Harold Foxx

Artist Bio
Harold Eugene Catron Jr, better known by his stage name Harold Foxx, is a writer, comedian, filmmaker, and actor who happens to be Deaf. Originally from Memphis, Tennessee, Harold went on to play football for Gallaudet University in Washington, D.C. while also earning his B.A. degree. He resides in Los Angeles, California, and created “The Harold Foxx Show,” an online series of comedic video sketches currently available on various social media platforms and is well known for his stand up comedy. Harold wrote, produced, and directed Smell the Nature for 2021 Easterseals Disability Film Challenge. Also serving as Associate Producer for feature film - documentary Being Michelle and was Post Production intern for a comedy and romantic feature film Something from Tiffany’s by Amazon Studios.

Gallaudet University - BS: Physical Education
Gallaudet University - Certification: Leadership Training in Theatre Arts for Deaf and Hard of Hearing People of Color.
Deaf Professional Arts Network - Internship: Content Creator, Editing, Screenwriting and Filmmaking.
The Groundlings Theatre & School - Improvisation and Sketch Comedy.
Deaf Spotlight - Virtual Intermediate Playwriting Workshop.
National Theatre of the Deaf - Online Playwrights Convening.

Professional Experience:
Deaf West Theatre / Pasadena Playhouse - Our Town: Role Howie Newsome
Playwrights Horizons - I was alive with you (Off- Broadway Production): Role Shadow Knox.
Flappers Comedy Club - Harold Foxx Live ( Stand-up Comedy)

Teaching Experience
Teaching Artist Intern under Deaf West Theatre Education Program, I was co director with Troy Kotsur directing a play at Mayall Elementary School in Northridge, CA

375 Central Ave #183, Riverside, CA 92507

Email: iamharoldfoxx@gmail.com

Phone: 703-362-2824 (Text Only)

Website: http://www.HaroldFoxx.com


Artistic Discipline: 
Theatre Arts, Performing Arts, Playwright, TV/Film Screenwriting, Stand Up Comedian
Disability type: