Polish.
- Trained with the Organic Theater in Chicago between 1972 and 1978. Other alumni actors included Joe Mantegna, John Heard and Dennis Franz.
- Has two sons, Caleb and Jack.
- Last name is pronounced "sarah-bike-ah".
- Is the second voice actor to voice Vanderkam in the Xenosaga video game series. 'Bob Papenbrook' (qv) was the first voice actor to voice Vanderkam.
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