Henry Strozier's Bio
is an actor/narrator who was a resident company member of eleven professional theatres around the country: The Asolo, Baltimore's Center Stage, The Barter Theater, The Loretto-Hilton, The Great Lakes Shakespeare Festival, The Missouri Rep, The Milwaukee Rep, The American Players Theater, the beloved Totem Pole Playhouse and Arena Stage. He was at Arena for 16 years.
He has also appeared at Williamstown, The Guthrie, The Westport Country Playhouse, The Missouri Rep, the Olney Theater, The Bucks County Playhouse, Rutgers (guest artist), East Carolina, Marriott Lincolnshire, the Pinehurst Playhouse, and D.C.'s Studio Theater. In addition, he has also worked on and off Broadway.
He was in 50 productions at Arena Stage, including Karl in The Marriage of Bette and Boo, Edgar in Dance of Death, The Captain in The Father, Schill in The Visit, the Leading Man in Six Characters in Search of an Author, Malvolio in Twelfth Night, Harpagon in "The Miser", Lord Summerhays in "Misalliance", and Uncle Billy in A Wonderful Life.
He was nominated for 4 Helen Hayes Awards (Wash D.C.) and won for Shpigelsky in the 1995 production of Turgenev's A Month in The Country. In Chicago, he was proud to be part of the cast of The Last Meeting of The Knights of the White Magnolia which won a Jefferson Award for Best Ensemble. His first professional acting job, as an apprentice at the Barter Theatre in 1960, was opposite Ned Beatty in Regions of Noon.
Broadway and Off-Broadway plays include Art, Judgment at Nuremberg, A Question of Mercy, Spinning Into Butter, Wonderland, Andorra, McReel, The Persians, and Right You Are. His film and TV career includes roles in 13 Days, Contact, Sex in the City. Law and Order, Homicide, You Don't Know Jack, Birch Interval, Mary White, Dr. Max (with Lee J. Cobb), Kidnapped, the Whoopie Goldberg show, and Damages.