A native of Boston, Massachusetts (actually Lynn, Mass) Henry has spent a good portion of his life traveling between both coasts. He started acting at a very early age, playing “Scrooge” in A CHRISTMAS CAROL in his 5th grade play at the O’Keefe School. Bah Humbug! From there it was on to Benedict Arnold at age (11!) and well, it was only a matter of time until he was a working professional actor. But before his dream of acting professionally was fully realized, Henry’s life was as varied and interesting as the many characters he’s played.

The son of Henry and Anne LeBlanc, he’s an Eagle Scout (Troop 28), as well as a former YMCA Camp Director. Both organizations coupled with living a short bicycle ride from the Atlantic Ocean, helped to deepen his love of the outdoors and heighten his sense of adventure. After graduating college as Class Valedictorian with a degree in Mechanical Engineering (and a Minor in Theater, of course!) from the highly regarded Worcester Polytechnic Institute, Worcester, Mass, Henry made his first visit to California and landed in Bakersfield!

As a young project engineering manager with Mobil Corp. and while still acting in local community theater, Henry supervised the construction of a multi-million dollar plastics plant designed to supply the entire West Coast with plastic trash bags and other related items. So, if you live on the West Coast and empty your trash, chances are you’re holding one of Henry’s plastic bags!

Finally, after returning to New York City and forming his own video production company which led to a Golden Reel nomination from the International Television Association, Henry gave it all up to follow his true passion. He applied and was accepted to the prestigious, Mason Gross School of the Arts at Rutgers University. There, he received his MFA in Acting, under master acting teacher, William Esper and the superb faculty on staff.

The rest is still a work in progress, as they say. Henry has performed on stage, television and on the silver screen. Some of his credits include Scrubs, Everybody Loves Raymond, ER, Boston Public and the feature “Resilience.”. He has also performed Off-Broadway, at numerous regional theaters and even toured the boroughs of New York City doing Shakespeare.

He is currently producing a feature film titled “Lawyers, Guns and Money” and recently booked a role on the exciting new police pilot for A&E called “Danny Fricke.” He plays the role of troubled Detective McCoy. He’s also recurring on “The Bold and the Beautiful” as a Minister and in his spare acting time, he works as one of LA’s most often booked “Hand” models. Ahh, the life of an actor!

A resident of Los Angeles and an avid runner, as well as golfer, Henry recently finished his third LA Marathon in his best time ever, 4:39:59. He hopes to continue running along the beach for as long as he can.