Sam Hennings is an American actor and writer. He is popularly known for the movies like Drew Lord, The Last Plane from Coramaya, Captain Greer, The Beneficiary.
Sam Hennings was born on December 17, 1950, in Macon, Georgia, US. He holds the American nationality and his ethnicity is German, English and Scotch-Irish.
There is no information regarding his parents.
He studied at the prestigious Beverly Hills Playhouse, California. In 1984, his teacher encouraged him and launched his theatrical stage career, a medium he fell in love with and continues to return to whenever possible.
He stands at a height of 6 feet and 1 inch. Similarly, he has blue eyes with light brown hair. The information regarding his full body measurements is not available.
There is no information regarding his relationship status. There are no rumors of him being with anyone. As of now, he might be single.
He is not active on social media like Facebook, Instagram, and Twitter.
Sam Hennings started his professional acting career in 1984 by making a debut on the ABC series Moonlighting (pilot episode). He also appeared in several TV guest-starring roles including Alfred Hitchcock Presents, Dallas, Star Trek: The Next Generation and Hunter.
In 1991, Hennings appeared as a hard-nosed, Texas sheriff in the 1960s era film Shout. In 1992-93, Sam featured in the Television series, Secrets and NBC’sTrade Winds.
Sam portray the role of rogue, skydiving, DEA agent opposite Gary Busey in Paramount Studios film, Drop Zone which was direct, by John Badham.
In 2002, He also featured in the long-running series ER and in 2004, he played the lead role as Ben Steed in the trilogy (2004-2006) film series, The Work And The Glory. Similarly, in 2005, Sam was cast in the film, Havoc and also appeared in the movie, Stolen in 2009.
In 2017, Sam was appeared in Hypnotized, as an egotistical, sex-obsessed, Southern Governor. His recent project was Rodrigo Garcia’s drama Four Good Days.
Hennings has an estimated net worth of $12 million.