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Harold "House" Moore

An actor and model known as much for his on-screen charisma as he is for his strong athletic build, Harold House Moore is a promising talent most widely recognized for his series regular role on Single Ladies. His additional portrayal of Jackpot, a rookie cop on Robert De Niro and CBS’s NYC 22, does not let us forget about other past work like a starring role as boxer Robert Brown on The Hammer. Even so, there is more to House, a name he is referred to by most, than meets the eye.

A native of Detroit, House began his earliest acting pursuits in theatre while Attending Alabama State University. While there, he parlayed his skills into television and film acting, hosting, and modeling, while also utilizing his athletic ability on the college basketball team. After graduating college, House moved to Atlanta GA and put to use his philanthropy nature by working with inner city youth and low-income families as a behavioral therapist and life coach. While there, House was scouted by Elite Models. In an instant, he was re-introduced to entertainment, an industry he calls his “true calling”, and moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to fully pursue film and television.

House is proving to thrive as a favored actor, reaching most televisions this year and slowly becoming a “house” name. Adding to credits for Single Ladies and Hammer, TV Guest-Star and recurring credits include but are not limited to Lie to Me, Crash, The Shield, CSI, and Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. House also goes back to his athletic roots as he graces the football field guest starring on USA’s Necessary Roughness. House’s talent is not only limited to his acting performances. His face can also be seen on numerous television ads and major national campaigns for brands.

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