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Ish Harris

Category: Finalists
MemberID: Ish21413
Gender: Male
Height: 5' 11"
Age: 31
Ethnicity: Black
EyeColor: Brown
HairColor: Black
HairLength: Short
Piercings: A Few
Tattoos: A Few

Ish Harris is a small town country boy from Buena Vista, Georgia. From singing and creating his own characters (while performing chores) at the early age of 4, winning literacy competitions during grade school, joining the One Act Play team in high school, to becoming the first black and male drum major at Marion County High, he has have always had an undeniable passion for the arts. Ish Harris's love for acting and music pushed him to study Theatre and Vocal Performance at Albany State University. During his matriculation, he was a member of the ASU Gospel Choir (director), ASU Concert Chorale (featured soloist), ASU Theatre Ensemble (president), and a proud member of Alpha Psi Omega National Theatre Honor Society.   Ish Harris is a working professional actor, singer, and musician who has had the amazing pleasures of gracing the stages of the historic Liberty Theatre, the historic Springer Opera House and Venice Theatre. Being apart of the Liberty Theatre has challenged him to step out of his comfort zone and tackle directing Langston Hughes' Black Nativity and he was tasked to create a show filled with musical Broadway hits entitled "Shonuff Broadway!" Ish Harris made his Springer debut in Sister Act as Eddie Souther. Other theatre and performance credits include Smokey Joe’s Cafe (Adrian); Dreamgirls (Curtis Taylor, Jr.); Grease (Johnny Casino); Black Nativity (Joseph); Next to Normal (Gabe); The Colored Museum (Walter-Lee- Beau-Willie Jr.) and a featured soloist in the 2016, 2017 and 2018 Miss Georgia Pageant and two-time guest performer for Columbus, Georgia Mayor’s ‘The Dream Lives’ MLK Celebration. Ish has been blessed to work on several television and film sets such as Things Don't Stay Fixed (2017), A Dream of All Dreams (2016), Goosebumps (2015), Drumline: A New Beat (2014), and Vampire Diaries; just to name a few.    While acting and singing, Ish Harris deems it necessary to give back to the community by stimulating, empowering, and inspiring young minds through acting and voice performance at Company C, Academy of Dance, the Liberty Theatre, and many local churches in his community and abroad. He is the Chorus and Theatre Arts Director at Lee County Middle School, West Campus. In 2016, to give back, Ish's best friend and he started BB Artistic Productions to give aspiring artist a chance to grow in their gifts and present quality work. To God he gives all honor for every opportunity that he is assigned.