Harve sang on the Roger Wagner Chorale's version of 'Oh Holy Night'. This is the version which is believed to have popularised the carol in the U.S.
In 1965, he was nominated for the Golden Laurel for Best Male New Face.
When he made his first appearance on Broadway, he had never before seen a Broadway production.
He had operatic training.
He sang the baritone role in Eugene Ormandy's 1962 recording of Carl Orff's Carmina Burana.
Harve took part in the Merola program in the San Francisco Opera.
Harve attended San Francisco State University.
In 1965 he was nominated for a Golden Laurel for Best Male Musical Performance for his role in The Unsinkable Molly Brown.
Presnell won the 1965 Golden Globe for Most Promising Male Newcomer.
He has 3 children.
He married his second wife on 6th May 1966.
His first wife was called Sherri.
Presnell was once a soloist with the Roger Wagner Chorale.
In 1979, Harve Presnell played Daddy Warbucks in a Broadway production of the musical Annie.
Presnell played Rhett Butler in a musical version of Gone With the Wind at London's Drury Lane Theatre.
His role in the 1964 film The Unsinkable Molly Brown was written specifically for him.
Harve graduated from Modesto High School, California.
Presnell is 6'4".