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Harry Harvey Biography

  • Profession: Actor
  • Born: Jan 1, 0001
  • Died: Nov 27, 1985

Actor Harry Harvey Sr. started out in minstrel shows and burlesque. His prolific work in Midwestern stock companies led to film assignments, beginning at RKO in 1934. [[Performer~P30856~Harvey~harvey]]'s avuncular appearance (he looked like every stage doorman named Pop who ever existed) won him featured roles in mainstream films and comic-relief and sheriff parts in B-westerns. His best known "prestige" film assignment was the role of New York Yankees manager Joe McCarthy in the 1942 Lou Gehrig biopic [[Feature~V39137~Pride of the Yankees~theprideoftheyankees]]. Remaining active into the TV era, Harry Harvey Sr. had continuing roles on two series, The Roy Rogers Show and It's a Man's World, and showed up with regularity on such video sagebrushers as Cheyenne and [[Feature~V85615~Bonanza~bonanzatown]]. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi