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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 VH1’s 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. This breakthrough performance has been recognized by critics as a performance lead by one of Hollywood’s hottest new stars.
His face can also be seen on numerous television ads and major national campaigns for brands including but not limited to Expedia, Payless, Dunkin’ Donuts, Time Warner, Subway, Bally Total Fitness, Lincoln, Budlight, as well as national print ads for DiamondBack, Sketchers, Lincoln, Boost Mobile, K Swiss, Bacardi, and an editorial spread for XXL Magazine.
Outside of his entertainment career, House can be seen off the screen working as a strong advocate for youth development, exposure, and education, providing hands-on mentorship and coaching programs in connection with YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, and AAU Sports.
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