Henry Dittman

Henry Dittman

actor, producer, writer

Henry Dittman was born on Dec 13, 1971 in USA. Henry Dittman's big-screen debut came with Neon Genesis Evangelion: The End of Evangelion directed by Hideaki Anno in 1997, strarring Council Member C (English version, voice). Henry Dittman is known for Tiger & Bunny directed by Kei'ichi Sato, Hiroaki Hirata stars as Kotetsu T. Kaburagi and Masakazu Morita as Barnaby Brooks Jr. The upcoming new tvshow Henry Dittman plays is Tiger & Bunny - Season 2 which will be released on Apr 08, 2022.

Henry Dittman has most recently been seen on Blackish (ABC), Superstore (NBC), Welcome to Georgia (pilot, CBS), Mixed-ish (ABC), and Netflix's hit show Prank Encounters (for which he is also a writer/producer). Some of his favorite roles include the recurring roles of Tom Schaffer on Mad Men (AMC) and Dr. Martin on 100 Things to do Before High School (Nickelodeon). He also loves doing sketch comedy, appearing on numerous episodes of Conan, The Late Late Show, A Little Late with Lilly Singh, and The Pete Holmes Show. His feature film work includes lead roles opposite Illeana Douglas in Knots and Tyler Hoechlin in Open Gate.Henry is also the host of digital content for America's Funniest Videos, and hosted five seasons of USA Network's Before and Afternoon Movie and two seasons of Endemol's travel show The Smart Show, which he also co-produced. He has hosted pilots for NBC, TBS, TLC, Bravo, E!, and Cartoon Network and was a recurring panelist on The Countdown and Hollywood's Top Ten on Reelz Channel. He has also appeared in over 90 television commercials, most often in his favorite role: "jerk in a suit." Henry has provided voiceover for countless advertising campaigns, as well as animated series, including Disney's Higglytown Heroes and Cartoon Network's Naruto.Most recently on stage, he won the LA Weekly Award and the Ovation Award for his performance in Watson, a tour-de-force performance that the L.A. Times praised as a "hilarious mix of malevolence and effete decorum." Also a published author, his comedy book Daddy Drinks (co-written with French Stewart) was published by Post Hill Press and is now available at Barnes & Noble and Amazon.

  • Birthday

    Dec 13, 1971
  • Place of Birth

    Los Angeles, California, USA
  • Also known

    Henry M. Dittman

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