After primary school in Bettemburg and graduating from the Lycée Hubert Clement in Esch/Alzette in 1975, Pit Hoerold studied art. He is a freelance advertising specialist, publisher and musician. As such, he wrote the portrait Cool Feet, déi populärste Lëtzebuerger Rockbänd vun allen Zäiten (2003). He also wrote the booklet on the spelling of the Luxembourgish language Yuppiii, mir léiere lëtzebuergesch schreiwen (1992). He has published articles in Lëtzebuerger Almanach '87, Les Cahiers luxembourgeois and Eis Sprooch (AL Association).
Pit Hoerold has also published poetry in German. In 2019, the poetry collection in die augen, in die ferne, still ins ohr was published with texts in German, French and Luxembourgish.
In the play En zweete Fabesch Fränz, Pit Hoerold combines his love of theatre and cycling with reflections on national pride.
In addition, Pit Hoerold wrote children's literature in Luxembourgish, poems, the play Haut as Päiffeneijooschdag, and the story D'Tip an den Top. Pit Hoerold wrote the dialogue for eight songs on the LP de Billy geet op d'Rees. In 2010, the CD Glücksritter was released with a selection of poems recited by the author in German and Luxembourgish. Pit Hoerold is one of the initiators of the Prix Laurence youth writing competition.