Jeffrey Henderson

An award winning actor, director, writer, voice over artist, illustrator and musician, Jeffrey Henderson’s career has included a wide-ranging assortment of comic book, video game, animation, advertising, feature film and television projects. 

His latest is the short film, Star Wars: The Sable Corsair, which won the "Audience Choice" at the 2016 LucasFilm Fan Film Awards. It's a project that saw him taking on multiple roles: co-director, lead actor, screenwriter, producer, storyboard artist, art director and post- supervisor.

An accomplished storyboard artist, some of Henderson’s major film credits include: 'Twilight: Eclipse' and '30 Days of Night' with David Slade, 'Inception' for Christopher Nolan and 'After Earth' with M. Night Shyamalan, to name just a few.

He also worked with Sam Raimi on a number of film projects, including 'Spider-Man 3 & 4', 'World of Warcraft' and 'OZ, The Great and Powerful'.

Television credits include the critically-acclaimed 'Fargo' for creator Noah Hawley and 'Crossbones' for director David Slade.

Henderson has also worked on a number of high profile video game titles, including "Destiny," "Dishonored 2" and "Injustice 2," and has also done story and development work for a variety of upcoming VR projects. He was also a principal storyboard and conceptual artist on the "TRANSFORMERS 3D" attraction for Universal Studios.

He has lectured and taught courses on storyboarding/ visual storytelling/ film direction at the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, CA, The Savannah College of Art & Design/SCAD, as well as The University of the Nations in Kona, Hawaii.

As an accomplished actor/ voice over artist (SAG/ AFTRA), and a successful singer/ songwriter (ASCAP), he has contributed vocal performances, songs and music to a number of film, TV and video game projects.

“Good Morning California!," the debut record from his band, The Dark Holidays, is available now on !Viva La Biscuit! Records.

You can find Jeffrey online at planethenderson.com, on Twitter @PlanetHenderson.

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