THOMMIE WALSH created the role of Bobby in the original Broadway production of A Chorus Line. He later co-wrote a book with Robert Viagas and Baayork Lee On The Line (Limelight) chronicling the musical's early beginnings. His success on Broadway continued as choreographer for The Best Little Whorehouse In Texas followed by The 1940's Radio Hour, Do Black Patent Leather Shoes Really Reflect Up?, Nine, Lunch Hour and My Favorite Year. He received Tony and Drama Desk awards for his choreography for A Day in Hollywood/A Night in the Ukraine and My One and Only, for which he also received a Tony Award nomination for best direction. He went on to direct Greetings from Yorkville and Lucky Stiff Off-Broadway, Always (West End debut), and A Broadway Baby at Goodspeed Opera House.
Bio as of October, 2010.