Actor Jamie Harrold has put together an eclectic, if generally off-the-radar, body of film and television work since starting out in the early 1990s. His first two substantial supporting parts, which came in the mid-'90s, were, coincidentally, in movies with drag queens: his appearance in the clunkily titled 1995 comedy "To Wong Foo Thanks For Everything, Julie Newmar," which featured Patrick Swayze, Wesley Snipes, and John Leguizamo all dolled up, was followed by a role as early drag pioneer/Warhol muse Jackie Curtis in the biographical drama "I Shot Andy Warhol." Such projects, along with dramas like "Swimming," which starred "Six Feet Under"'s Lauren Ambrose, are typical of the indie-oriented fare that Harrold has favored. But he hasn't passed up Hollywood opportunities, either, few as they've been -- in 2001, Harrold got to work with Robert De Niro and Marlon Brando in the crime thriller "The Score," followed by a small part in the action blockbuster "The Sum of All Fears," based on the Tom Clancy novel. Back in more familiar territory, Harold landed a lead role on "Kingdom Hospital," Stephen King's take on iconoclastic Danish director Lars von Trier's TV series "The Kingdom," and in 2006, Harrold had a key supporting part in Jeff Lipsky's romance "Flannel Pajamas," which earned a Grand Jury nomination at the Sundance Film Festival. In 2010, Harrold guest-starred in the HBO drama series "How to Make It in America."