Lance Henriksen

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Lance Henriksen
Henriksen at Comic Con
Born (1940-05-05) May 5, 1940 (age 84)
Years active1961–present
Spouses
Mary Jane Evans
(m. 1985⁠–⁠1989)
Jane Pollack
(m. 1995⁠–⁠2006)
Louise Lunde
(m. 2006)
Children4

Lance Henriksen (born May 5, 1940) is an American actor. He is known for his works in various science fiction, action and horror films, such as that of Bishop in the Alien film franchise, and Frank Black in Fox television series Millennium (1996–1999) and The X-Files (1999).[1] He has also done extensive voice work, as Kerchak the gorilla in the 1999 Disney film Tarzan (1999), General Shepherd in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 (2009) and Fleet Admiral Steven Hackett (as well as Narl) in BioWare's Mass Effect video game trilogy (2007–2012). He also appeared as Hal Vukovich in The Terminator (1984), Ed Harley in the cult horror film Pumpkinhead (1988), Chains Cooper in Stone Cold (1991), and Emil Fouchon in Hard Target (1993).

Early life[edit]

Henriksen was born on May 5, 1940, in Manhattan, New York. His father, James Henriksen, was a Norwegian merchant sailor and boxer nicknamed "Icewater" who spent most of his life at sea, while his mother, Margueritte Werner, struggled to find work as a dance instructor, waitress and model.[2][3][4] His parents divorced when he was two years old, and his mother struggled to raise him and his brother, leading to his spending part of his childhood in foster care.[5][6] During an interview, Henriksen recounted how, at the age of seven, his mother handed him his birth certificate and said, "You'll always know who you are", then pushed him out of his home. Henriksen did not actually leave home until he was 12, saying he'd "had enough" of his home life, and that he had been physically assaulted by multiple family members: "I got bludgeoned a lot. Different people, relatives. I remember every single face from my childhood. My alcoholic uncles, whoever. I'm not having a pity party here; I'm not Quasimodo. That's just how it was".[7] On another occasion, two of his uncles tried to persuade him to take Methadrine and then take part in a staged car accident for the insurance money.[6]

Growing up, Henriksen had a reputation for getting into trouble in the various schools he attended, and even spent time in a children's home. He left school after completing first grade, and was illiterate until the age of 30.[8]

Career[edit]

Henriksen found work as a muralist[clarification needed] and as a laborer on ships. For a time, he worked in Europe[vague]. His first theater work, around age 30, was as set designer, and he received his first acting role because he built the set for a production. Illiterate until then, it was around this time that he taught himself to read.[8] For his first role, he put the entire script to tape with the help of a friend, learning everyone's part in addition to his own.[9] Soon afterward, he graduated from the Actors Studio and began acting in New York City.[10]

Henriksen's first film appearance was in It Ain't Easy in 1972. It was followed by supporting roles in a variety of films, including Dog Day Afternoon (1975), Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977), and Damien - Omen II (1978).[11] He played Police Chief Steve Kimbrough in Piranha Part Two: The Spawning (1982),[11] the astronaut Walter Schirra in The Right Stuff (1983), and actor Charles Bronson in the television film Reason for Living: The Jill Ireland Story (1991).

When James Cameron was writing The Terminator (1984), he originally envisioned Henriksen, with whom he had worked on Piranha II: The Spawning, playing the title role, a cyborg.[12] The role ultimately went to Arnold Schwarzenegger. Henriksen does appear in the film as Hal Vukovich, a Detective in the Los Angeles Police Department.

Henriksen in 2010

Henriksen played the android Bishop in Cameron's film Aliens (1986), and as Bishop's designer Michael Weyland in Alien 3 (1992).[13] He also played Charles Bishop Weyland, the man upon whom Bishop was based, in Alien vs. Predator (2004). He played the vampire leader Jesse Hooker in Kathryn Bigelow's cult film Near Dark.[11]

He portrayed gunfighters in the Westerns Dead Man and The Quick and the Dead, and appeared with British actor Bruce Payne in Aurora: Operation Intercept in 1995. That year, he also played Sheriff Doug Barnum in the film Powder.[14] He appeared with Payne again in Face the Evil (1997), and the dystopian classic Paranoia 1.0 (2004).

