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  1. Strong, disciplined and talented are just a few words to describe actor Harold "House" Moore. "House" as he likes to be called, can currently be seen starring on the hit VH1 series "Single Ladies". His character of "Terrence" was such a fan favorite over the past two seasons that they have brought House on as a series regular to the show for season 3! "Single Ladies" stars Lisa Raye McCoy (Keisha), Denise Vasi (Raquel), Charity Shea (April) and is a romantic comedy series about Keisha,......  Read Full Bio »

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  1. Strong, disciplined and talented are just a few words to describe actor Harold "House" Moore. "House" as he likes to be called, can currently be seen starring on the hit VH1 series "Single Ladies". His character of "Terrence" was such a fan favorite over the past two seasons that they have brought House on as a series regular to the show for season 3!

    "Single Ladies" stars Lisa Raye McCoy (Keisha), Denise Vasi (Raquel), Charity Shea (April) and is a romantic comedy series about Keisha, Raquel and April - best friends with different philosophies on love, sex and relationships, proving not all women have the same desires. Set in the world of Atlanta fashion, music and celebrity, "Single Ladies" asks the question: What do women really want?

    A native of Detroit, House began his earliest acting pursuits in theatre while attending Alabama State University. While there, he parlayed his skills into television and film acting, hosting, and modeling, while also utilizing his athletic ability on the college basketball team. After graduating college, House moved to Atlanta, GA and put to use his philanthropic nature by working with inner city youth and low-income families as a behavioral therapist and life coach. While there, House was scouted by Elite Models. In an instant, he was re-introduced to entertainment, an industry he calls his "true calling", and moved to Los Angeles in 2006 to fully pursue film and television.

    House's past credits include, in 2012 a series regular role as "Jackpot," a rookie cop in the Robert De Niro produced CBS series "NYC 22." In addition, he has also guest starred on such hit series as "The Shield," "CSI," "Tyler Perry's House of Payne" and "Necessary Roughness." House's motion picture credits include a lead role in the 2007 indie film The Hammer (for which he was critically touted as "new one to watch in Hollywood"). He followed that with a strong supporting role in the 2012 indie Guardian of Eden.

    Outside of his entertainment career, House can be seen off the screen working as a strong advocate for youth development, exposure, and education, providing hands-on mentorship and coaching programs in connection with YMCA, Boys and Girls Club, and AAU Sports. House also holds his own youth geared non-profit organization, and distributes his time between multiple other non-profit based organizations.

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