Harry was a member of the main-stage and touring companies of Chicago City Limits: one of New York’s premier improvisational comedy troupes. Along with John Telfer & Wayne Barker, he co-founded the interactive, improvisational radio company Radio Active Theater, which could be heard weekly on WFMU and WKCR.
His one-man show, Work=Pain=Success has been performed in NYC, New Jersey and Philadelphia. The NY Post found it “one of the funniest and most insightful solo vehicles mounted this year.”
Along with partner Richard Rosen, he has written and performed on NPR’s All Things Considered. Also, with Rob Battles, they have written the NY Times best selling humor books, Bad Cat, Bad Dog, Bad Baby, Bad President, and Throw The Damn Ball.
His television pilot, BSI, which he starred in, co-directed, produced and wrote, won the Hoboken International Film Festival’s “Best TV Pilot.”
Harry has performed in films and television. His more memorable roles have included “The Registered Sex Offender” on Law & Order and “The Unsavory Man” on One Life to Live.
For over twenty five years, he has been a voiceover actor for TV and radio commercials, narrations and promos.