|Tom Hulce Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 8 in|
|Date of Birth||December 6, 1953|
Tom Hulce is a talented American actor, singer, director, and producer. He has many accolades to his name including Emmy Award and Tony Award. He is known for his roles in National Lampoon’s Animal House, Amadeus, and The Hunchback of Notre Dame. Tom won Tony Award for “Best Musical” for the Broadway Spring Awakening in 2007. His other notable theater works include Butter and Egg Man, Memory of Two Mondays, Julius Caesar, The Sea Gull, and A Few Good Men. He studied acting at the University Of North Carolina School of the Arts.
Thomas Edward Hulce
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Seattle, Washington, United States
Tom Hulce completed his studies and formal training from Interlochen Arts Academy in Michigan and University of North Carolina School of the Arts in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.
Actor, Singer, Director, Producer
- Father – Raymond Albert Hulce (Worked In Ford Motor Company)
- Mother – Joanna Winkleman (Singer)
- Siblings – He has an older brother and 2 sisters.
- Others – Raymond Stillman Hulce (Paternal Grandfather), Alton Fenton Hulce (Paternal Great Grandfather), Ella A. Weaver (Paternal Great Grandmother), Lenna Grace Baker (Paternal Grandmother), Francis Frank Baker (Paternal Great Grandfather), Lydia Ann Duffin (Paternal Great Grandmother), Edward Henry Winkleman (Maternal Grandfather), William Carl Winkleman (Maternal Great Grandfather), Mary Louise Reckner (Maternal Great Grandmother), Florence Ellen Austin (Maternal Grandmother), Theodoric O. D. Austin (Maternal Great Grandfather), Elizabeth H. Gehan (Maternal Great Grandmother)
Tom Hulce is managed by –
- Anonymous Content, Talent Management Company, Culver City, California, United States
- CAA, Agent, Los Angeles, California, United States
5 ft 8 in or 173 cm
82 kg or 181 lbs
Boyfriend / Spouse
Tom Hulce has rarely spoken about his personal life in his interactions with the media, which makes it difficult for us to ascertain anything about his dating history and love life.
Race / Ethnicity
He has English, German, Irish, and distant Dutch ancestry.
Salt and Pepper
- Squared jawline
- Long rounded chin
Best Known For
His performances in films like National Lampoon’s Animal House (1978) as Larry “Pinto” Kroger, Amadeus (1984) as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, and Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) as Quasimodo
As a Singer
Apart from doing many Broadway performances, he has performed songs like Out There, Heaven’s Light/Hellfire, and Heaven’s Light (Reprise) in the animated film The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996) and Hellfire in the TV series Nostalgia Critic (2010).
In 1977, he made his theatrical film debut in the drama film September 30, 1955, as Hanley.
In 1996, he lent his voice for the character of Quasimodo in the animated drama film The Hunchback of Notre Dame.
First TV Show
In 1975, he made his first TV show appearance on the musical series Great Performances as Young Frank.
In 1995, he made his TV show debut as a voice actor on the comedy series Frasier as the voice of Keith.
Tom Hulce Favorite Things
- Own Role In His Film – Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Amadeus (1984)
Source – Backstage
Tom Hulce Facts
- As a child, he aspired to be a singer which however changed after his voice changed during his teenage years, and he opted in becoming an actor instead.
- At the age of 15, he left home to pursue his acting career.
- His family name “Hulce” is pronounced “hulch,” and not “hul-che” or “hul-say”.
- His first jobs included working as an usher in Ann Arbor and selling a ticket in a small theatrical company.
- A rumor went on for many years that Tom had a wife named Cecilia Ermini, an artist, and a daughter named Anya.
- For his role as young Mozart in Amadeus, Tom had to learn piano and the technique of conducting an orchestra.
- He has produced films like The Seagull (2018) and A Home at the End of the World (2004).
- His theater production includes The Cider House Rules, Talking Heads, 10 Million Miles, and American Idiot, among others.
- He co-directed the play The Cider House Rules with Jane Jones in 1998.
- He is not active on social media.
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