John Henry Richardson
John Henry is an award-winning, critically-acclaimed actor, director, writer, producer and has over 300 motion picture, television and theater credits to his name.
He has won numerous awards in all categories from major film festivals throughout the world.
Drawing upon his experience and knowledge as a professional actor he gives students a working understanding of the disciplines and tools needed to master the art of acting for the camera and teaches them invaluable secrets to bringing a performance to life on film.
He made his foray into the field of television, having written and directed the romantic adventure, SANTIARA, for Oprah Winfrey’s Oxygen Network.
Recently John Henry starred in and co-produced the prime-time television series, NEW YORK BLUES, for China, shot in the U.S. and broadcast on Beijing’s number one television network, CCTV.
Having taught the craft of film acting for over 30 years, John Henry designed and implemented the MFA, BFA and AFA curriculum for the Acting for Film School of the New York Film Academy at Universal Studios.
His film WHERE IS SHE NOW has won 25 International film awards, and John Henry has won 8 Best Director trophies. He is a graduate of the world-renowned Pasadena Playhouse College of Theatre Arts and the University of California at Los Angeles.