Harold Gould as a UAlbany Student
Harold Gould ’47
Five-Time Emmy Nominated Actor

After years as a professor, he became a full-time actor in 1961. The big time arrived in 1972 with "The Mary Tyler Moore Show," playing the father of Rhoda, a part he expanded in the spin-off. Film fame came in 1973 as Kid Twist in The Sting. New generations know him as Lindsay Lohan's grandpa in 2003's Freaky Friday.
Harold Gould ’47
B.A. English and Social Studies New York College of Teachers
1952
Ph.D. Theatre Arts Cornell University
1961
Launched TV and
film career
numerous roles
1973
Co-starred with
Paul Newman in
The Sting
1974
Starred in hit TV
series "Rhoda"
2003
Played "Grandpa" with Lindsay Lohan in Freaky Friday


 

 

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