BWW Photo Exclusive: BUSTED! BONNIE & CLYDE Stars Confess Their Guilty Pleasures - The Joe Hart Edition
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by Monica Simoes
Though innocent of the crimes committed by their onstage counterparts, the stars of the new shoot-'em-up Broadway musical, BONNIE AND CLYDE, which opened at the Schoenfeld Theatre on December 1, 2011, are no guiltless parties. For BroadwayWorld's newest photo feature, BUSTED!, we tracked down the stars and got them to confess their biggest guilty pleasure. In this fourth column, The Sheriff Schmid Edition, we reveal Joe Hart's non-environmentally friendly indulgence - 2-Ply toilet paper.
Check back tomorrow for the Ted Hinton/Louis Hobson Edition!
Sheriff Schmid / Joe Hart
The Barrow gang is on the loose and ravaging helpless Texas communities. What brave law enforcer will step forward and stop these bandits? Why, Sheriff Schmid of course! It is his civic duty and personal mission to capture Bonnie and Clyde.There's no good cop, bad cop in this scenario - the whole force is ready to do what it takes to stop the Barrow gang.
Joe Hart debuted on Broadway in The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public. He toured Nationally in Annie Get Your Gun and The Best Little Whorehouse Goes Public, in which he also reprised his Aggie role in the film. Joe received an Ovation Award for Best Supporting Actor in Angels of Lemnos and an Ovation Nomination for Best Actor in The Woman in Black (Road Theater). Other award winning shows he appeared in include Bouncers (LA Drama Critics Circle), Anything Goes (Ovation), and Napoli Milionaria (Ovation). Joe produced and appeared in the feature film Timeless, which debuted at The Sundance Film Festival.