Gale Harold
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Gale Harold
Gale Morgan Harold III is an American actor widely known for his roles on Queer as Folk, The Secret Circle, Desperate Housewives and Hellcats.
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<i>BACK TO THE FLOOD</i> With Alan Cumming
Huffington Post - over 3 years
The latest installment from The Being Experience is BACK TO THE FLOOD featuring Alan Cumming narrating a story about a tragic suicide, while my soul and other things drowned in the flood. This was a moment of artist holding on through art as I replayed Alan's analogy of his own personal story, "Cakewalk," to get through a couple of rough times. But why be heavy when life is just so... life, and I am utterly in love with existence -- however hard it is at times. So let us go BACK TO THE FLOOD, where the story was not born, but where it took a turn into a darker more complex territory. BLOUIN I ARTINFO had the premiere of what was the fifth installment from The Being Experience. Jordan Riefe wrote the piece. He could tell I was skeptical, but ignited. In order to celebrate this, The Development had its second private gathering... The wizard let people in. "Right this way..." said Allison. "Welcome... "I have a lot of shit going on and I want to have a good time" ...
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Preview of and Clip from The Secret Circle Season Finale Episode 1.22 - Family
Dread Central - almost 5 years
Honestly, we could go either way when it comes to The CW renewing "The Secret Circle" or not, but we do want to see who lives and who dies when the dust clears in the Season 1 finale, entitled "Family"...and if Thomas Dekker ever raises his voice above a whisper. "The Secret Circle" Episode 1.22 "Family" (5/10/12 Air Date; 9:00-10:00 PM): CASSIE AND DIANA UNLEASH THEIR DARK MAGIC, CHARLES AND DAWN GET A SHOT AT RESTORING THEIR POWERS, AND FAYE FIGHTS FOR HER LIFE IN THIS JAW-DROPPNG SEASON FINALE — After Faye (Phoebe Tonkin) is attacked by the Witch Hunters, Jake (Chris Zylka), Melissa (Jessica Parker Kennedy) and Adam (Thomas Dekker) set out to save her. Blackwell (guest star Joe Lando) tells Cassie (Britt Robertson) and Diana (Shelley Hennig) that the only way to stop the Witch Hunters is to use their Balcoin blood to unleash the Crystal Skull. Diana is reluctant, but Cassie convinces her it’s the only way to help their friend, but she’ll need to tap into her dark magic to do ...
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The Secret Circle Scoop: Nick Is Back — What Does This Mean for the Circle?
WGGB - almost 5 years
“Nick is back in a big way,” Chris Zylka warns. Way to understate the obvious! First, The Secret Circle spent time introducing us to the new coven members who would help Cassie (Britt Robertson) discover her magic, only to then kill one of the series’ supposed main characters off in the fifth episode. Nick (Louis Hunter) was then replaced by his older, more brooding brother Jake (Zylka), who eventually went from working with the Witch Hunters to against them. Save These Shows: 14 bubble shows we hope will survive Now, it seems, Nick has been resurrected to track down the remaining crystal and thwart the Circle’s attempts at combining them to create the sure-fire weapon against the Witch Hunters, the Crystal Skull. How will the Circle feel about Nick’s return? For Jake, it may not be a happy reunion. “Jake’s going to… Read More &gt; Other Links From TVGuide.com Gale Harold Thomas Dekker Jessica Parker Kennedy Phoebe Tonkin Chris Zylka Britt Robertson ...
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The Secret Circle's Gale Harold Talks Crystals, Madness, and Tornadoes of Pain
The Guestlist - almost 5 years
If you think it's hard to be a teenager in Chance Harbor, just look at the grown-ups! They basically have nothing to do but bicker over quartz and become alcoholics. Not so coincidentally, the same lack of activity seems to be true of the older actors on the show. For most of this season, The Secret Circle's star-studded roster of parents has been trapped in a loop of aimless scheming and plagued by a complete lack of awareness of what their kids have been up to (not to mention the fact that they were all in mortal danger). But that's...  More &gt;&gt;
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Producer's Previews of The Vampire Diaries Ep. 3.20 - Do Not Go Gentle and The Secret Circle Ep. 1.20 - Traitor
Dread Central - almost 5 years
Season 3 is winding down for "The Vampire Diaries", and that can only mean one thing: Time for another "decade dance"! Check out a preview of Episode 3.20, "Do Not Go Gentle", with executive producer Julie Plec to prepare yourself for the murderous and romantic festivities. We also have a producer's preview for "The Secret Circle" Episode 1.20, "Traitor", in which executive producer Andrew Miller reminds us about crystals and the horrors carnivals may hold. "The Vampire Diaries" Episode 3.20 "Do Not Go Gentle" (4/26/12 Air Date; 8:00-9:00 PM): WHAT THE WORLD HAS TO OFFER — Alaric (Matt Davis) finds an unexpected ally to guide him on his dangerous new path while Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Meredith (guest star Torrey Devitto) try to figure out what their next move should be. At the school’s 1920s Decade Dance, Bonnie (Kat Graham) asks Jamie (guest star Robert Ri’chard) to go with her, and, at Caroline’s (Candice Accola) suggestion, Elena (Nina Dobrev) asks Stefan (Paul Wesley) t ...
