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(1999) Performing on Broadway in "Annie Get Your Gun" with Bernadette Peters for which he was nominated for a Tony award for Best Actor in a musical.

In the late 1980s, Tom appeared in a slightly-off-Broadway musical, "Olympus on My Mind" in the dual role of Zeus and Amphytrion.

Narrates The Wedding by Nicholas Sparks for Time Warner AudioBooks.

(May 2005): Played James Lingk in "Glengarry Glen Ross" play by David Mamet (Royale Theatre, New York City, New York, USA).

(November 2005 - December 2005) Played Billy Flynn in the national touring company of "Chicago," music by John Kander, lyrics by Fred Ebb, and book by Ebb and Bob Fosse, at the Cadillac Palace in Chicago, Illinois, USA.

(2008) "A Catered Affair," an original musical, book by Harvey Fierstein; music and lyrics by John Bucchino; based on the Turner Entertainment motion picture written by Gore Vidal; directed by John Doyle; with Harvey Fierstein (as Uncle Winston); Faith Prince (as Aggie); Tom Wopat (as Tom Hurley); Matt Cavenaugh (as Ralph Halloran); Leslie Kritzer (as Jane Hurley); Philip Hoffman (as Sam/Mr. Halloran); Katie Klaus (as Alice/Army Sergeant); Heather MacRae (as Dolores/Caterer); Lori Wilner (as Pasha/Mrs. Halloran); Kristine Zbornik (as Myra/Wedding Dress Saleswoman); on Broadway, at the Walter Kerr Theatre, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA.

(March 7,2011-May 8,2011) He played Frank W. Abagnale Sr in the musical stage adaptation of Frank Abagnale Jr and Stan Redding's book, "Catch Me if You Can," at the Neil Simon Theatre on Broadway in New York City with Aaron Tveit (played Frank W. Abagnale Jr.), Kerry Butler, and Nobert Leo Butz (played Carl Hanratty FBI) in the cast. Terrence McNally wrote the book. Marc Shaiman and Scott Wittman composed original score and music. Jerry Mitchell was choreographer. Jack O'Brien was director.

(2014) TV commercial, "The Duke Boys," with John Schneider (as "Bo Duke"), and Tom Wopat (as "Luke Duke"), their characters from "The Dukes of Hazzard" (1979) for the new AutoTrader.com.


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