Tom Hulce is probably most recognized for his roles in the films Animal House or Amadeus. In the latter he played the man-child with a hyena laugh that garnered him an Academy Award nomination and helped the film win eight Oscars. The prominent actor has moved from in front of the camera to behind it, becoming a much-touted director and producer. So much so, in fact, that his latest adventure is producing the Broadway smash-hit musical Spring Awakening. The shift in profession seems to agree with him, as the musical was nominated for 11 Tony Awards and won eight of them, including Best Musical of 2007.
Tom Hulce: It just never became an issue because of the way it was positioned in the story. There wasn't a choice in the story but to take your clothes off. It was just what it was. But one had to be careful in terms of possible wounds, blisters or bruises that would be revealed. You had to make sure you didn't have any accidents.
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