Family Guy writer/producer/star Mike Henry first met series creator Seth MacFarlane while appearing alongside the funnyman in the student films of his brother Patrick Henry (who was at the time a classmate of MacFarlane's at the Rhode Island School of Design) and was involved with the animated Fox hit from the onset. In addition to his work as a behind-the-scenes talent and vocal contributor on Family Guy (on which he voices the character Cleveland Brown), Richmond, VA, native Henry has also helped to create the Internet video series "Kicked in the Nuts" and made vocal contributions to Robot Chicken and the MacFarlane-created series American Dad. He'd continue to act in and on MacFarlane productions like The Cleveland Show, which he would also help write and produce.
Biography by Jason Buchanan
- Appeared in commercials for Heineken, Foot Locker and Home Depot.
- Had a brief career as a stand-up comedian in Los Angeles.
- Met Seth MacFarlane when MacFarlane and Henry's brother Patrick attended college together.
- Apart from his starring role in Family Guy, has lent his voice to other shows such as Robot Chicken and American Dad.