Harold Dennis has high expectancy for his future, beginning his acting career in 1997 in Chicago. Harold started with two acting classes taught by the late Okoro Harold Johnson, beginning and advanced acting, studying the Stanislavski Method which ran on Tuesday and Wednesday nights for a whole school year.
In 1999 he was cast as Ernest in "Impromptu", which ran for a short period at the Excalibur Shakespeare Company of Chicago, The award-winning, multiracial, Professional Chamber Theatre in Residence at the Harrison Street Galleries Studio Theatre in Oak Park, IL..
October 2004 Mr. Dennis was cast as the title character in the feature film "Pieces of a Dream". The film received praise from individuals from all over the planet and Roger Ebert said it was "an extremely interesting film". He has taken on the role of mentor to people wanting to act. His mentors are his aunt (actress) Marian Rolle, (musician/ actor)the late John Watson Sr., Ted Sarantos and the late Okoro Harold Johnson. You can view some of his film credits by visiting www.imdb.com/name/nm1815557.