• 15 April 1952
  •  USA

Harry Gold


Born in Paris, France and raised in New York City, Harry began his professional career, as an actor at the age of twelve when was he was cast as one of Fagin's boys in the hit Broadway show Oliver. Thus began his professional career in show business. Throughout his teen years Harry appeared in countless commercials and theater projects while also pursuing a career as a singer and musician. In 1975 Harry, his wife to be Bonnie, and their 2 daughters Tracey and Missy made the big move to California. Things happened pretty quickly. Harry booked guest roles in MASH, 8 is enough, Maude and many other TV shows. There were roles in films such as The Worlds Greatest Lover, American Family and his favorite Carrie. In 1981 after much soul searching Harry applied for a job at a small talent agency and began this new journey as a talent agent. One year later, with 2 employees, he opened up Harry Gold & Associates. Representing adult actors. Things expanded quickly and soon enough the legendary youth division was formed. HGA was the first agency to represent both adult and young actors in a big way. "We pride ourselves in saying that for many years we've represented some of the top actors in the business young and old. While we've developed the careers of some of the biggest names in the business we also have the honor of representing Oscar, Golden Globe, Emmy and TONY winners. Through some name changes over the years in 2002 the company permanently changed its name to TalentWorks and so it is today. Since 1992 Harry has been a proud, elected board member of the Association of Talent Agents. Harry has a wife of many years, 5 beautiful daughters and 7 grand children with more on the way.


Movie Name Release Date
Κάρι, έκρηξη οργής – Carrie (1976) November 16, 1976