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Previews of and Clips from The Vampire Diaries Ep. 3.20 - Do Not Go Gentle and The Secret Circle Ep. 1.20 - Traitor
Dread Central - almost 5 years
"The Vampire Diaries" and "The Secret Circle" have just three more episodes to air this season, and things are definitely heating up on both shows. Here are sneak peeks of the upcoming "Do Not Go Gentle" and "Traitor", respectively. "The Vampire Diaries" Episode 3.20 "Do Not Go Gentle" (4/26/12 Air Date; 8:00-9:00 PM): WHAT THE WORLD HAS TO OFFER — Alaric (Matt Davis) finds an unexpected ally to guide him on his dangerous new path while Damon (Ian Somerhalder) and Meredith (guest star Torrey Devitto) try to figure out what their next move should be. At the school’s 1920s Decade Dance, Bonnie (Kat Graham) asks Jamie (guest star Robert Ri’chard) to go with her, and, at Caroline’s (Candice Accola) suggestion, Elena (Nina Dobrev) asks Stefan (Paul Wesley) to be her date. Caroline is pleasantly surprised when Tyler (Michael Trevino) shows up at the dance determined to sweep her off her feet, but Klaus (Joseph Morgan) does his best to come between them. The dance takes a deadly ...
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TELEVISION REVIEW; Daughters of 'Buffy' Come Out, Red in Tooth and Fingernails
NYTimes - over 5 years
The new television season arrives this week with a pair of premieres on the CW network, coming in on little catfight feet. Young woman's inhumanity to young woman is an evergreen theme at CW, where attention is focused firmly on the 18-to-34 female demographic. ''Ringer,'' on Tuesday night, stars Sarah Michelle Gellar as twins: Bridget, a former
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Noah Wyle, Virginia Madsen, Mark Valley Lead WINDOWS ON THE WORLD 9/12 - Broadway World
Google News - over 5 years
... Buffy the Vampire Slayer, The Santaland Diaries at The Blank), Justina Machado (Six Feet Under, In the Heights), Perry Ojeda (Broadway and West End star), and Gale Harold (Queer as Folk, The Secret Circle), with more to be announced soon
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The Official Synopsis for The Secret Circle Episode 1; More on Natasha ... - Dread Central
Google News - over 5 years
However, the Circle has not been drawn together again by chance – Diana&#39;s father, Charles Meade (Gale Harold, “Queer as Folk,” “Desperate Housewives”) has plans of his own for the group. Liz Friedlander directed the episode written by Andrew Miller
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More Deets on The Secret Circle's Lovable Bad Boy, Charles Meade - Wetpaint
Google News - over 5 years
Charles Meade (Gale Harold) might commit murder and arson all within the first few minutes of The Secret Circle premiere, but aside from his villainous hobbies, he&#39;s totally lovable! The Secret Circle&#39;s executive producer Andrew Miller chatted with
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New 'The Secret Circle' Videos: The Cast Spills Series Secrets - BuddyTV
Google News - over 5 years
On the clips from The CW below, catch Thomas Dekker, Ashley Crow, Gale Harold, and more. They discuss just what their characters will be up to once The Secret Circle airs this September. Another video shows Dekker, playing Adam, discussing more secrets
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Secret Circle Spoiler! Gale Harold Spills on Charles Meade's Sinister Tendencies - Wetpaint
Google News - over 5 years
You might remember Gale Harold (Charles Meade) from Desperate Housewives and Hellcats, but he&#39;s moved on to greener pastures of a villainous nature. Gale plays Charles Meade in The CW&#39;s new series The Secret Circle, and he recently hit up Zap2it to
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'The Secret Circle' preview: Will Gale Harold make us love the bad guy? - Zap2it.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
As a counterpoint to Cassie&#39;s innocence and good intentions, we have Gale Harold as Charles Meade. It&#39;s no secret that in the first scene of the series, Charles kills his old friend Amelia... who happens to be Cassie&#39;s mother
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'Secret Circle's' Gale Harold on murder, magic, and good vs. evil - Zap2it.com (blog)
Google News - over 5 years
As longtime fans of his work, we weren&#39;t surprised that Gale Harold&#39;s performance as the villainous Charles Meade in the opening scene of &quot;The Secret Circle&quot; pilot blew us away. When, later on in the episode, he once again had
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The Secret Circle's Mythology Isn't the Same as The Vampire Diaries - BuzzSugar.com
Google News - over 5 years
He stopped by TCA today, along with the show&#39;s producers and stars Britt Robertson, Thomas Dekker, Gale Harold, and Natasha Henstridge. The cast and showrunners talked about its parallels (and big differences) to The Vampire Diaries and why there ...&nbsp;-&nbsp;-
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OFFBEAT: New Michael Jackson tribute stage show part of GSU 2011-2012 Season - nwitimes.com
Google News - over 5 years
Actor Gale Harold (&quot;Hellcats&quot;) is 42. Country singer Gary LeVox of Rascal Flatts is 41. Actress Sofia Vergara (&quot;Modern Family&quot;) is 39. &quot;Bachelor&quot; turned newlywed Andrew Firestone is 36. Actor Adrian Grenier is 35. Actress Gwendoline Yeo (&quot;Desperate
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Gale Harold
    FORTIES
  • 2014
    Age 44
    He was also cast in the sci-fi/action movie "Andron: The Black Labyrinth" that was directed by Francesco Cinquemani and the shootings took place in Malta and Italy from August 25 till September 8, 2014.
