Stage: Played the musical title role in "Oliver!" at the University of Michigan in 1967.
Stage: Was nominated for Broadway's 1990 Tony Award as Best Actor (Play) for "A Few Good Men".
Son of Raymond Albert Hulce and wife Joanne Winkleman.
Mentioned once in Anne Rice's novel "Blackwood Farm" in his portrayal of Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in Amadeus (1984).
For many years, there have been erroneous reports circulating that Hulce was married to an artist named Cecilia Ermini and that they had one child, a daughter named Anya. This is a complete fabrication, with absolutely no basis in reality, according to Hulce himself in an October 3, 2008 interview he gave to the Seattle Gay News.
Won a Tony for "Best Musical" as part of the production team of "Spring Awakening" in 2007.
Hulce was nominated for a 2010 Tony Award for Best Musical for co-producing the musical theater version of Green Day's album "American Idiot".
His last name is pronounced "hulch", not "hul-che" or "hul-say".
Lead producer of the new Broadway musical "Spring Awakening". [December 2006]
Lead producer of the 2007 Tony Award-winning musical "Spring Awakening". [June 2007]
Learned to play the piano and to conduct for his role of Mozart in Amadeus.
He has English, German, Irish, and distant Dutch, ancestry.
He and Jane Jones were awarded the 1998 Back Stage Garland Award for Direction for "The Cider House Rules" at the Mark Taper Forum Theatre in Los Angeles, California.