Gregg Henry

One of American television's most prolific character actors in the 21st century, Gregg Henry began his career playing Nick Nolte's son in the miniseries "Rich Man, Poor Man Book II" (ABC 1976-77) before landing big-screen parts in "Mean Dog Blues" (1978), "Just Before Dawn" (1981) and "Body Double" (1984). Henry then focused his attention on the small screen with a string of high-profile guest spots and lead roles in various TV movies, while occasionally branching out into Hollywood with minor roles in "Raising Cain" (1992) and "Star Trek: Insurrection" (1998). After playing Mel Gibson's double-crossing ex-partner in "Payback" (1999), Henry earned rave reviews for his lead performance in "The Hunt For The BTK Killer" (2005), appeared in "Slither" (2006), "United 93" (2006) and "The Black Dahlia" (2006) and continued to add to his extensive list of TV work with more substantial parts in "Gilmore Girls" (WB 2000-07), "The Riches" (FX 2007-08), "Hung" (HBO 2009-2011) and "The Killing" (AMC 2011-13; Netflix, 2014).