(written from a Production point of view)
A member of the former Screen Extras Guild, Dobos worked in the background of numerous television series and films including episodes of The Love Boat, Dynasty, V (1984), Cheers (1989), L.A. Law, Matlock (1990), Quantum Leap (1992, with Scott Bakula and Dean Stockwell), In Living Color, Diagnosis Murder, and Reba.
Film work includes the comedy Frat House (1979), the comedy Hollywood High Part II (1981, with Elliot Durant III), the comedy Nothing to Hide (1981), the science fiction film The Twilight Zone: The Movie (1983, with Charles Hallahan, Eddy Donno, John Larroquette, Bill Quinn, Peter Brocco, William Schallert, Dick Miller, Bill Mumy, and Larry Cedar), the film Bad Girl (1983), the comedy Down and Out in Beverly Hills (1986, with Irene Tsu, Darryl Henriques, Kenny Koch, Carolyn Allport, and George Sasaki), the crime drama No Way Out (1987, with Iman, Leon Russom, Nicholas Worth, Darryl Henriques, John Hostetter, Michael Hungerford, Bob Harks, Conrad Hurtt, and Danny Nero), the crime movie Street Heat (1987), the comedy The Naked Gun: From the Files of Police Squad! (1988, with Ricardo Montalban, Raye Birk, Tiny Ron, Nicholas Worth, Lawrence Tierney, Rick Seaman, Mark Holton, Joey Banks, George Sasaki, and Joel Schultz), the music comedy Beaches (1988, with James Read and Irene Sale), the music bio-pic What's Love Got to Do with It? (1993, with Angela Bassett, Sherman Augustus, Louis Van Taylor, Penny Johnson, Rob LaBelle, Rudolph Willrich, Terrence Evans,, Jeff Coopwood, and Cliff Howard), the crime drama Pornogothic (1998), the comedy Senseless (1998, with Jenette Goldstein, Brad Dourif, Richard McGonagle, Greg Grunberg, Alexander Enberg, Manu Intiraymi, Ivar Brogger, Cyia Batten, Jack Shearer, John Wilkie, Janet Dey, Rubin Knight, Len Costanza, and Andray Johnson), the film The Trophy (1999), the comedy What's Cooking? (2000, with Victor Rivers, Douglas Spain, Albie Selznick, Estelle Harris, Alfre Woodard, Gregory Itzin, and Frank Novak), and the thriller Madame Hollywood (2002, with Shauna O'Brien).
In addition, he worked as stand-in such as for Harrison Ford on the action thriller Air Force One (1997), the fantasy thriller What Lies Beneath (2000), and the thriller K-19: The Widowmaker (2002).