Sam Hennings

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Sam Hennings
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Born Georgia
Occupation Actor
Years active 1985–present

Sam Hennings is an American actor, writer and voice actor. He was born in Georgia with German, English and Scotch-Irish ancestry. Hennings has lived most of his career as an actor and writer in New York City, San Francisco and Los Angeles, Calif.

Hennings has appeared in a wide variety of movies, television shows and stage productions. His works include the film Pawn Shop Chronicles with Matt Dillon, Brendan Fraser and Elijah Wood; co-starred for two seasons with Jason Lee and Alfre Woodard on TNT's series, Memphis Beat; Martin Scorsese's The Aviator, with Leonardo DiCaprio; Havoc with Anne Hathaway; Stolen with Jon Hamm; Ten Tricks with Lea Thompson; Drop Zone with Wesley Snipes; Shout with John Travolta. He starred in The Work and the Glory, 1, 2 and 3; Seasons of the Heart; CBS Movie of the week: Point Last Seen with Linda Hamilton; The Hank Gathers Story with George Kennedy; Gideon Oliver with Lou Gossett and Supernatural as legendary Samuel Colt. Also The Magnificent Seven, 24, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, ER, King Pin, E-Ring, Star Trek: The Next Generation and The Event. Hennings has had recurring roles on CBS in JAG, Pensacola, Wings of Gold as James Brolin's brother, Showtime’s Resurrection Boulevard and Saving Grace as Holly Hunter's brother.

Hennings' writing projects include his recently completed screenplay, The Littlest Cowboy.

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