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Tom Troupe
Harold.jpg Lieutenant Harold

Gender: Male
Date of birth: 15 July 1928
Place of birth: Kansas City, Missouri, USA
Character(s): Lieutenant Harold

Tom Troupe (born 15 July 1928; age 87) is the actor who portrayed Lieutenant Harold from the original series episode "Arena".

He is the husband of singer/comedienne Carole Cook, a close friend and protege of Lucille Ball. He co-wrote (with Don Eitner) and starred in Sofi (1968), the stage and film adaptations of Nikolai Gogols Diary of a Madman.

He also appeared in the 1973 made-for-television movie The Alpha Caper, co-starring fellow Trek alumnus Leonard Nimoy, Kenneth Tobey, Paul Sorenson, Paul Kent, Vic Tayback, and James B. Sikking.

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Additional projects in which Troupe appeared with other Star Trek performers include:


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