Jon still holds the record at his old high school for most goals scored in a single soccer game.
Jon and wife Kelley welcomed their third child, a daughter named Georgia Grace on June 28, 2007.
Jon's favorite tv shows are Two and a half Men, Spongebob and Full House reruns.
Jon's favorite animated movie is Shrek.
Jon has played the character of Holden Snyder on As The World Turns for 20 years.
Jon received a second nomination for Hottest Male Star at the 1994 Soap Opera Digest Awards.
Jon was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for Outstanding Younger Leading Actor in 1993.
Jon was nominated for a Soap Opera Digest Award for Hottest Male Star in 1993.
Jon has two siblings neither of which are actors.
Jon was fired from his first acting job on One Life To Live.
Jon studied journalism at New York University.
Jon showed up late for his As The World Turns audition in 1985 because he was convinced that as a 19-year-old he'd never be hired to play someone who was 16.
Jon has appeared in over a 1000 episodes of As The World Turns.
Jon enjoys trading stocks online in his spare time.
Jon has briefly worked as Tommy Hilfiger model in the past.
Jon has appeared on stage in Shakespeare's As You Like It at the Bucks County (Pennsylvania) Theater.
Jon's first stage role was as Geppetto in Pinocchio.
Jon currently lives with his family in New Jersey.
Jon won a prize in an art competition in the third grade for his drawing of a clown.
Jon presented the Editor's Award at the 1998 Soap Opera Digest Awards.
Jon was named one of Soap Opera's 50 Most Beautiful People by Soap Opera Weekly in 1998.
Jon studied Shakespeare at the London Academy of Music, Drama and Arts.
Jon is married to his As The World Turns co star Kelley Menigan.
Jon and his wife Kelley are good friends with Martha Byrne and her husband off set and in the past have been on vacation with them.
Jon has received two Soap Opera Digest awards nominations along with co star Martha Byrne for best couple in 1998 and 2000.
Jon Hensley (on modeling in a big city) So many people come on to you all the time, you know. It was difficult for me, coming from Pennsylvania, because I didn't know -- I didn't know anything about it. And I was kind of thrown by it. I learned real fast. I learned to say no -- to tell people, "Now, look. Just don't."