Harold Gould

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Harold Gould was an American actor, best known for playing Miles Webber on NBC’s The Golden Girls, Martin Morgenstern on CBS’ Rhoda, and Ben Sprague on NBC’s Spencer.

Notable film credits include Troupers, Freaky Friday, Brother Bear, Stuart Little, Patch Adams, Whisper of the Heart, Romero, Love and Death, The Front Page, The Sting, Harper, Marnie, and The Yellow Canary.

Broadway credits include Harold's debut as Doctor Zubritsky in Fools (Eugene O'Neill Theatre); Herman Lewis in Mixed Emotions (John Golden Theatre); Beauchamp in Artist Descending a Staircase (Helen Hayes Theatre); and Jack in Grown Ups (Lyceum Theatre). Off-Broadway credits include Moe Crubbs in The Viagara Falls (Little Shubert Theatre); Artie Shaughnessy in The House of Blue Leaves (Truck and Warehouse Theatre); and Sosias in Amphitryon and his OBIE Award-winning performance as Dr. Eduard Huml in The Increased Difficulty of Concentration (Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater).