Harold Surratt

Harold Surratt

Harold Surratt

(Bio as of February 2012)

Harold Surratt most recently appeared at the Goodman in The Convert during the 2011/2012 Season. Other recent credits include Dominique Morisseau’s Follow Me To Nellie’s at Premiere Stages and Cormac McCarthy’s The Sunset Limited at Triad Stage. His Broadway credits include Serious Money, directed by Max Stafford-Clark and Impressionism (understudy), directed by Jack O’Brien. He has appeared off Broadway in performances at The Public Theater, Urban Stages Theater and Keen Company. Regional credits include King Lear with the Classical Theatre of Harlem at Folger Theatre, The Actors’ Gang national tour of The Exonerated and productions at the North Carolina Shakespeare Festival, Connecticut Repertory Theatre, American Conservatory Theater (company member), Berkeley Repertory Theatre, South Coast Repertory, Denver Center Theatre Company, Pacific Conservatory of the Performing Arts, Boston Court Performing Arts Center (Pasadena, California) and the Berkshire Playwrights Lab. His television credits include The Temptations mini-series, Fringe, ER, The District, The Practice and Her Hidden Truth, and he has appeared on film in Blood In, Blood Out; The Pelican Brief; The Dream Team and Sudden Death.

View IMDb page       View IBDB page

Watch & Listen More

  • The Convert Rehearsal Photos
  • The Convert Production Photos