What is Tom Hulce doing now?

During the past recent years Tom has resided in Seattle, Washington where he owns his own home. He figures he could live in Los Angeles or New York – the acting hubs – but in Seattle, he’s near the things he loves. “Up in Seattle people look after their lives in a way you can’t do in New York or Los Angeles,” he says.

Why did Tom Hulce retire from acting?

Hulce, 64, said in a recent phone interview that he felt it was the right time to step away from the spotlight — but not from the world of entertainment. “It wasn’t that something else interested more,” he said about his lapsed acting career. “Living a fiction became less compelling, I guess.

Who is Tom Hulce married to?

Personal life. In 2008, Hulce identified as gay in an interview with Seattle Gay News. In the same interview, he took the opportunity to debunk a rumor he married a woman (supposedly an Italian artist named Cecilia Ermini) and had a daughter named Anya with her: “That information – having a wife and child – is false.

Can Tom Hulce play the piano?

Hulce spent six hours a day for six months learning how to play the piano, and every Mozart symphony that was in the film. One of only 4 productions to win both a Tony Award for Best Play (1981) and the Best Picture Oscar (1984).

Did Tom Hulce win an Oscar?

Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Limited or Anthology Series or Movie
Tony Award for Best MusicalDavid di Donatello for Best Foreign Actor
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Where did Tom Hulce attend college?

Interlochen Arts Academy1969–1970
University of North Carolina School of the ArtsBeloit CollegeInterlochen Center for the Arts
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Who rode the motorcycle in Animal House?

actor Bruce McGill
Veteran character actor Bruce McGill, perhaps best known for his turn as the motorcycle-riding Daniel Simpson “D-Day” Day in the 1978 comedy classic National Lampoon’s Animal House, has listed his Ojai residence for sale at $1.675 million.

Can Tom Hulce sing?

Singing. Hulce sang in both The Hunchback of Notre Dame and its sequel, notably performing the number “Out There”, in which Quasimodo yearns to be free of the bell tower.

How accurate was the movie Amadeus?

True. Mozart’s juvenile humor, as depicted in the film Amadeus, accurately reflects what we find in his real-life letters. Especially when writing to his father, sister, and cousin, Mozart employed colorful turns of phrase, such as “Leck mich im Arsch!” (You probably don’t need an English translation for that one.)

Who won best actor for Amadeus?

F. Murray Abraham

Award Category Nominee(s)
Los Angeles Film Critics Association Awards Best Actor F. Murray Abraham
Best Screenplay Peter Shaffer
Best Music Score Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart (posthumously nominated)
Nastro d’Argento Best Foreign Director Miloš Forman

Is Amadeus a true story?