Mike Henry

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Henry in 2011

Mike Henry (born March 25, 1964 in Richmond, Virginia) is an American voice actor, writer, producer, singer, and comedian. He is best known for his work on Family Guy where he is a writer, producer, and voice actor.

He does the voice for many characters, such as Cleveland Brown, Herbert, Bruce, and Greased Up Deaf Guy, and Consuela. Starting with the show's fifth season, Henry had received billing as a main cast member. In 2009, Henry, Seth MacFarlane, and Richard Appel created a spin-off of Family Guy called The Cleveland Show to focus on Cleveland and his new family.

Henry is currently married to Sara Henry and have no children.

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