made his New York stage debut Off Broadway in April 2001 in Austin Pendleton's "Uncle Bob" starring opposite George Morfogen.
He made his stage debut as "Bunny" in Gillian Plowman's "Me and My Friend" at the Los Angeles Theater Center.
His other stage credits include "Long Day's Journey into Night," "The Importance of Being Earnest," "Miss Julie" and "Sweet Bird of Youth."
Harold made his feature debut in Paul Scheuring's "36K" and then appeared in "Mental Hygiene." He was subsequently accepted to the Actor's Conservatory Program where he appeared in productions of "The Misanthrope" and "Cymbeline."