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Published:August 9th, 2006 08:00 EST
Judyth Piazza chats with Harold St. Croix, Actor

Judyth Piazza chats with Harold St. Croix, Actor

By Judyth Piazza CEO (Editor)

Harold St. Croix grew up with twelve children in Pointe La Haye, Newfoundland, and Canada. He attended a one room classroom for a few years. The St. Croix`s were competitive with themselves and others in sports. He was involved in a lot of community activities such as long distance running in the 9th grade and ended up running high school cross country, road races, track and became the top high school runner in Newfoundland in the mid 70`s as well at the senior men`s level.

St. Croix competed at the provincial, national and international competitions and won medals at each level. He ran at the elite level for over 20 years and now stays healthy and fit. He moved to Toronto about 15 years ago to work in the film and TV industry and worked with the CBC TV in production for eight years, attended acting classes at Second City as well as film and TV acting classes.

While working at CBC he got an agent and had the acting bug and pursued modeling, print work, TV commercials, film and TV roles. St. Croix also worked on Hollywood productions like Chicago where he had a small role of a reporter and worked with big stars like Richard Gere and Rene Zelleweger. He worked with Denzel Washington on the Hurricane and worked on Canadian productions like Due South where he played a policeman and a reporter as well as played the role of a fisherman in the Canadian TV series Quest for the Sea which was recently run on History Television in Canada as well as shown on PBS in the US.

Recently, St. Croix was cast in an Ed Meyer movie where he will play a co-starring role of a policeman and this will be his first time going to Hollywood to do a movie. He has always dreamed to work in Hollywood with major stars.

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