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The Rage Monthly wanted to shed new light on this intelligent, articulate and thoughtful actor and learn more about just what he’s been up to, his memories of the experience of being part of such a successful show and his thoughts on the acting profession as it relates to his craft.Gale Harold along with Jennifer Beals are being honored for their contribution to the LGBT experience for their roles in Queer As Folk and The L Word on June 5 at The Center Orange County 2010 Gala Celebration.(laughter) I moved to Los Angeles and was fortunate to meet some really great people and started studying. But, hopefully he’ll learn a lesson when he goes to “Glee” school and understand things better.Asking Gale to reflect back on the show, he shares one of his most vivid memories of that time in his career.“There are so many.There are hundreds of specific memories but I think in terms of an overall memory that comes back to me…is how invigorating it was to be working on the role. It was a little touch and go at first because I just had to make choices and not let myself be swayed by my own self-editing or nervousness.Whether it is on the stage in recent productions of two plays by Tennessee Williams or guest starring on television in Desperate Housewives and CSI: New York, how does Harold feel that he has grown as an actor over the past few years? It depends on the type of roles that you are playing and whether you are live or in front of the camera. It’s hard to look back over a couple of years and say this or that ‘has or hasn’t changed’ but I did my first role singing and playing guitar in front of a live audience [in Orpheus Descending] which was terrifying so…that was certainly a new thing.”Gale Harold is quite familiar with playwright Tennessee Williams.He has recently starred as Valentine in Orpheus Descending and also as Dr. Harold explains what captivates him about Williams’ work as a playwright.“It’s very simple. It’s beyond any normal observation or conviction of passion.I always understood playwriting as more of a literary thing. When I made that sort of change and started studying what it was actually like…the method of putting a character across, I studied three years straight before I went on an audition.
Most of the artists that I love, have or had a secret and it’s a difficult thing to tell the secret in a new way. ”Harold didn’t always dream of being an actor when he was younger.
He explains, “My story is that I didn’t start out dreaming to be an actor.