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John Hensley is a Actor American born on 29 august 1977 at Hyden (USA)

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Birth name John Carter Hensley II
Nationality USA
Birth 29 august 1977 (46 years) at Hyden (USA)

John Carter Hensley II (born August 26, 1977) is an American actor, best known for his role as Matt McNamara on Nip/Tuck.


Les parents de John divorcèrent quand il n'avait que 3 ans.
Avant de commencer sa carrière d'acteur, John travailla dans un ranch à chevaux dans l'État du Wyoming. Ce n'est qu'au moment où il auditionna pour une pièce de théâtre scolaire qu'il s'intéressa à la carrière d'acteur. Il effectua un long séjour à New York où il rencontra son futur manager.
Son premier rôle majeur à la télévision fut celui de Luke Madigan dans Madigan de père en fils. Il joua ensuite Gabriel Browman dans la série télévisée Witchblade adaptée de la bande dessinée, du même nom, Witchblade mais c'est surtout le rôle de Matt McNamara dans la série Nip/Tuck qui l'a rendu célèbre.

Au cinéma, il joua dans Campfire Stories, Peoples, Fifty Pills et Teeth.

Il est également un joueur de poker, il participa au World Poker Tour pour une œuvre caritative.

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Filmography of John Hensley (6 films)

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Mall (2014)
, 1h30
Directed by Joe Hahn
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Vincent D'Onofrio, Peter Stormare, Gina Gershon, Cameron Monaghan, James Frecheville, John Hensley
Roles Lenny
Rating49% 2.4568052.4568052.4568052.4568052.456805
Mal, an addict, shoots his mother and heads to the mall. At the same time, a cop urges philosophical college student Jeff to stop loitering on private property. Jeff and his friend Adelle also go to the mall, as Jeff tells her about his belief that modern society has become soulless and an shallow facsimile of itself. Jeff describes several of the people that they see at the mall and narratives what he imagines their back story to be: Donna, a bored housewife who obsesses over her attractiveness; Barry, a salesman who hates his business but stays in it because he understands it; Michael, a security guard who, after immigrating, becomes a widower and lives only for his job; and Danny, a married businessman who engages in casual sex.
Hostel: Part III, 1h28
Directed by Scott Spiegel
Origin USA
Genres Horror
Themes Medical-themed films, Psychologie, Films about psychiatry
Actors Kip Pardue, Brian Hallisay, John Hensley, Skyler Stone, Sarah Habel, Thomas Kretschmann
Roles Justin
Rating46% 2.3096652.3096652.3096652.3096652.309665
The film starts with a young man, named Travis, going into a hotel room where a Ukrainian couple, Victor and Anka, are currently staying. Anka and Victor fall unconscious after being drugged by the beer Travis gave them. It is then revealed that Travis is a member of the Elite Hunting Club. Victor later wakes up in a cell in an abandoned building, and watches as two guards drag Anka out of her cell.
Shutter (2008)
, 1h25
Directed by Masayuki Ochiai
Origin USA
Genres Thriller, Horror, Crime
Themes Seafaring films, Films about sexuality, Films about suicide, Transport films, Rape in fiction, Ghost films, Rape and revenge films, Children's films
Actors Joshua Jackson, Rachael Taylor, Megumi Okina, John Hensley, David Denman, James Kyson
Roles Adam
Rating52% 2.602972.602972.602972.602972.60297
Ben Shaw (Joshua Jackson) and his new bride, Jane (Rachael Taylor), leave New York for Tokyo, Japan, where Ben has a job as a photographer. While traveling, Jane hits a girl in the middle of the wilderness, running over her. They find no body or even a trace of blood and decide to leave, thinking the victim was all right. They later start to find mysterious lights in their photos, which are later identified as spirit photography by Ben's assistant, Seiko Nakamura (Maya Hazen). Jane begins to have eerie dreams and visions as if they are trying to tell her something, and senses a haunting presence stalking them. Ben begins to complain of severe shoulder pain, and his friends begin to comment he's looking bent and hunched over, though the doctor can find no cause. Seiko takes Jane to her ex-boyfriend, Ritsuo (James Kyson Lee), whose career is to investigate paranormal activities, and he tells them that the lights are spirits, manifestations of intense emotions trying to communicate. At a subway station, Jane spots the ghostly presence of the girl she hit, causing her to believe that she killed the girl. Ben later also has a similar terrifying encounter. They go to a medium, Murase; however, Ben refuses to translate what Murase says, claiming he is a fraud.