In 1996, Henriksen starred in the television series Millennium, created and produced by Chris Carter, the creator of The X-Files. Henriksen played Frank Black, a former FBI agent who possessed a unique ability to see into the minds of killers. Carter created the role specifically for the actor.[15] His performances on Millennium earned him critical acclaim, a People's Choice Award nomination for Favorite New Male TV Star, and three consecutive Golden Globe nominations for Best Performance by an Actor in a TV Series (1997–1999). The series was cancelled in 1999. On television, Henriksen appeared in the ensemble of Into the West (2005), a miniseries executive-produced by Steven Spielberg. He appeared in a Brazilian soap opera, Caminhos do Coração (Ways of the Heart) from Rede Record, aired in 2007–2008. Henriksen guest-starred on a Season 6 episode of NCIS (2009) playing an Arizona sheriff, and appeared in a recurring role as The Major on NBC's The Blacklist.

Henriksen receiving the Aliens Legacy Gold Award at Dragon Con 2008, Atlanta, Georgia

In the years after Millennium, Henriksen has become an active voice actor, lending his distinctive voice to a number of animated features and video game titles. In Disney's Tarzan (1999) and its direct-to-video followup, he is Kerchak, the ape who serves as Tarzan's surrogate father. He provided the voice for the alien supervillain Brainiac in Superman: Brainiac Attacks (2006) and for the character Mulciber in Godkiller (2009). Henriksen is the voice of the character Molov in the video game Red Faction II (2002) and has also contributed to GUN (2005), Run Like Hell (2002), the canceled title Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse (2004),[16] and the role-playing game Mass Effect (2007) as Admiral Hackett of the Human Systems Alliance. Henriksen was also the voice behind PlayStation 3's internet promotional videos.

In 2005, Henriksen was the voice of Andrei Rublev in Cartoon Network's IGPX. The actor lent his voice to the animated television series Transformers: Animated as the character Lockdown. In 2009, Henriksen voiced Lieutenant General Shepherd in the award-winning game Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. He would later voice Karl Bishop Weyland in Aliens vs. Predator; also, this character's appearance resembles Henriksen's. Henriksen voiced Master Gnost-Dural in Star Wars: The Old Republic, and he also reprised his role as Admiral Hackett in Mass Effect 3. Henriksen reprised his role as Bishop in Aliens: Colonial Marines.

He starred in a 2003 series of Australian television commercials for Visa, titled Unexplained (about the raining of fish from the sky[17] over Norfolk) and Big Cats (about the Beast of Bodmin Moor). In these commercials, Henriksen speaks as a Frank Black-type character about these phenomena as Mark Snow-inspired mysterious music plays in the background, as a link to Henriksen's TV series Millennium. Unexplained went on to a gold world medal at the 2004 New York Festivals.

He made a cameo appearance in the 2009 horror comedy Jennifer's Body, and starred in the After Dark Horrorfest film, Scream of the Banshee, released in 2011.[18] He played Henry Gale in Leigh Scott's The Witches of Oz.[19]

In January 2015, he was signed for the lead in the indie thriller Monday at 11:01 A.M.[20] In 2016, he starred in the feature film Deserted, a psychological thriller.[21] Henriksen played the role of Hopper.[14]

In 2018, Henriksen performed motion capture and vocal performance for the character of Carl Manfred in the video game Detroit: Become Human. The game's plot involves androids gaining sentience and free will, topics explored briefly with Henriksen's Bishop character in Aliens.

In October 2018, Henriksen was signed for one of the two leads in Falling, the directorial debut of actor Viggo Mortensen, who also wrote, produced and co-starred.[22] Reviewing the film's 2020 premiere, The Hollywood Reporter's John DeFore noted not only the quality of Henriksen's performance, but the opportunity Mortensen's script presented: "[F]ew moviegoers who've enjoyed him over the years will be surprised, but many will resent that we, and he, have waited so long for a role like this."[23]

He received a Canadian Screen Award nomination for Best Actor at the 9th Canadian Screen Awards in 2021, for his performance in Falling.[24]

In 2022, Henriksen was cast in the upcoming American horror film, Awaken the Reaper.[25] The film is currently shooting in New York and slated for a 2023 release date. It is directed by Justin Paul[26] and Dave Campfield and produced by Fourth Horizon Cinema, Impact Media Studios and Design Weapons.[27]

Personal life[edit]

Henriksen has been married three times. He was married to Mary Jane Evans from 1985 to 1989 and to Jane Pollack from 1995 to 2006.[citation needed]

Henriksen has four children; three with Pollack and one with Lunde. Henriksen currently resides in Santa Clarita, California.

