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Harve Presnell was an American film and theater actor and singer.
At the age of 7, the future actor was discovered to have singing talent, so it was decided to make him a leading singer of the church choir.
When he just turned 21, Harve got a leading part in David by Darius Milhauds.
In 1964, Harve got his first notable role in The Unsinkable Molly Brown. That Broadway role made Harve’s face recognizable a few years before the film version of the performance was released.
Best Known for
In 1964, the actor appeared in a film version of The Unsinkable Molly Brown.
In 1984, Harve starred in soap opera Ryan’s Hope.
Playing a role of Big Ed in The Family Man, Harve starred side by side with Nicholas Cage.
His most famous role was in the film Farho by Ethan Coen and Wade Gustafson.
There is no confirmed information about Presnell’s religious beliefs, as he had never shared his views on this field.
Harve Presnell was straight. He was married twice and had six kids. With his second wife Harve lived till his dying days.
Worth to Know
Harve Presnell is known not only for his acting talent, but also for his magical voice. In 1960, the actor recorded his baritone part together with Philadelphia Orchestra in Carmina Burana conducted by Eugene Ormandy.
Unfortunately, no one can cheat on the death, even the most talented and gifted. At the age of 75, this singing actor died of pancreatic cancer and its complications.