Sam Hennings Bio

(Actor, Writer)

Relationship Statistics of Sam Hennings

What is Sam Hennings marital status ? (single, married, in relation or divorce):Single
Is Sam Hennings having any relationship affair ?: No
Is Sam Hennings gay ?: No

More about the relationship

Sam Hennings’s relationship status is single. There are no rumors of him being with anyone.

He likes to keep his personal life is private.

Who is Sam Hennings?

Sam Hennings is an American actor and writer well known for appearing in TV series and movies since 1985.

With more than three decades in the acting profession, Sam Hennings has established himself as a well-known actor in the industry.

Sam recently completed his screenplay, The Littlest Cowboy which is his latest writing project.

Sam Hennings’s Early Life, Ancestry

Hennings was born on born December 17, 1950, in Macon, Georgia, US.

He has German, English and Scotch-Irish ancestry.

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In the early 1980s, he decided to pursue acting as a full-time profession.

Hennings moved to Los Angeles where he studied at the prestigious Beverly Hills Playhouse, California.

In 1984, with encouragement from his teacher, Sam launched his theatrical stage career, a medium he fell in love with and continues to return to whenever possible.

Career of Sam Hennings

In Television

After moving to Los Angel In 1985, Sam made his professional acting debut on the ABC series Moonlighting (pilot episode).

He landed in several TV guest-starring roles including Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Dallas, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Hunter.

Sam played Loyola Marymount basketball Coach, David Spencer, in a biographical television drama, Final Shot: The Hank Gathers Story.

In 1989, Sam had his first break when director Randy Roberts invited him to the acclaimed ABC TV – Movie, Gideon Oliver – The Last Plane from Coramaya. His performance as a photojournalist in wartime Central America was received with an abundance of critical praises.

In 1992-93, Sam landed his first series regular role on television in the short-lived series Secrets and NBC’s Trade Winds.

CBS then cast Sam as a charming, but dark murderer, in the western series, The Magnificent Seven.

That same year he was cast as Linda Hamilton’s love interest in the CBS MOW: Point Last Seen.

He finished the decade with recurring roles on the CBS series, Pensacola: Wings of Gold and the popular military drama series, JAG.

TNT cast him in a recurring role as Holly Hunter’s brother in the series, Saving Grace.

In 2009, Sam accepted guest-starring roles in television shows such as Eleventh Hour, Dollhouse, Cold Case, CSI Miami, and CSI Crime Scene Investigation.

In 2010, TNT again cast him in regular series Memphis Beat.

Sam was cast in the popular fantasy cult series, Supernatural, as the legendary gun-maker, Samuel Colt.

In 2012, director Jon Avnet drafted Sam as the recurring character, “Col. Harold,” for the YouTube series Lauren.

Sam continued to accept challenging guest-starring roles on hit shows some of which include Castle, Criminal Minds and Red Widow, where Sam played a hardened, bad-ass drug dealer.

In 2013, the Lifetime Network cast Sam as a stern, polygamous husband in the TV movie, Escape from Polygamy.

Sam’s latest project is Rodrigo Garcia’s drama Four Good Days.


In 1991, Sam made his film debut as a hard-nosed, Texas sheriff in the 1960s era film Shout which had mixed reviews from critics, but even so, Sam earned praise for his performance.

He was then cast as the lead in the film, Seasons of the Heart, playing a weary, Civil War-era man on the cold plains of Oregon whose children are dying of cholera.

In 1994, director John Badham cast Sam as a rogue, skydiving, DEA agent opposite Gary Busey in Paramount Studios film Drop Zone.

In 2002, NBC cast him as a charming, CIA operative in the long-running series ER and in 2004, he accepted the lead role as Ben Steed in the trilogy (2004-2006) film series, The Work And The Glory.

Later that year, Martin Scorsese cast him in The Aviator, with Leonardo DiCaprio.

In 2005 Sam was cast in the film, Havoc, as Bijou Phillips’ father.

In 2009, Sam was cast in the film, Stolen.

In 2013, director Wayne Kramer offered Sam the dark role of “Virgil,” aka the “Devil,” in Pawnshop Chronicles.

Sam then returned to his favorite medium, the stage, in plays such as Hanging Alice and Ten Tricks.

In 2017, Sam was cast in Hypnotized, playing an egotistical, sex-obsessed, Southern Governor.

How Much Does Sam Hennings Earn?

Sam’s net worth is estimated to be $12 million. He has made most of his earning from his acting career.

Annually, he earns $50,000 as an actor.

Body Measurements

Sam has blue eyes with light brown hair. He is 6 feet and 1 inch tall.


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