Toby Huss (Stumpy Dreifuss)
Toby Huss was born and raised in Marshalltown, Iowa. He launched his acting career on daytime television, playing Dr. Eric Singleton on "Days of Our Lives." He was a voice regular on the animated comedy series "King of the Hill," playing dual roles as Hank's next-door neighbor, Kahn, and his father, Cotton Hill. He also provided the voice of Todd on the MTV series "Beavis and Butt-Head" and starred in the Nickelodeon series "The Adventures of Pete and Pete."
Huss was a regular on The WB comedy series "The Army Show." His guest-starring television credits include "NewsRadio" and "Seinfeld." He has also performed on television with "The Army Show" castmate David Anthony Higgins' sketch comedy trio The Higgins Boys & Gruber and lists MTV's "Rock the Vote" and "Spoken Word: Unplugged" among his television credits.
Huss has worked steadily in feature films, starring in the movie "The Mod Squad" and in "Jerry Maguire" as an injured hockey player whose child inspires Tom Cruise to evaluate his life. He was also featured in the Garry Marshall film "Dear God," "The Basketball Diaries" and "Down Periscope." Additional big-screen credits include "Beavis and Butt-Head Do America," "Vegas Vacation," "Bedazzled," "Human Nature" and the independent films "Wetumka Flash," "Clubland" and "Still Breathing." Most recently, Huss was the voice of the bear Tennessee in "The Country Bears."