Harold Miller Null, born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA in 1916 was an American photographer who spent much of his life based in Italy. Highly esteemed for his work as a photographer, you can easily find information about Harold's photographic career, but none of the websites who talk about him mention anything about the fact that he also had a second career as an actor in Italy during the 1960s and 70s. No doubt, his characteristic appearance and the fact that he was a native English speaker made him in demand with filmmakers and he appeared in numerous films. Unfortunately, he was almost always uncredited, even though he usually played speaking roles of a certain relevance.
He apparently died in 1996.
- Il Gattopardo (uncredited) .... Guest at the ball
- Come imparai ad amare le donne (uncredited) .... Car company employee
- Il vostro super agente Flit (uncredited) .... General
- Arriva Dorellik (uncredited) .... Oswald the Great
- L'uomo del colpo perfetto (uncredited) .... Sir Arthur
- Escalation (credited as Harold M. Null) .... Police inspector
- I lunghi giorni dell'odio (uncredited) .... Captain
- La battaglia di El Alamein (uncredited) .... British army officer
- Uccidete Rommel (uncredited) .... Colonel Stanfield
- Il sasso in bocca (uncredited) .... Judge
- Sacco e Vanzetti (uncredited) .... Juror