Ten fun facts about Tom Hulce
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Thomas Edward "Tom" Hulce was born on December 6, 1953 in Detroit, Michigan.
He is popularly known for his Oscar-nominated role, playing Mozart in the film Amadeus and as Quasimodo in The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
Apart from the Oscar nomination, Tom Hulce has won many acting awards included 4 Golden Globe nominations, 1 Emmy Award and 1 Tony Award nomination.
Tom Hulce retired from his acting career in the mid 1990s to work on his stage directing and production work and has won a Tony Award as a lead producer of the Broadway musical, Spring Awakening.Fact 5
Even though he initially wanted to be a singer, he changed to acting after his voice altered during his teenage years.Fact 6
Tom Hulce made his theater debut in 1975 in Equus on Broadway.Fact 7
During the 1970s and early 1980s, he took mostly only theatre roles.Fact 8
Hulce did 2 major projects: the 6 hour, 2 evening stage version of John Irving's The Cider House Rules and a festival of Alan Bennett's plays called Talking Heads, which got him 6 Obie Awards, 1 Drama Desk Award, 1 special Outer Critics Circle Award and 1 New York Drama Critics' Circle Award for Best Play.Fact 9
He is also a main producer of the stage adaptation of American Idiot, the Green Day album.Fact 10
Tom Hulce also produced A Home at the End of the World, the 2004 movie that is based on Michael Cunningham's novel. Go to more people facts ❯
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