Henry G. Sanders
“I'm a native of Houston, Tex. I moved to Los Angeles over 40 years ago. I served nine years in the Army, earning the Purple Heart and the Combat Infantryman's badge. With the support of the GI Bill I enrolled in the Theater Department of Valley College where I adapted my novel: What Love Has Joined Together. I was also a member of the famed Oxford Theatre Company.
I co-founded One Flight Up, a successful theatre company, where I produced and directed original works such as; Scotch and Milk, Adam and Eve, Rituals and many more. I received the Dramalogue Award for Best Actor's for Split Second and an NAACP nomination for Bobby Roth's film The Boss' Son. I may be best known for my role as Robert E. in the long running series Dr. Quinn Medicine Woman. My other credits are; Charles Burnett's Killer of Sheep, Rocky Balboa, Blue, Blues, CSI, Cold Case... Throughout my career as an actor, writer and director, I have continued to grow as an artist, exploring and expressing the human condition in all its complexity."
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