Birth Name: Harold Gould
Birth Place: Schenectady, New York, USA
Death Place: Woodland Hills, California, USA
Born Dec. 10, 1923 in Schenectady, NY, Gould actually began his career as an instructor and later a professor of acting on the university level. He made his professional stage debut in 1955, playing Thomas Jefferson in "The Common Glory" in Williamsburg, VA. It was not until 1969 that Gould made his New York City stage debut in the off-Broadway production of "The Increased Difficulty of Concentration," for which he won an OBIE Award. He later appeared in the Broadway production of Neil Simon's "Fools" and played in a host of productions at theatres throughout the U.S., including "I Never Sang for My Father" in both Washington, DC and Los Angeles. Gould would later reprise the role of the f...