Who are you?
I’m an artist in the theatre realm, I’m in love with the stage and in love with film. Right now, I work as a director of performances for a student organisation. I direct youth-oriented performances.
Who do you admire the most, and why?
I admire Michael Jackson. He had a tormented life, but he was the absolute best at what he did. He could sing anything. He spent 2 years rehearsing the moonwalk before debuting it. That in itself is a lost art.
How did you begin your art journey?
When I was around 4 years old, my sister was performing on stage. I told mom that I could do better than her, so I jumped on stage started doing who knows what. When it comes to inspiration, Michael Keaton and Jerry Lewis are probably the two that got me into acting, they taught me how important is was to become your character.
What is your dream project?
Writing and starring in a move that featured actors from all around the world. I would also want to use their home grown performing techniques.
What is your biggest hurdle?
What do you believe in?
I believe God has a plan for me. I feel that Art is heavenly and therefore deserves to be created and shared for all.
“The world around us provides plenty for us to see. Art truly is all around us.”
About Henry Mullins
Favorite book: For One More Day by Mitch Albom
Favorite movie: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (1990)
Favorite cartoon character: Doug