1. Brian Mathis (above), born in Fort Worth and now a teacher at All Saints Christian School there, has used his shiny dome and booming baritone to great advantage in two of theater's best roles for baldies: Daddy Warbucks in Annie (he's played it many times, mostly recently at Casa MaÃ±ana) and the romantic lead Emile de Becque in South Pacific for Garland Summer Musicals. He's also sung in musicals at Lyric Stage and was one of the few native Texans in Dallas Theater Center's cast of the musical Giant. Mathis has a big voice, a big shiny head and a big future playing major roles in professional theater.
Honorable mentions: Coy Covington, Stephen Bates, David H.M. Lambert, Aaron Roberts, Michael Corolla, Doug Jackson.