As the only son of a Southern military family, Henry Dittman lived in Newfoundland, Guam and even Mississippi before moving west to act, host, surf and perfect the art of playing a "douche in a suit."
Henry's TV guest star roles include "Body of Proof" (ABC), "Mad Men" (AMC), "Entourage" (HBO), "Brothers & Sisters" (ABC), and "Monk" (USA). His feature work includes starring roles opposite Illeana Douglas in "Knots" (which filmed in Hawaii and provided plenty of chances to surf and lay on the beach) and Tyler Hoechlin, Agnes Bruckner and William Sadler in "Open Gate" (which filmed in East Texas and provided zero chances to do either).
Henry hosted five seasons of USA Network's "Before and Afternoon Movie" and two seasons of Endemol's travel show "The Smart Show," which he also produced. He is currently a recurring panelist on "The Countdown" on Reelz Channel.
In addition to on-camera work, Henry has provided voiceovers for various animated series - most notably Disney's "Higglytown Heroes" and Cartoon Network's "Naruto." He also regularly performs live theatre and sketch comedy. In 2011, he won both the LA Weekly Award and the Ovation Award for his performance in Sacred Fools Theatre's original production "Watson," a tour-de-force comedy role that the L.A. Times praised as a "hilarious mix of malevolence and effete decorum."
Henry has recently co-created and produced three independent television pilots, "Buzzy Grovenor's Ding Dong" (a multi-camera parody/mashup of late sixties variety shows), "Millennial" (a single cam take on duplicitous, struggling twentysomethings), and "Smitten" (a quirky comedy about a fool for love).