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In uniform, Harvey tends to look burly – his jowls puffed out, his face bejeweled with sweat, a bulge of chew in his lower lip – but in person he is endearingly boyish: clean-cut, his jet-black hair neatly parted, a placid glow in his blue eyes.
Harvey mostly hangs with finance and marketing guys in their twenties and thirties.
Harvey has proved to be the rare being who thrives on the biggest of stages, shines under the brightest of lights – a player, in short, whose game needed New York to reach its full potential.
It's Manhattan. You'd rather him hang out with lawyers?
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