Harold House Moore began his earliest acting pursuits in theater while attending Alabama State University, where he also played basketball. After graduating from college he moved to Atlanta and worked with inner-city youth and low-income families as a behavioral therapist/life coach. It was there he was scouted by Elite Models and moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to pursue feature film and television work. His television credits include a recurring role on “Single Ladies” and guest-starring roles in “Necessary Roughness,” “CSI,” “Lie to Me,” “Tyler Perry’s House of Payne,” “The Shield,” “Crash” and the television movie “The Rosa Parks Story.” He has appeared in numerous television commercials as well as national print campaigns. He also starred in several music videos with hip-hop stars such as Jay-Z, Missy Elliott, David Banner, I-20, Ying-Yang Twins and R&B superstars Whitney Houston, TLC, Destiny's Child and Mariah Carey. His feature film credits include a starring role as boxer Robert Brown opposite Adam Corolla in “The Hammer.” Moore is an advocate for youth development and exposure and education, including hands-on leading mentorship and coaching programs in connection with YMCA and Boys and Girls Club, AAU Sports and his own youth-geared non-profit organization, along with working with other non-profit based organizations. Moore is a native of Detroit, Mich. and his birth date is Jan. 27.