Because Harold's parents were devout Pentecostals, he had strict religious upbringing. Following graduation from The Lovett School, Harold attended American University in Washington, DC, on a soccer scholarship.He began a Liberal Arts degree in romance literature, departing after a few months and moved to San Francisco, California to study photography at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Their presence was fundamental in my recovery not only physically but psychologically. A 1973 750 GT with right side shift, and a 1978 900 Sport Darmah set up like an SS. IR: You came to acting when you were close to 30 years old due to the persuasion of one of your friends.
The places I went to were the worst and most terrifying I've ever experienced. At what point did you realize this is what you wanted to do as a career? Before that I never thought of acting as something that I would ever try. Many days it feels like I'm in an extended existential experiment.
But I love this play, so funny, sweet, and touching, about a well-off married gay couple in Sag Harbor.
“It just takes a lot of caffeine and a lot of alcohol!
I really believe that seeing the faces and hearing the voices of these people made it possible for me to find a way out of the darkness. Religion hasn't been a part of my life for a long time, if ever, but I do have a new found appreciation of the principle of faith. I say that your friends and family are your anchor. I had screwed around with some bizarre 'performances' that I filmed on Super 8 for a film class I was taking at SFAI, but the pieces were super raw and primitive. I feel blessed and very fortunate, but a lot of my dreams continue to evade me...
And you can REALLY hold their hands, not just sing about it. IR: How many motorcycles do you have and what makes/models? After I began to explore what an actor actually is, I studied for three years before I had the guts to go on an audition. IR: How did you get your first agent and/or manager representation?
Gale Morgan Harold III (born July 10, 1969) is an American actor known for his leading and recurring roles on Queer as Folk, Deadwood, Desperate Housewives, Grey's Anatomy, The Secret Circle and Defiance.
He played the leading man in the indie hit film Falling for Grace. His father was an engineer and his mother a real estate agent.
He was suspected as gay and the people also doubted on him.
However, Gale does not seem to be a gay man in real life because we all have already witnessed quite the drama that happened between him and his ex-girlfriend.
The New York casting director hadn’t even marked my tape for the show’s producers to watch, but they accidentally somehow saw it and said, ‘This is the guy.’ “They flew me out twice.