Lorenzo Henrie
Lorenzo Henrie
Lorenzo James Henrie is an American actor. He has been credited as either Lorenzo Henrie, Lorenzo James Henrie or James Henrie. He is the younger brother of David Henrie.
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    TEENAGE
  • 2009
    Age 15
    In 2009, Lorenzo James Henrie was cast in J. J. Abrams’, Star Trek feature film playing a Vulcan Bully, and at the age of 16, he landed the leading role of Ted Wheeler in the film, The Wheeler Boys, alongside Portia Doubleday and Alex Frost. The Wheeler Boys had its world-wide feature debut in June at the LA Film Festival, 2010.
    More Details Hide Details In a review of the fim, The Hollywood Reporter commented: “Lorenzo Henrie and Ramm stand out as the two freshmen who must experience a sharp learning curve their first year, and that's not in the classroom. Henrie often needs little if any dialogue to convey a welter of emotions he is going through when the full realization of his brother's many betrayals becomes increasingly clear to his character. Ramm also conveys much with looks or gestures. These two might be the real discoveries in the film.”
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1993
    Born
    Born on June 29, 1993.
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