Henry Fulton Winship is a Chicago-born actor, living in Los Angeles. He was recently seen in the Center for New Performance production Augustine Machine Ou Encore Une Nuit d’Insomnie and CalArts School of Theater productions: Accidental Death of an Anarchist and The Water Station. Henry made his stage debut in Viable at the Aery Theater Festival, where he went on to receive the festival's Best Actor award. His most recent screen acting work includes the feature-film Actual People and the Oxford Film Festival jury-prized Happy Birthday, Papa. Henry received his B.A. in philosophy from Colorado College and graduated from Terry Knickerbocker Studio’s Two-Year Meisner Conservatory. After completing an internship with The Wooster Group in New York, Henry is now enrolled in the MFA Acting program at California Institute of the Arts.