Harley Cross Biography

Birthday: 1978-07-17
Place of Birth: New York City, New York
Wiki Biography: Harley Cross was born in New York in 1978. He first became interested in acting at age four when he was chosen by an audience to participate in a children's play. He attended school in Massillion in Paris, France and speaks fluent French. Cross made his film debut as Diane Keaton's son in "Mrs. Soffel." He went on to portray Tom Berenger's son in "Someone to Watch Over Me" and Jane Fonda's son in "Stanley & Iris." Cross was excellent as Martin Sheen's son in the disturbing horror film "The Believers" and was likewise outstanding as a crafty little boy who's abducted by ruthless hired killers Roy Scheider and Adam Baldwin in the terrific road movie thriller "Cohen and Tate." Cross gave his most impressive and accomplished performance to date as a deeply troubled and psychotic 12-year-old juvenile delinquent sociopath in the potent and unnerving indie drama "The Boy Who Cried Bitch." Cross recently had a small part as a young man in a gay bar in the acclaimed "Kinsey." In addition to his motion picture credits, Cross has also acted in several TV commercials and did guest spots on the TV shows "Sister Kate," "Law and Order," and "Touched by An Angel." An avid sports enthusiast who enjoys scuba diving, horseback riding and ice-skating, Harley Cross is the co-founder of the breath mint company Hint Mint.

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TV Title Appeared As Year Genre
Sister Kate Eugene Colodner 1989 - 1990
Dudley Fred Bristol 1993 - 1993
Movies Title Appeared As Year Genre
Mrs. Soffel Clarence Soffel 1984 Drama, Romance
Where Are The Children? 1986
Someone to Watch Over Me 1987 0
The Believers Chris Jamison 1987 Drama, Horror, Mystery
A Hobo's Christmas Bobby Grovner 1987
Cohen and Tate 1989 Crime, Thriller
Stanley and Iris Richard King 1990
The Boy Who Cried Bitch 1992 Drama
To Dance with the White Dog 1993 Drama
Perdita Durango 1997 Action, Crime, Drama
Interstate 84 Freddie 2000 Drama, Mystery
Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth Dawson 2001 Comedy, Horror