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Brian Tyree Henry

Biography :

Brian Tyree Henry is an American actor. He is best known for his role as "Paper Boi" in the FX comedy-drama series Atlanta, for which he received a Primetime Emmy Award nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series.

Birthday    :   1982-03-31
Place Of Birth    :   Fayetteville, North Carolina, USA
Alternate Name    :   Μπράιαν Ταϊρί Χένρι
Known Movie/TV Credits    :   Unknown
Last Appeared In    :   Unknown


Untitled Godzilla vs. Kong Sequel Bernie Hayes 2024-03-15
Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse Jefferson Davis (voice) 2023-05-31
Causeway James 2022-10-28
Bullet Train Lemon 2022-07-03
Marvel Studios Assembled: The Making of Eternals Self - Phastos 2022-02-16
Eternals Phastos 2021-11-03
Vivo Dancarino (voice) 2021-07-30
The Woman in the Window Detective Little 2021-05-14
The Outside Story Charles Young 2021-04-30
Godzilla vs. Kong Bernie Hayes 2021-03-24
Superintelligence Dennis Caruso 2020-12-11
The Great Work Begins: Scenes from Angels in America Prior Walter 2020-10-08
Joker Carl (Arkham Clerk) 2019-10-01
Don't Let Go Garret Radcliff 2019-08-30
Child's Play Detective Mike Norris 2019-06-19
Family Pete 2019-04-19
If Beale Street Could Talk Daniel Carty 2018-12-14
Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse Jefferson Davis (voice) 2018-12-06
Widows Jamal Manning 2018-11-06
White Boy Rick Detective Jackson 2018-09-14
Hotel Artemis Lev / Honolulu 2018-06-07
Irreplaceable You Benji 2018-02-16
Crown Heights Massup 2017-08-25
Person to Person Mike 2017-07-28
Puerto Ricans in Paris Larry Labels 2015-06-12
My America 2014-07-04
Tv Series
Busy Tonight Self - Guest 2018-10-28
Drop the Mic 2017-10-24
Room 104 Arnold 2017-07-28
This Is Us Ricky 2016-09-20
Atlanta Alfred 'Paper Boi' Miles 2016-09-06
Close Up with The Hollywood Reporter Self 2015-08-02
How to Get Away with Murder Frank's Public Defender 2014-09-25
BoJack Horseman Cooper Wallace, Jr. / Strib (voice) 2014-08-22
The Knick Larkin 2014-08-08
LIVE with Kelly and Ryan Self - Guest 1988-09-05
Class of '09 Tayo Miller
Sinking Spring Ray
The Oscars Self 1953-03-18