Curtis Dean Harrier
BiographySanta Ana, California, USA
It's been said it's not where you're from but where you belong. From the field of dreams to the glamour of the silver screen a tried and true Southern California native boy by the name of Curtis Dean Harrier would take heed to an undeniable calling. Born as the son of Mark Raymond Harrier a young Curtis stayed close to his hard working single father and was introduced to a not so bright side of life at a tender age. In 2001 he made his first on screen performance as he represented the West Coast in the Colt World Series. Read more... ring became confirmation that struggle was the first stage of success. In 2004 Curtis made the conscious decision to prioritize his acting career above all else. For three years he patiently crafted his art, all the while plotting his pounce upon the unexpecting movie industry. Curtis made his acting debut in the role of the "Junkie" in David Mamet's "American Buffalo". With a genuine boost of confidence he then followed up with a succession of plays including "Biloxi Blues", "Grease", "Lost Souls" and "Laughter on the 23rd Floor". It was the academy he once attended that ultimately became the liaison from theater to serious film and television. With numerous roles such as "The Bronx Boy Punks", "The Ice Harvest", "Port Charles", "Happy Hour", "Courting Alice" and "Beggars & Choosers", the big scheme of things eventually became quite transparent. Most importantly, on the more lighter humorous side of life, to know Curtis as an actor is a touch ironic, being that he can never be caught "acting", only expressing his charismatic understanding of the world he lives in and the world that lives within himself.