Tom Hulce
Biographical Information
Born December 6th, 1953
Detroit, Michigan, United States
Productions The Hunchback of Notre Dame as Quasimodo
The Hunchback of Notre Dame II as Quasimodo
Recordings The Hunchback of Notre Dame (film soundtrack)
Vocal Type Tenor

Tom Hulce is an American actor.


Born in Detroit, Michigan, Hulce studied at Interlochen Arts Academy and the North Carolina School of the Arts before making his stage debut in Equus in 1975. He would make a memorable appearance as Lawrence "Pinto" Kroger in National Lampoon's Animal House before his Academy Award nominated turn as the title character in Amadeus.

Hulce would go on to appear in supporting roles in films such as Parenthood and Stranger Than Fiction, whilst remaining active in theatre, notably receiving a Tony Award nomination for his role in A Few Good Men. He also produced a number of successful ventures, including a six-hour adaptation of The Cider House Rules and the hit stage musical Spring Awakening.


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.


The Hunchback of Notre Dame (1996)Edit

  • In Here/Out There (duet)
  • Heaven's Light (solo)

The Hunchback of Notre Dame II (2000)Edit

  • Le Jour D'Amour (contains solo lines)
  • An Ordinary Miracle (solo)
  • I'd Stick With You (duet)

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