Harry is an actor, director, teacher, and cocktail enthusiast based in New York City.
He is currently a swing in the Broadway revival of PARADE, playing at the Jacobs Theatre February 21 - August 6, 2023. Tickets are available here.
Hailing from Pittsburgh, Harry started acting in the 8th grade, when he played a Tin Soldier in a play called Time Out for Christmas. He was hooked. After majoring in Theater at the University of Pittsburgh, he went on to study Acting at the FSU/Asolo Conservatory of Actor Training in Sarasota, FL, where he received his MFA.
After moving to New York City in the early 90s, Harry built a solid career in regional theater, kicking off with the role of Louis Ironson in Angels in America at Syracuse Stage. He went on to star in plays at some of the country's most prestigious theaters, including Yale Rep, Actors Theatre of Louisville, Cincinnati Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public, City Theatre Company, Pioneer, and St. Louis Repertory. You can check out his resume here.
His touring experience started with the role of Carmen Ghia in the First National Tour of The Producers, co-starring Lee Roy Reams, Lewis Stadlen, and Alan Ruck. Next, he co-starred as Sir Robin in Spamalot, at the Wynn Hotel in Las Vegas, with John O'Hurley as King Arthur. In 2017, he toured for a year as Dr. Dillamond in the First National Tour of Wicked. While on the road, Harry started Harry Has A Cocktail, his video series on home bartending, which you can catch on YouTube, Instagram, and here.
Recent directing projects include Ken Ludwig's plays Lend Me A Tenor and A Comedy of Tenors, at Lyceum Arrow Rock and Westchester Broadway, respectively.
Harry works steadily as a private acting coach, and has taught classes at the New York Film Academy and NY School of Film & Television. He has also spent several years as a private tutor of English as a Second Language.
Harry's numerous TV appearances include The Blacklist, Blue Bloods, Billions, New Amsterdam, Tommy, 666 Park Avenue, Sex & The City, and Law & Order.
Harry is represented by DGRW for theater, TV, and film; and by Stewart Talent for Voiceover.