Co-stars F. Murray Abraham & Tom Hulce reunite for an Oscar screening of “Amadeus” in 2007.

As a producer, he won a Tony for Spring Awakening  and helped bring Green Day’s American Idiot to Broadway.  As an actor, he voiced Quasimodo in Disney’s The Hunchback of Notre Dame where he belted “Out There,” and he was nominated for an Oscar  for playing Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart in 1984’s Amadeus. It’s been nearly 30 years since the success of Milos Forman’s biopic, and Tom Hulce seems to have kept busy. Although he hasn’t appeared onscreen since bit parts in Jumper (2008) and Stranger Than Fiction (2006,) people know him most for playing the piano upside down, and giving Mozart one of the most iconic laughs in film history.

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