17 december, 1950
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 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 Wayne Kramer's, Pawn Shop Chronicles, with Matt Dillon, Brendan Fraser and Elijah Wood; 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; Red Widow with Radha Mitchell, Gideon Oliver with Lou Gossett; Supernatural as legendary Samuel Colt. Also Franklin & Bash, The Magnificent Seven, CSI: Crime Scene Investigation, CSI: Miami, ER, King Pin, E-Ring, Star Trek: The Next Generation, The Event and Criminal Minds. 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' latest writing project is screenplay, The Littlest Cowboy.