    More Details Hide Details On October 14, 2008, Harold was hospitalized at USC Medical Center's intensive care unit after a serious motorcycle accident. He remained in critical condition after swelling of the brain was discovered as well as a fractured shoulder. Harold was subsequently released from intensive care and returned to complete his interrupted role on Desperate Housewives. The online motorcycle publication Clutch & Chrome, which had followed his recovery closely, celebrated his new Hellcats role with an article on August 3, 2010. During the shootings of Vanished in 2006, Harold shot a short video for the Amber Watch Foundation showing his support about missing children. In the video he stated that "nationwide 1.3 million children go missing each year" and urged people to be a champion for child safety. Harold is a supporter of the LGBT community. On July 16, 2012 at the first Annual Hot 100 Party by the site After Ellen/After Elton, he recorded an It Gets Better video sending his message and advising gay teens to remember their heroes. In the one-minute video, he says: "Some of the most important people in my life lived through what a lot of you are going through right now. And they stayed true no matter how painful and they probably considered backing out many times, but I thank God that they didn't. For instance, someone like Tennessee Williams. If he hadn't done what he did, we wouldn't have that beautiful art to read and to watch on the stage" and he closes with the phrase: "The truth will come out.
    In 2014, Harold participated in different projects including the short film "Thirst" that was directed by Rachel McDonald and premiered at the Locarno Film Festival in Switzerland on August 7, 2014, and the film "Echo Park" that premiered in the LA Film Festival on June 14, 2014.
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  • 2013
    Age 43
    In 2013, Harold was cast as Reggie in a short film named The Spirit Game.
    More Details Hide Details The film had its World Premiere at the Cannes Film Festival and the screening took place on May 20, 2013 and it was released online on September 2, 2014. At the Rise 'n Shine Convention (June 9, 2013), Harold said that he was currently working on a project about Civil War, Field of Lost Shoes. Shooting of the Civil War drama began that week (June 2, 2013) in Lexington, Virginia. Dave Kennedy (screenwriter, director) said that the goal was to get Field of Lost Shoes in theaters by November 2013 but it eventually premiered on April 13, 2014 in Richmond. The movie is directed by Sean McNamara and produced by Thomas Farrell. It's based on the novel The Battle of New Market by William C.Davis.
    On January 2013, it was announced that Harold was a recurring character on the new TV series "Defiance".
    More Details Hide Details The show would air on the SyFy network from April 15, 2013. When he was asked about his character (Conor Lang) on the show Harold said: He’s a government agent who works for the Earth alliance. He’s climbing the ranks. He’s very ambitious. He sort of walks the line between diplomacy and some of the more hard-knuckled aspects of the world that they’re all in – this post-apocalyptic tribal war zone. I think, like any good politician, he’s taking his chances when they present themselves. But he’s got some past history with Amanda (played by Julie Benz) and I think he’s sort of trying to get reunited with her on some level. He’s really interested in having her come on board with his vision of how the Government should be run. Harold appeared on three episodes of the first season of the show (1.06, 1.08 and 1.09). On May 10, 2013, Syfy renewed Defiance for a 13 episode second season to air in 2014. Despite his character being killed off in the first season, Harold returned for a guest appearance in the second season of the show in the episode "Put the Damage On" and the executive producer of the show, Kevin Murphy, stated that he plans to bring the character back in season 3 as well if the show gets renewed.
  • 2011
    Age 41
    In 2011 Harold was also featured in two movies, Low Fidelity and Rehab, as one of the main characters.