Art[edit]

Henriksen continues to produce art. He worked as a muralist before he became an actor, and he has worked with clay since 1960. In September 2017, Henriksen set up a website to showcase and find homes for some of his most recent clay works. He "still believes that there is nothing as simple and beautiful as raw clay... And that Potters have the remaining soul of the nomads...always searching...."[28]

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Film Role Notes
1961 The Outsider U.S. Marine Uncredited
1972 It Ain't Easy Randy
1973 Emperor of the North Railroad Worker Uncredited
1974 To Kill the King Hank Adams
1975 Dog Day Afternoon FBI Agent Murphy
1976 Mansion of the Doomed Dr. Dan Bryan
Network Network lawyer at Khan's place Uncredited
The Next Man Federal Security
1977 Close Encounters of the Third Kind Robert
1978 Damien - Omen II Sergeant Neff
1979 The Visitor Raymond Armstead
1981 The Dark End of the Street Jimmy
Piranha II: The Spawning Police Chief Steve Kimbrough
Prince of the City District Attorney Burano
1983 Nightmares MacLeod
The Right Stuff Wally Schirra
1984 The Terminator Detective Hal Vukovich
1985 Jagged Edge Frank Martin
Savage Dawn Stryker
1986 Aliens Bishop
On Dangerous Ground Brook Alastair
1987 Near Dark Jesse Hooker
1988 Pumpkinhead Ed Harley
Survival Quest Hank
Deadly Intent Raymond
1989 The Horror Show Detective Lucas McCarthy
Johnny Handsome Rafe Garrett
Hit List Chris Caleek
1990 The Last Samurai Johnny Congo
1991 The Pit and the Pendulum Torquemada
Stone Cold 'Chains' Cooper
1992 Jennifer 8 Sergeant Freddy Ross
Alien 3 Bishop
Michael Weyland, Bishop's creator Listed in credits as "Bishop II"
Comrades in Arms Rob Reed
Delta Heat Jackson Rivers
1993 Excessive Force Captain Raymond Devlin
Super Mario Bros. The King[a] Cameo appearance
Man's Best Friend Dr. Jarret
Hard Target Emil Fouchon
The Outfit Dutch Schultz
Knights Job The Cyborg
The Criminal Mind Agent Winslow
1994 No Escape The Father
Color of Night Buck
Boulevard McClaren
Felony Taft
1995 Aurora: Operation Intercept William Stenghel
The Quick and the Dead 'Ace' Hanlon
Dead Man Cole Wilson
Powder Sheriff Doug Barnum
Mind Ripper Dr. Jim Stockton a.k.a. The Outpost
The Nature of the Beast Jack Powell Direct-to-video
1997 Dusting Cliff 7 Colonel Roger McBride Direct-to-video, a.k.a. Last Assassins
Gunfighter's Moon Frank Morgan Direct-to-video
No Contest II Eric Dane / Erich Dengler
1999 Tarzan Kerchak Voice[29]
2000 Scream 3 John Milton
2002 The Mangler 2 Headmaster Bradeen Direct-to-video
2002 The Untold Harlan Knowles Direct-to-video, a.k.a. Sasquatch
Unspeakable Pitchford Direct-to-video
2003 Antibody Dr. Richard Gaynes
Mimic 3: Sentinel Garbageman
2004 Modigliani Foster Kane
Madhouse Dr. Franks Direct-to-video
Alien vs. Predator Charles Bishop Weyland
Dream Warrior Parish
Starkweather The Mentor Direct-to-video
Paranoia 1.0 Howard Direct-to-video, a.k.a. One Point O
2005 Tarzan II Kerchak Voice, direct-to-video[29]
Hellraiser: Hellworld The Host Direct-to-video
2006 When a Stranger Calls The Stranger Voice
The Garden Ben Zachary Direct-to-video
Abominable Ziegler Dane
Sasquatch Mountain Chase Jackson
The Da Vinci Treasure Dr. John Coven
Superman: Brainiac Attacks Brainiac Voice[29]
Pirates of Treasure Island Long John Silver Direct-to-video
Pumpkinhead: Ashes to Ashes Ed Harley Television film
2007 Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud Ed Harley
Bone Dry Jimmy Direct-to-video
The Chosen One Cardinal Fred Voice, direct-to-video[29]
2008 Deadwater Colonel John Willets Direct-to-video, a.k.a. Black Ops
Dying God Chance Direct-to-video
Dark Reel Connor Pritchett
Appaloosa Ring Shelton
Necessary Evil Dr. Fibrian Direct-to-video
Pistol Whipped The Old Man
Prairie Fever Monte James
Alone in the Dark II Abner Lundbert
Adventures in Voice Acting Himself Documentary
2009 Screamers: The Hunting Orsow Direct-to-video
The Slammin' Salmon Dick Lobo
The Seamstress Sheriff Virgil Logan Direct-to-video
Jennifer's Body Passing Motorist Cameo
Nightmares in Red, White and Blue Himself Voice
2010 Cyrus Emmett
The Lost Tribe Gallo Direct-to-video
The Genesis Code Dr. Hoffer
Godkiller: Walk Among Us Mulciber Voice[29]
Scream of the Banshee Broderick Duncan Direct-to-video
The Penitent Man Mr. Darnell
2011 Good Day for It Lyle Tyrus
Monster Brawl God Voice
The Arcadian Father Reed Direct-to-video
2012 Astronaut: The Last Push Walter Moffitt
Beautiful Wave Jimmy Davenport / Baja Man
My Dog the Champion Billy
It's in the Blood Sheriff Russell
2013 Gingerclown Braineater Voice
The Book of Daniel Cyrus Direct-to-video
Phantom Markov
2014 Road to Paloma FBI Agent Kelly
Dark Awakening Father Donovan O'Malley
The Sector Shadow Man Direct-to-video
Hollows Grove Bill
Garm Wars: The Last Druid Wydd[30]
2015 Harbinger Down Graff Direct-to-video, a.k.a. Inanimate
Fragile Storm Norman Short film
Kids vs Monsters Heinrich Direct-to-video
Stung Caruthers
Spirit Riders Rex
2016 Monday at 11:01 A.M. Bartender
The Hamster Narrator Short film
Cut to the Chase The Man Direct-to-video
Daylight's End Chief Frank Hill
Deserted Hopper
The Sector The Finisher
After the Sun Fell Dicky
Gehenna: Where Death Lives Morgan
The Unwilling Father Harris
Lake Eerie Pop
2017 Needlestick Alexander Crick
Mom and Dad Mel
2018 Big Legend Jackson Wells
Gone Are the Days Taylon
A Reckoning Henry Breck
D-Railed Manny
Mimesis Nosferatu The Auter
2019 Cliffs of Freedom Old Demetri
Her Mind in Pieces Norman
Exorcism at 60,000 Feet Captain Houdee
Eminence Hill Mason
Being Reverend Campbell
2020 Falling Willis Peterson
A Place Among the Dead L
2021 The Unhealer Reverend Pflueger
The Dead of Night Earl
Reklaw Lott Short
Why? Sheriff Logan
Alpha Rift Corbin
Vote for Santa Santa
2022 Bring on the Dancing Horses
The Edge of Her Mind Anthology Norman
The Artifice Girl Old Gareth
2023 When Jack Came Back Barry Davis
On Fire George Laughlin
2024 Altered Reality Jack
TBA Awaken the Reaper Deacon Tom
TBA One Pastor Jesse Davidson Post-production
TBA Acre Beyond the Rye Dr. Bradford Weeks Post-production
TBA Bring Me the Head of Lance Henriksen Lance Post-production; filmed in 2010

