Harold on the bus

Harold on the bus

Harold Crick spends a lot of time on the bus. This time? He's riding it until he finishes reading the book about him.
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Harold and Lifeguard Hilbert

Harold and Lifeguard Hilbert

Harold Crick is back to Professor Jules Hilbert for more help. Oh and Jules is also a lifeguard at the school.
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Harold and Ana

Harold and Ana

Harold is bringing Ana a box of flours. Get it? Flours instead of flowers? She's a baker? Woo... tough crowd.
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Crick checking out guitars

Crick checking out guitars

Harold Crick is busy looking for a guitar. He's always wanted to learn and now he just needs to find the one that speaks to him.
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Harold Crick brushing his teeth

Harold Crick brushing his teeth

Harold Crick always counts the strokes when he brushes his teeth. However, usually he doesn't hear a tooth brush telling him he does.
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Harold Crick Pushing Paper

Harold Crick Pushing Paper

Harold Crick is busy pushing paper as a IRS Auditor. He's about to do some filing and whatever else it is an auditor does.
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Crick Needs Help

Crick Needs Help

Harold Crick goes to Professor Jules Hilbert for help with the narrator in his head.
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Harold Crick Picture

Harold Crick Picture

Harold Crick was just a simple IRS Auditor who was content to spend his life alone. That is until a narrator joined him in his head.
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Harold Crick

Harold Crick Pushing Paper

Harold Crick is an IRS auditor who's been content to live his life alone.  Harold's life completely changes when he begins to hear his life narrated by a woman with a British accent and a bigger vocabulary than his.

The woman tells him that he is going to die so he seeks the help of Professor Jules Hilbert to help him figure out who this narrator is and hopefully in time.

Played By
Will Ferrell
Full Name
Harold Crick

Harold Crick Quotes

You don't understand that this isn't a story to me, it's my life! I want to live!

Harold Crick

Harold Crick: It's not schizophrenia! I just hear a voice in my head
Dr. Mittag-Leffler: It's schizophrenia