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The production and cast received mostly positive reviews, with the Los Angeles Times calling his performance "brilliant" and adding "Harold, ideally cast, beautifully ignites with Crosby, whose unconventional interpretation is an affecting revelation.
Because Harold's parents were devout Pentecostals, he had strict religious upbringing. Following graduation from The Lovett School, Harold attended American University in Washington, DC, on a soccer scholarship.
He began a Liberal Arts degree in romance literature, departing after a few months and moved to San Francisco, California to study photography at the San Francisco Art Institute.
Harold played a scheming and powerful male witch who is the father of one of the teenagers.
Reaction from journalists who saw the show's pilot episode was almost uniformly positive, with one writer predicting: "We feel like Gale Harold is going to steal every single scene he's in on the show, just like he basically stole this extended trailer. Unfortunately, the ratings decline in the second half of the season and combined with the expensive cost of special effects, on May 11, 2012, the CW announced the cancellation of the series.