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|Harold at the Plaza Hotel, NYC, 2012|
|Birthday/Birthplace||Gale Morgan Harold III
(1969-07-10) July 10, 1969
Atlanta, Georgia, U.S.
Gale Harold’s Biography
Son of an engineer and a real estate agent, he is the second of three brothers. Harold grew up in a home with Pentecostal beliefs, but at the age of 15 he left the church saying that he “knew that everything was lies”. Years later, Harold’s father left the church.
After graduating from The Lovett School in Atlanta, Georgia, Harold went to the American University of Washington D.C., after obtaining a football scholarship. He began studying the graduate of Fine Arts in Romance Literature but “creative differences” with his teacher made him leave midway through the course. He decided to focus on his interest in photography and then study Fine Arts at the San Francisco Institute of Art, but was forced to change his plans for the future after wasting his academic scholarship.
His passion for Italian motorcycles kept him working as a motorcycle restorer for a few years until in 1997, on the brink of ruin, Suzy Landau encouraged him to start a new stage in the world of cinema. He did not hesitate to move to Los Angeles to begin an intensive three-year course of dramatic art and interpretation. This led to his theatrical debut in the play Gillian Plowman’s Me and My Friend, at the Los Angeles Theater Center, following other works such as Long Days Journey into Night, The Importance of Being Earnest, Miss Julie and Sweet Bird of Youth. In the year 2000 he began to shoot the North American version of the English icon series of the gay world, Queer as Folk, where he played Brian Kinney when he finished recording the fifth and final season in 2005.
Gale Harold has played the well-known Wyatt Earp as a recurring character in the series Deadwood (2006) and has also participated in the series The Unit (2006), Law & amp; Order (1999) and Street Time (2002). In addition, he has collaborated in the production of the documentary about Scott Walker 30 Century Man. But the role for which he is best known is that of Brian Kinney in ‘Queer as Folk’
He has also played agent Graham in the first seven chapters of the series Vanished (2006), created by Josh Berman, scriptwriter for CSI, and Nazi paramedic in the series Anatomy of Gray (2008). He participated in the last chapter of the fourth season of “Desperate Housewives”, and during the fifth season he played the role of Susan Mayer’s boyfriend. Another of his success series were Hellcats and The Secret Circle. His last appearance on television is in the series Defiance (2014), as a recurring character.
Among the films in which he has participated, he highlights his leading role in The Unseen, released in the United States in 2005, which speaks of homophobia and racism. Other films in which he has acted are 36 K (2000), Mental Hygiene (2001), Particles Of Truth (2003), Rhinoceros Eyes (2003), Wake (2003), Fathers And Sons (2004), Life On The Ledge ( 2004) Falling for Grace (2005) and Fertile Gound (2010). In 2013 begins the shooting of Field of Lost Shoes and releases his film Low Fidelity. The latest films in which he has participated are Andron: The Black Labyrinth, Kiss Me Kill Me, Echo Park, Weepah Way for Now and the short film The Green Bench. The Adoptable webseries, written by his friend and companion of Queer as Folk Scott Lowell, is pending release.
In October of 2008 he suffered an accident with his motorcycle from which he is fully recovered.