Harold Nicholas

Birthday: Mar 27, 1921
Birthplace: Not Available
Actor and acrobatic dancer Harold Nicholas and his brother Fayard were among the most popular novelty nightclub acts of the '30s and '40s. The Nicholas brothers were born to a family of performers. They were an energetic duo, known for injecting spectacular back flips, high jumps, and splits into their routines. They developed their unique dance style themselves and got their start in African-American nightclubs. Later they became a staple at New York's prestigious Cotton Club where they performed for many years. The Nicholas Brothers also appeared in a few Broadway musicals, and during the '60s appeared on television. Once married to Dorothy Dandridge, Harold Nicholas has played supporting roles in at least five films. He also worked on television and returned to Broadway in the 1980s.

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61% Funny Bones Hal Dalzell 1995
35% The Five Heartbeats Sarge 1991
50% Tap Harold 1989
No Score Yet Tapdancin' Actor 1981
No Score Yet Disco 9000 (Fass Black) Midget 1977
71% Uptown Saturday Night Little Seymour 1974
71% The Pirate Actor 1948
No Score Yet Carolina Blues Dance Specialty 1944
No Score Yet Orchestra Wives Himself 1942
No Score Yet Tin Pan Alley Dance Specialty 1940
No Score Yet Down Argentine Way Specialty 1940
No Score Yet The Big Broadcast of 1936 Dot 1935

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