Henry Czerny is a Canadian actor that can be currently seen playing Conrad Grayson on the hit ABC drama, Revenge. A seasoned vet of the Canadian stage, Czerny crossed over to American productions with the films The Boys of St. Vincent, Mission: Impossible, Clear and Present Danger, and…more
Henry attended York University in North York, Ontario, Canada.
In 1994, Henry won the Tyrone Guthrie Award for Best Actor for his work in Not About Heroes.
In 1993, Henry's work on The Boys of St. Vincent earned him a FIPA d'Or for Best Actor from the International Audiovisual Productions Festival.
Henry Czerny is Polish-Canadian.
Henry Czerny married Dana Delaney, but they divorced.
Henry Czerny and his friend, Michael Riley, drove around the country with a three-foot Barbie doll and posed in different settings to create a book.
Henry Czerny's started acting in musicals at the Humberside collegiate in Toronto.
Henry Czerny's last name is pronounced "chair-nee."
Henry Czerny performed in the Ottawa's National Arts Centre and Edmonton's Citadel Theatre.
Henry Czerny is 5'10" and has blue eyes.
Henry's first acting role was the second shillelagh to Larry Leprechaun in his kindergarten play.
Henry attended the National Theatre school in Montreal and graduated in 1982.
Henry's father was a welder and his mother was a baker.
Henry married Claudine Cassidy in 2001.
Henry: (about his character Norfolk in The Tudors) To me wasn't developed enough. Here was a courtier who outlasted the king and yet he seemed shadowy. I felt a lot could be done with this intriguer. I was told that scenes would be revised so I signed on. But nothing happened. We did the script as it was written.