Harry started his broadcast career with KMOX in 1975. His first assignment was as “Resident Reviewer” on the Jack Carney Show.
His assignments today include leading theater openings and major motion pictures. Harry’s reviews and podcasts are always available at KMOX.com. Harry is a regular on Total Information AM Weekend Edition and is a contributor on the Charlie Brennan Show. Harry can also be heard on KMOX occasionally hosting on the weekends.
Harry has provided interviews on KMOX with some of the brightest and biggest names in the world of show business. Paul McCartney, Harrison Ford, Paul Newman, Julia Roberts, Richard Gere, John Candy, George C. Scott, Red Skelton, Julie Andrews and Gene Hackman are just some of the names. Harry is a founding member of The Theater Circle in St. Louis that annually honors the finest in locally produced stage productions. For over 10 years, Harry was the movie reviewer for CBS stations WWJ in Detroit and KCBS in San Francisco. During that period, he also had a CBS Radio Network feature called “In the Spotlight.”
After serving in the United States Navy, Harry was the founder and first President of the Development Board of St. Louis Children’s Hospital. He has been active in many other local charitable and community groups, including Wings of Hope, the Heart Association and the Humane Society. Harry holds a Commercial Pilot’s license and has accumulated over 6,000 hours of flying time in a wide variety of piston and jet aircraft.
Harry was recently awarded the annual Children’s Champion Award by St. Louis Children’s Hospital. The award is given each year to someone in the community that has made significant and successful efforts toward the financial betterment & growth of the Hospital. Currently he is also active in causes on behalf of Cardinal Glennon Hospital. Additionally, Harry is on the Board of the Safety House Foundation.
In the realm of public service, Harry is a Specialist with the West County EMS & Fire Protection District and is a Commissioner of The Local Emergency Planning Commission in St. Louis County.
A native St. Louisan, Harry lives in Chesterfield. He has two daughters, Katie and Laura, and a Grandson, Aidan.