Horace Dodd is a minor actor on How to Get Away with Murder, who portrays the role of Orderly.



Born in Brooklyn, New York. The youngest of four siblings his family relocated to Atlanta, GA and settled a few years later in New Haven, CT. As a child Horace grew up idolizing "Michael Jackson" and dreamed of becoming a professional entertainer. At 12 years old Horace was talented enough to receive a scholarship to the "Paier College of Art". However, it was sports that eventually garnered his full attention. After winning the "High School Heisman Trophy", (a trophy awarded to the top high school football player in the northeast region) Horace earned a full athletic scholarship to attend "Penn State University". Horace now intended on playing professional football in the "National Football league". Two years later he transferred to "Boston College". Here, he studied in the theatre and music programs while playing football. Unfortunately, a devastating knee injury ended his hopes of playing in the "NFL". As fate would have it Horace now focused solely on the arts.

Upon graduating, Horace did an internship with Grammy award nominated producer "Pierre Medor". In 2008 Horace signed a publishing deal with SONGS Music Publishing. He was the first Urban songwriter/producer signed to the company. After writing and producing songs for various artists, Horace decided to seriously pursue a career in the film industry. He relocated to Los Angeles, CA where he studied with acting coach Aaron Speiser (Will Smith, Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) . He has since appeared in television shows like "How To Get Away With Murder" and "Sex Sent Me To The ER" and "TOSH.0". He will be featured in the upcoming shows "I'm Dying Up Here" (Showtime) and "Hampton Deville" (Comedy Central). Horace is represented by "KD Talent Management" and "Lovestone Talent Agency" in Los Angeles, CA.[1]


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