Born Harold Hochstein, to a Jewish acting family, he began his career on Broadway in 1939 and appeared in five plays in the next six years, following which he made his motion picture debut. Although he would go on to perform secondary roles in a number of films, he became a recognizable face to television viewers for his more than 150 guest appearances on numerous shows from the 1950s through to the early 1980s. In 1964 he was nominated for an Emmy Award for the "Outstanding Single Performance by an Actor in a Leading Role" for his role in The Nurses.
In the 1970s, while continuing to work in television, Stone returned to the stage, directing several plays that made it to Broadway.
One of his notable roles was as Paul Newman's abusive father in Somebody Up There Likes Me (1956). He was also prominent in Spartacus (1960).
Harold Stone Facts
|Birthday||March 13, 1913|
|Birthplace||New York, New York, USA|
|Date of death||November 18, 2005 (Woodland Hills, California, USA, age 92)|
|Bowling For Columbine|
|War & Remembrance|
|Smash Up: Story Of A Woman|
|War and Remembrance|
|Man With The Golden Arm|
|Born on the Fourth of July|