Tom Hulce Amadeus – Wiki/Bio, Age, Net Worth, Career, Height, Photos and Wife

Who is Tom Hulce Amadeus?

Thomas Edward Hulce was a Detroit-born actor who was born on December 6, 1953. He is best known for his roles as Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (Amadeus) (1984), Quasimodo (1996), and Dr. Cayly (2006). He is also known as a theater producer. His career began in 1975.

Age, Height, Weight, and Measurements

He is 68 years of age as of 2022, according to his birth date. He is approximately 80 Kg in weight and stands 5′ 8″ tall. He has blue eyes and salty-pepper hair.

Background 

This actor, who was the youngest of four siblings, was named Thomas Edward Hulce. He was named after Raymond Albert Hulce’s wife Joanne Winkleman.

According to records, he was born in Detroit, Michigan on the 6th December 1953. His father was an employee of Ford Motor Company, while his mother was a singer who sang briefly with Phil Spitalny’s All-Girl Orchestra.

Hulce wanted to be a singer from an early age due to the influence of his mother. As he entered his teenage years, Hulce’s voice started to change. This ended any hopes he had for becoming a singer. Despite the disappointment, the boy still wanted to be in showbiz and decided to become an actor.

Tom Hulce, aged 15, left his home to attend Interlochen Arts Academy. After completing his studies at the North Carolina School of the Arts in Raleigh, he went to England to continue his training and returned to the United States to begin his career in New York.

Hulce was first seen in the Broadway play Equinox in 1975. He was accompanied by Anthony Perkins. Hulce spent the next decade primarily as a theater actor. He only occasionally acted in movies like September 30, 1995 (1977), and Animal House (78).

In 1984, he defeated Mikhail Baryshnikov to win the role of Wolfgang Amadeus Salzburg in Amadeus (1984). Hulce was nominated for Best Actor at the Academy Awards for his role in the film. Since then, he has starred in more than two dozen films and series, earning various awards.

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Multiple award-winner Tom Hulce, who currently holds four Golden Globe nominations and an Emmy Award, as well as a Tony Award to show for his efforts, is estimated to have a net worth of $15 Million. His careers in front and behind the camera helped Tom Hulce accumulate his enormous wealth.

Who is His Wife? Is he Gay?

Tom Hulce is not married and has never had a wife. We can confirm that Tom Hulce has never been married and that he doesn’t even have a sexual attraction to his opposite sex.

Tom Hulce is openly gay. In 2008, the Detroit, Michigan native made public his sexual orientation in an interview with Seattle Gay News. He stated that he is comfortable with his sexuality and that the reason he spoke out was to dispel an old rumor.

Many people believed that the actor was married in the past. This is because there was an incorrect report that he was married to Cecilia Ermini, an Italian woman. Further, the false report claimed that he was married to Cecilia Ermini and had a daughter named Anya. Hulce called this a complete fabrication.

What happened to Tom Hulce?

Tom Hulce decided to quit acting in the mid-1990s to become a stage director and producer. According to him, the decision was made in a split second and he hasn’t looked back since. He says he changed careers to realize his vision. This includes picking the director, screenwriter, and cast, as well as finding investment partners.

Hulce’s most notable works as a producer are the six-hour-long, two-evening stage version of John Irving’s The Cider House Rules. This earned him a nomination for the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Director of a Play.

Alan Bennett’s Talking Heads won six Obie Awards and was nominated for a Drama Desk Award as well as a Special Outer Critics Circle Award and a New Year Drama Critics Circle Award for Best Foreign Play. The Broadway musical Spring Awakening won eight Tony Awards in 2007.

It also featured the stage adaptation of the Green Day album American Idiot and the movie A House at the End of the World (2004).

Hulce believes he is done acting but has played parts in movies such as Jumper (2008), and Stranger Than Fiction (2006). Hulce has voiced some parts in the animated The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2002). This is the sequel to his role as Quasimodo (1996).

Hulce, who is no longer involved in acting, has relocated to Seattle, Washington where he now owns his home.

Family

His family is composed of Raymond Albert Hulce, his father, and Joanna Winkleman, his mother.

Education, School/College University

His education history includes Interlochen Arts Academy. He then enrolled at the University of North Carolina School of the Arts.

Career

American actor, performer, and producer began his acting career in 1975 when he played the role of Anthony Hopkins in Equus. He also worked more in theaters than in television movies and TV shows.

He also had a breakthrough in 1978’s Animal House, where he played the part of Lawrence Kroger, aka Pinto. He has also appeared in many TV shows and movies such as September 30, 2005, Those Lips and Those Eyes, and The Rise and Rise of Daniel Rocket.

He is also well-known for his roles as Peter Patrone in The Heidi Chronicles and Quasimodo, in The Hunchback of Notre Dame. He has also received numerous awards and honors, including the Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Musical, Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding Leading Actor, and many others.

Tom Hulce’s Social Media

He isn’t active on social media.

Tom Hulce’s Rumors & Controversy/Scandal

There is no known controversy surrounding Tom Hulce.

Net Worth

What is Tom Hulce’s net worth? His net worth has grown to $19 million through his singing and acting career.

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