|Occupation||Entrepreneur, actor, producer|
He is currently the Director of Strategy for Land Core, a 501(c)3 non-profit that he co-founded in 2018 advancing soil health programs and policies that create value for farmers, businesses, and communities.
In 2015 he co-created the after-school music education program Play with Music, which focuses on bringing relevant music education to at-risk youth. The program is currently running at Allen Leroy Locke High School in South Los Angeles.
Cross was also the co-founder of Interconnected, a Los Angeles-based creative agency and production company, that he started in 2011 with his friend and business partner Nirvan Mullick. Through Interconnected, Cross and Mullick produced the viral video Caine's Arcade and the follow-up Caine's Arcade 2. After the viral success of Caine's Arcade, Cross and Mullick co-founded the Imagination Foundation, a non-profit organization whose mission is to "find, foster and fund creativity and entrepreneurship in kids".
As an actor Cross appeared in over a dozen films as well as many TV shows in the 1980s and 1990s including cult films The Believers, Someone To Watch Over Me, The Fly II, Cohen and Tate, and the TV series Sister Kate and Dudley. His most recent roles were in the 2000 film Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth and the 2004 film Kinsey.
Cross was born in New York City, New York but spent much of his childhood in Paris, France; Haiti; and Los Angeles, California. He is the older brother of actress Flora Cross and actor Eli Marienthal.
Films and TVEdit
- Mrs. Soffel (1984, by Gillian Armstrong) – Clarence Soffel (film debut)
- Alex: The live from a child (1986 TV movie) – Chris (ages 6 to 8)
- Where are the Children? (1986) – Michael Eldridge
- The Believers (1987, by John Schlesinger) – Chris Jamison
- Someone to Watch Over Me (1987, by Ridley Scott) – Tommy Keegan
- A Hobo's Christmas (1987 TV movie) – Bobby Grovner
- Once Again (1987 TV movie)
- Cohen and Tate (1988) – Travis Knight
- The Fly II (1989) – Martin (age 10)
- Sister Kate (1989 TV series) – Eugene Colodner
- Stanley & Iris (1990, by Martin Ritt) – Richard King
- The Boy Who Cried Bitch (1991) – Dan Love
- Law & Order (TV series) – episode "Trust" (1992) – Jamie Maser
- Dudley (1993 TV series) – Fred Bristol
- To Dance with the White Dog (1993 TV movie) – Bobby
- Crazy for a Kiss (1995 TV movie) – Ray Striker
- Touched by an Angel (TV series) – episode "The Quality of Mercy" (1996) – Marshall Redding
- Perdita Durango (1997) – Duane
- A Soldier's Daughter Never Cries (1998, by James Ivory) – Keith Carter
- Interstate 84 (2000) – Freddie
- Shriek If You Know What I Did Last Friday the Thirteenth (2000 video) – Dawson Deary
- Robbie's Brother (2001) – Robbie
- Kinsey (2004) – Young Man in Gay Bar
- http://harleycross.com web site
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- "Profile". imagination foundation. Archived from the original on 2014-02-24.
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