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1980 B.A.D. Cats Timothy Pilot episode
Ryan's Hope Preston Post 8 episodes
1983 Cagney & Lacey Johnny 'Nose' Episode: "Hopes and Dreams"
Hardcastle and McCormick Deseau Episode: "Man in a Glass House"
Blood Feud Mel Pierce Television film
1984 The A-Team Mack Dalton Episode: "In Plane Sight"
Riptide John McMasters Episode: "Raiders of the Lost Sub"
Legmen Finch Episode: "A Woman's Work"
Cagney & Lacey Sergeant King Episode: "Heat"
Hardcastle and McCormick Josh Fulton Episode: "Never My Love"
1989 Beauty and the Beast 'Snow' Episode: "Snow"
1990–1991 Tales from the Crypt Reno Crevice / Sergeant Ripper 2 episodes
1996–1999 Millennium Frank Black 67 episodes
1998 The Day Lincoln Was Shot Abraham Lincoln Television film
1999 The X-Files Frank Black Episode: "Millennium"
Harsh Realm The General Pilot episode
2001 The Legend of Tarzan Kerchak Voice, episode: "Tarzan and Tublat's Revenge"
Lost Voyage David Shaw Television film
2004 Static Shock Kobra Leader Voice, episode: "Future Shock"[29]
Evel Knievel William 'Awful' Knoffel Television film
2005 Super Robot Monkey Team Hyperforce Go! Mobius Quint Voice, episode: "Hunt for the Citadel of Bone"
Into the West Daniel Wheeler Episode: "Hell on Wheels"
IGPX: Immortal Grand Prix Andrei Rublev Voice, episode: "Time to Shine"
Supernova Colonel Williams Television film
2006 Pumpkinhead: Ashes to Ashes Ed Harley
2007 Pumpkinhead: Blood Feud
In the Spider's Web Dr. Lecorpus
Caminhos do Coração Dr. Walker 6 episodes
2008 DEA Narrator Voice
Ladies of the House Frank Television film
2008–2009 Transformers: Animated Lockdown Voice, 3 episodes[29]
2009 NCIS Sheriff Clay Boyd Episode: "South by Southwest"
2010 The Avengers: Earth's Mightiest Heroes Grim Reaper Voice, 4 episodes[29]
Castle Benny Stryker Episode: "Close Encounters of the Murderous Kind"
2011 The Witches of Oz Henry Gale 2 episodes
Memphis Beat Tom Harrison Episode: "The Feud"
The Dog Who Saved Halloween Professor Eli Cole Television film
2012–2013 Tron: Uprising Tesler Voice, 16 episodes[29]
2012 The Legend of Korra The Lieutenant Voice, 7 episodes[29]
2013 Hannibal Lawrence Wells Episode: "Trou Normand"
2014 The Strain Narrator Voice, episode: "Night Zero"
2014–2017 All Hail King Julien Doc Sugarfoot Voice, episode: "Election"[29]
2015–2016 The Blacklist Bill McCready 4 episodes
2015 Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Zog Voice, episode: "Dinosaur Seen in Sewers!"[29]
2015–2017 Into the Badlands Penrith 3 episodes
2016 Grey's Anatomy Griffin McColl Episode: "Odd Man Out"
Criminal Minds Chazz Montolo Episode: "A Beautiful Disaster"
The Night Shift Clive 2 episodes
Legends of Tomorrow Obsidian Episode: "Compromised"
2017 The Machine Stanley Voice, television film
2018–2020 Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure Baron Voice, 2 episodes[29]
2020 New Looney Tunes Ironbootay Voice, episode: "Undercover Bunny"
Better Things Virgil Episode: "She's Fifty"
Big Dogs Totentatz 2 episodes
2023 Rabbit Hole Crowley Episode 8: Ace in The Hole
2023 Aqua Teen Hunger Force Vannesa Episode: "Anubis"

