Christopher Thomas Henchy or Chris Henchy is an American producer and screenwriter known for his production of The Other Guys,
and “Hansel & Gretel: Witch Hunters.” Henchy is also a known to be close friends with ,
, and . Chris Henchy was born to Patricia Henchy, in
. On relocating to Augusta, Georgia, Henchy pursued his schooling at the Saint Mary on the Hill Catholic School in Georgia. Later on, Henchy attended the Friendswood High School in Texas, where he was a member of the school’s annual souvenir book and was also actively involved in journalism. Henchy also pursued a Bachelor’s degree in Finance at the University of New Mexico in Albuquerque and was also a part of the Sigma Alpha Epsilon fellowship.
On graduating from the University, Henchy started working at the Wall Street in New York City. On realizing that his passion lay elsewhere, Henchy left his job at the Wall Street to pursue a career in comedy. Consequently, Henchy landed a job at the MTV, which required him to write the funny monologs for Garry Shandling’s creation, “The Larry Sanders Show.” In 1996, Henchy wrote the script of the sitcom “Campus Cops.” Later on, Henchy turned screenwriter for various small budget shows and short films.
The millennium year saw Henchy write and produce the
starrer “Battery.” Subsequently, Henchy also created and produced television shows such as “Life with Bonnie” and “Spin City.” 2003 saw Marco Pennette and Henchy co-write the script of the sitcom “I’m With Her.” The show was loosely based on how Henchy met his wife,
, and the incidences that followed. Henchy also produced television series such as Entourage and “Eastbound & Down.” 2007 saw Henchy, Will Ferrell, and Adam McKay creates the comedy videos website, “Funny or Die.” Henchy has also produced “The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard,” “The Campaign,” and turned a writer for “Land of the Lost” and The Other Guys. Henchy is married to actress, Brook Shields, and is a father to two daughters.