Daniel Stern (as Dilbert)
Daniel Stern returns to series television as the voice of the hard-working engineer, Dilbert, who suffers from perpetual corporate culture-shock in the half-hour animated comedy DILBERT, distributed by Columbia TriStar International Television, a Sony Pictures Entertainment company.
A native of Bethesda, Maryland, Stern provided the voice of the adult Kevin Arnold on the Emmy Award-winning series The Wonder Years from 1988–1993. Stern also garnered attention from scene-stealing work in two blockbusters and their sequels: as meek Phil Berquist in City Slickers and City Slickers II: The Legend of Curly's Gold, and as bumbling burglar Marv in Home Alone and Home Alone II: Lost in New York.
After his film debut as Cyril in Breaking Away, Stern appeared in such films as Starting Over, Diner, Blue Thunder, Hannah and Her Sisters, D.O.A., The Milagro Beanfield War, My Blue Heaven, Coupe de Ville and, most recently, Rookie of the Year, Bushwhacked, Celtic Pride and the upcoming To the Moon.
Stern has also starred on television in the telefilms The Court-Martial of Jackie Robinson, Big Guns Talk: The Story of the Western and Tourist Trap, and guest-starred in an episode of Robert Altman's anthology series Gun.