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December 5, 1904 - September 29, 1959, birth name Harold Joseph Huberman - American radio, film, and television actor.
Born in New York, the son of Russian immigrants Joseph Guberman and Mammy Glassberg. In 1925, Harold entered the University of New York, where in his third year he became editor of the university magazine "The Medley". But in May 1928, the university administration suspended the publication of the journal, noting that "the humor of the publications does not correspond to the appearance of the educational institution." After graduating from university in 1929, Harold Huber entered Columbia University, but dropped out after receiving his first acting job in 1930.
In September 1930, Huber landed a role in the Broadway production of Farewell to Arms. Over the next two years, he would land a small role in three Broadway productions before signing with Warner Bros. His film debut was in Central Park (1932) and an episode in 20,000 Years in Sing Sing. ". In the 1930s and 1940s, the actor starred in nearly 100 films. The first notable was the role of Arthur Nanheim in the film "The Thin Man" (1934). Further, the actor played the role of detective Charlie Chen in the films Charlie Chen on Broadway (1937), Charlie Chen in Monte Carlo (1937), Charlie Chen in the Dark City (1939) and Charlie Chen in Rio (1941 ). In 1942, Huber played Takamura in the Japanese-American film Little Tokyo, USA .
From February to October 1945, Huber played Hercule Poirot in the weekly half-hour program The Adventures of Hercule Poirot. In October 1946, Huber became the host of CBS's daily fifteen-minute radio program, Secrets of the Week. In addition, Huber portrayed Fu Manchu for some time in the radio program of the same name.
Harold Huber made his television debut as columnist Johnny Warren in the weekly half-hour drama "I Cover Times Square" .
The actor died from complications after surgery on September 29, 1959. He was buried in Mount Hebron Cemetery.