Harold Gould cause of death

Harold Gould’s Death – Cause and Date

Born (Birthday) December 10, 1923

Death Date September 11, 2010

Age of Death 86 years

Cause of Death Prostate Cancer

Profession TV Actor

The TV actor Harold Gould died at the age of 86. Here is all you want to know and more!

Biography - A Short Wiki

Emmy-nominated actor who portrayed Miles Webber on The Golden Girls and Martin Morgenstern on Rhoda. He was also in several films.

He was born in Schenectady, New York to a Jewish postal worker father and a health department employee mother. He graduated as his high school’s class valedictorian and studied briefly at Albany Teachers College before serving in World War II.

He acted in summer stock stage productions and finished his Albany Teachers College Bachelor’s degree before earning a Ph.D. in theatre from Cornell University in 1948.

Personal Life

He married Lea Vernon in 1950. The couple had three children–Deborah, Lowell, and Joshua–and were married until Gould’s 2010 death from prostate cancer.

He first appeared as Martin Morgenstern in 1972 and 1973 episodes of Mary Tyler Moore’s series The Mary Tyler Moore Show. Shortly thereafter, he became a series regular on the 1974 Mary Tyler Moore Show spinoff, Rhoda.

How did Harold Gould die?

Gould died from prostate cancer on September 11, 2010.