Harley Diamond

Harley Diamond


Harley Diamond


About Me

Harley is a native New Yorker and retired to Philadelphia last year after a lengthy legal career.

He made his Philadelphia area debut last year in Agatha Christie’s The Unexpected Guest at the Old Academy Players followed by Neil Simon’s Rumors at Dramateurs at the Barn Playhouse, Much Ado About Nothing (Theatre on the Verge), Something Rotten and Indecent at Players Club of Swarthmore, Big Fish at Salt Performing Arts Center, Arsenic and Old Lace at the Old Academy Players and an understudy gig in Cinderella at the Walnut.

After graduation from Hofstra University and Stella Adler Conservatory, he performed in regional theatres from New Jersey to Iowa and also toured as Tartuffe. At St Bart’s Players in New York, he played Frederick in A Little Night Music, Neville Landless in The Mystery of Edwin Drood and Joe in Merrily We Roll Along.

At the Brooklyn Heights Players, he performed in The History Boys, A Midsummer Nights Dream, Fiddler on the Roof, Call Me Madam and Cheaper by the Dozen. At the Gallery Players, he performed in Grand Hotel, The Tempest, The Comedy of Errors and The Front Page.

At other Brooklyn theatres, he played Roger de Bris in the Producers and King Charlemagne in Pippin. He has also performed cabaret shows at several venues in New York.