Voice work[edit]

Year Title Role Notes Ref.
2019 Alien III Bishop [31]

Video games[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
2002 Run Like Hell Nick Conner [29]
Red Faction II Molov
2002–2004 Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse Abaddon
2005 Gun Major Thomas Magruder [29]
2007 Mass Effect Admiral Steven Hackett [29]
2008 Transformers Animated: The Game Lockdown
2009 The Chronicles of Riddick: Assault on Dark Athena Max Dacher [29]
Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2 General Shepherd [29]
2010 Aliens vs. Predator Karl Bishop Weyland[29] Voice and likeness
2011 Mass Effect 2: Arrival Admiral Steven Hackett
Star Wars: The Old Republic Jedi Master Gnost-Dural [32]
2012 Mass Effect 3 Admiral Steven Hackett [29]
Infex Hazelton
2013 Aliens: Colonial Marines Bishop Voice and likeness
Michael Weyland
2014 Hearthstone: Heroes of Warcraft Thrallmar Farseer,The Black Knight
2018 Detroit: Become Human Carl Manfred Voice, performance capture, and likeness[29]
2022 The Quarry Jedediah Hackett

Books[edit]

Autobiography
Comic books
  • To Hell You Ride (five-issue comic book from Dark Horse Comics) (2012) – Lance Henriksen and Joseph Maddrey (co-authors) with Tom Mandrake (artist); a motion-comic video was also made by Dark Horse Comics) (2012) – Lance Henriksen and Joseph Maddrey (co-authors), Tom Mandrake (artist), Lance Henriksen (narrator), TKU: Tecamachalco Underground (Cesar Gallegos/Mateo Latosa) (musical score)

Notes[edit]

  1. ^ Identified as "Bowser" in production notes, and "Reznor" in comic continuation.

References[edit]

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