    More Details Hide Details Low Fidelity was released on VOD, digital etc. on August 6, 2013.
  • 2010
    Age 40
    In July 2010, it was announced at the Television Critics Association Summer Tour that Harold had accepted a recurring role as a law professor in the upcoming series Hellcats.
    More Details Hide Details The series concluded its season with Harold's character involved in a sexual affair with the show's lead character Marti (played by Aly Michalka). However, the series was cancelled after one season. Prior to cancellation, however, it was announced that Harold would be a regular in another prospective CW series, The Secret Circle, based on a trilogy of popular young adult novels. Following considerable buzz in the press, the CW picked up The Secret Circle for the fall of 2011. The series revolved around a coven of teenage witches in a small town in Washington State (changed from Maine in the novels), each a member of a different witch clan dating back to the 17th Century. Harold played a scheming and powerful male witch who is the father of one of the teenagers. Reaction from journalists who saw the show's pilot episode was almost uniformly positive, with one writer predicting: "We feel like Gale Harold is going to steal every single scene he's in on the show, just like he basically stole this extended trailer. He was creepy as hell threatening Adam's father (Adam Harrington) and even creepier when he was putting on the nice guy act for Cassie... after killing her mother. We already love to hate him." Unfortunately, the ratings decline in the second half of the season and combined with the expensive cost of special effects, on May 11, 2012 the CW announced the cancellation of the series.
  • THIRTIES
  • 2009
    Age 39
    Six months after a serious motorcycle accident, Harold returned to play Jackson on the May 3, 2009 episode of the show.
    More Details Hide Details In January and February 2010, Gale performed alongside Denise Crosby (Star Trek: The Next Generation) and ex-model Claudia Mason in Tennessee Williams' Orpheus Descending at Theater/Theatre in Los Angeles. The production and cast received mostly positive reviews, with the Los Angeles Times calling his performance "brilliant" and adding "Harold, ideally cast, beautifully ignites with Crosby, whose unconventional interpretation is an affecting revelation."
  • 2008
    Age 38
    Harold joined the cast of Desperate Housewives on the fourth season finale May 18, 2008 as Jackson Braddock, Susan Mayer's love interest.
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  • 2007
    Age 37
    Harold appeared in November 2007 in a guest role on ABC's Grey's Anatomy as Shane, a paramedic and white supremacist with a swastika tattooed on his abdomen, who is injured in an ambulance crash.
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    Harold's co-stars in the Roundabout Theatre repertory production, a limited Off-Broadway engagement running through January 20, 2007, were Blythe Danner and Carla Gugino.
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  • 2006
    Age 36
    Harold was the male lead in the indie romantic comedy Falling for Grace, which debuted favorably at the 2006 Tribeca Film Festival (under working title East Broadway).
    More Details Hide Details Harold played an eligible New York bachelor in an inter-racial relationship with an Asian-American woman. The film screened at festivals, theaters and campuses in the U.S., China and Germany; it was released on DVD in March, 2010.
    Gale Harold returned to the New York stage in Tennessee Williams' play Suddenly, Last Summer on November 15, 2006, in the role of Dr. Cukrowicz ("Dr. Sugar").
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    Harold had the lead role of Special Agent Graham Kelton in the short-lived FOX series Vanished in 2006, but his character was killed off in the seventh episode and appeared only as a corpse in the eighth episode.
    More Details Hide Details Harold also guest-starred as Wyatt Earp in two episodes of the HBO series Deadwood and appeared twice on the CBS series The Unit. Alongside childhood idol David Bowie, Gale is an associate producer of the documentary Scott Walker: 30 Century Man.
  • 2003
    Age 33
    In 2003, Harold starred in Wake, produced by Susan Landau Finch and directed by her husband Henry Leroy Finch.
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  • 2000
    Age 30
    In 2000, Harold was cast as Brian Kinney, a central character on Showtime's popular gay drama Queer as Folk.
    More Details Hide Details During the summer-hiatus from Queer as Folk (between seasons one and two) Harold made his New York theatrical debut playing Josh in Uncle Bob along with George Morfogen. The role of Josh was difficult and very different from the one he was playing in Queer as Folk. The play received mostly positive reviews and Harold made an auspicious debut on New York theatrical stage.
  • TWENTIES
  • 1997
    Age 27
    In 1997, a friend, Susan Landau, daughter of actor Martin Landau, suggested Harold try acting.
    More Details Hide Details He relocated to Los Angeles and began a 3-year period of intensive drama study. At 28, he was accepted into the Actors Conservatory Program with the classical theater company A Noise Within. In his theatrical debut, Harold appeared as "Bunny" in Gillian Plowman's Me and My Friends.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1969
    Born
    Born on July 10, 1969.
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