Teeth (2008)
, 1h36
Directed by Mitchell Lichtenstein
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Horror comedy, Horror
Themes L'adolescence, Films about children, Films about families, Feminist films, Films about sexuality, Rape in fiction, Erotic films, La sexualité des mineurs, Rape and revenge films, Political films, Comedy horror films, Auto-justice
Actors Jess Weixler, John Hensley, Hale Appleman, Josh Pais, Lenny Von Dohlen, Ashley Springer
Roles Brad
Rating53% 2.699412.699412.699412.699412.69941
Dawn O’Keefe (Jess Weixler) is a teenage spokesperson for a Christian abstinence group called The Promise. She attends groups with her two friends, Alisha (Julia Garro) and Phil (Adam Wagner). One evening after giving a speech about the purity ring worn by members of the group, she is introduced to Tobey (Hale Appleman) and finds him attractive. The four begin going out as a group. Dawn has fantasies about marrying Tobey, although after acknowledging the attraction, they agree that they cannot spend time together. Soon after they give in and meet at a local swimming hole. After swimming together, they go into a cave to get warm and begin kissing. Dawn gets uncomfortable and tries to get them to go back. Tobey then attempts to rape Dawn, who panics and tries to push him off. Tobey becomes aggressive and shakes Dawn, resulting in her smacking her head on the ground. While she is dazed, Tobey takes the opportunity to begin raping her. Dawn fights back and inadvertently bites off his penis with her vagina. A horrified Dawn stumbles away and she flees the scene. After a Promise meeting, she meets her classmate Ryan (Ashley Springer) at a dance; they talk, and he drops her off at her home.
Fifty Pills, 1h25
Origin USA
Genres Comedy, Comedy-drama, Crime
Actors Lou Taylor Pucci, Kristen Bell, John Hensley, Nora Zehetner, Michael Peña, Diora Baird
Roles Coleman
Rating49% 2.4530952.4530952.4530952.4530952.453095
After being blamed for a party which he didn't throw or have any knowledge of, that resulted in many damages, young Darren (Lou Taylor Pucci) loses his scholarship. Being from a lower-middle-class family he will not have enough money to pay for college next semester without his scholarship. His roommate, Coleman (John Hensley), who actually threw the party, sympathizes with Darren and gives him a stash of fifty ecstasy pills. If he sells the pills he could make $1000 and would have enough money to stay in school.
Witchblade (2000)
, 2h
Directed by Ralph Hemecker
Origin USA
Genres Fantasy, Action
Actors Yancy Butler, Anthony Cistaro, David Chokachi, Kenneth Welsh, Will Yun Lee, Eric Etebari
Roles Gabriel Bowman
Rating54% 2.7021752.7021752.7021752.7021752.702175
When one of her best friends is murdered, NYPD homicide detective Sara Pezzini (Yancy Butler) is bitter at being unable to bring her killer to justice. Sara is certain the killer is Tommy Gallo (Conrad Dunn), a legendary hit man who seems untouchable. After one of Gallo's henchmen assaults her partner, Danny Woo (Will Yun Lee), Sara pursues him into a museum where the artifacts of Joan of Arc are among those displayed. While searching for Gallo's man, Sara is momentarily transfixed by a metal gauntlet in a display case – and is startled by a mysterious figure (Eric Etebari) who vanishes as quickly as he appears. During a savage gunfight in the museum, the display case is shattered and the gauntlet careens through space and finds Sara's arm, miraculously protecting her. In time it appears that all of these events have converged through the machinations of a billionaire named Kenneth Irons (Anthony Cistaro), a man obsessed with an artifact called the Witchblade.