Golden Globes, USA nominee for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in a Series, Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television, Tom Hulce is an actor from the United States. He is also known for being a theater producer. He is famous for starring the role of Pinto in Animal House.
Early Life, Education
Five feet and eight inches tall, Tom Hulce was born as Thomas Edward Hulce at the end of 1953 in Detroit, Michigan, the United States of America to Joanna Hulce and Raymond Albert Hulce. He was born as the youngest child of his parents.
When Tom was in his childhood days, he dreamed to be a singer. But during his teens, he had a massive change in his voice and this changed his interest in acting.
When he was aged 15, he joined Interlochen Arts Academy and the North Carolina School of the Arts.
From Theatre to Films & Net Worth
He began his career as a theater actor. He made his acting debut in 1975 by starring his role in Equus on Broadway. In the late 1970s and early 1980s, he appeared in several plays.
In the mid-1970s, he also starred in the TV movies like Forget-Me-Not-Lane, Song of Myself, September 30, 1955, and so on. He got his rise in fame in 1978 after he portrayed the role of Lawrence "Larry" Kroger, aka "Pinto" in an American comedy film Animal House.
He is also critically acclaimed for starring the role of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Amadeus and Mickey Schwerner in Murder in Mississippi.
His net worth is $15 million.
Personal Life: Marriage, Children
On 23rd of December 1995, Tom got married to Cecilia Ermini. As a loving husband and wife, they also welcomed a child together. It’s been about two decades they have been bonded into this married.
There are also some rumors about them being divorced. His nationality is American and he has mixed ethnicity as he has English, German, Irish, and distant Dutch, ancestry.