Harry's ninth Broadway show, Imaginary Friends, opens on December 12th at the Ethel Barrymore Theatre.
Harry can be seen dancing with his wife, Dawn Didawick in the upcoming movie Dance With Me.
Harry is currently (as of 2006) on Broadway, playing King Arthur in Monty Python's Spamalot.
Harry was a regular vocalist for the Varese Sarabande label, performing on such recordings as Shakespeare on Broadway, Cole Porter: A Musical Toast, and various installments of the Unsung Broadway and Lost in Boston series.
Harry was nominated for three Tony Awards: as Best Actor in 1980 for a revival of Oklahoma!, in 1983 for Cats and as Best Actor (Musical) in 1992 for Crazy for You.
Some of Harry's singing and dancing talent was displayed in the October 10, 1998 episode of Cupid, when he played a compulsively singing, dancing businessman who must win back his exasperated wife.
Harry's first success came in 1979, on the stage, as Will Parker in the original Broadway production of the musical 'Oklahoma!'.
Harry was apprenticed at the San Francisco City Ballet.
Harry graduated from the University of Washington in 1978.
Harry emigrated to San Francisco at the age of two.
In 1977, Harry married fellow actress Dawn Didawick.
Harry made his film debut in Brubaker. He also appeared in Amistad, Patch Adams, Road To Perdition, Dance With Me, and most recently, About Schmidt.
Harry was nominated for three Tony awards, for Oh Brother, Crazy For You and Cats.
Harry has appeared as Munkustrap in the original Broadway run of Cats, and played Bobby Child for over 1000 performances in 1992's Crazy For You.
Harry: I started very young. I was about twelve when I wanted to be a dancer, because of movies like West Side Story and Flower Drum Song, which had great dance numbers. It was those movie musicals that pushed me and made me want to study dance.
Harry: (on his role on Buffy) I loved having spiders on my face, swords in my chest, and knives in my hand. All that stuff was fun.
Harry: (When asked if people still recognize him as The Mayor, from "Buffy") Yes, everyday. On the bus, the street, the stores, everywhere. It's great. And boy do they love the Mayor. So do I.