Stephen Collins (born October 1, 1947) is an American actor. He is probably best known for his role as Reverend Eric Camden on the television series 7th Heaven.
He is also the author of two novels: Eye Contact (1994) and Double Exposure (1998).
Though he plays a pastor on the television series 7th Heaven, he is actually Jewish.
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Though he plays a pastor on the television series 7th Heaven, he is actually Jewish. (incomplete). He is also the author of two novels: Eye Contact (1994) and Double Exposure (1998). He lent his voice to the "shrunken head" on the Knight Bus in the 2004 movie Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban. He is probably best known for his role as Reverend Eric Camden on the television series 7th Heaven. Henry is also one of the celebrities most associated with the British Comic Relief charity organisation along with Griff Rhys Jones. Stephen Collins (born October 1, 1947) is an American actor. They have an adopted daughter.
The Commission (2003). He is married to comedy actress Dawn French. Drive Me Crazy (1999). In 2003, he was listed in The Observer as one of the 50 funniest people in British comedy. The First Wives Club (1996). He would later say that both moves were not showing him at his best and that he felt most comfortable with character comedy, returning to the BBC to do Lenny Henry in Pieces, a character-based comedy sketch show. My New Gun (1992). In 1999 he also had a successful straight-acting lead role in the BBC drama Hope And Glory and tried his hand at soul singing.
Stella (1990). Henry is perhaps best known to modern audiences as the choleric chef of the comedic 1990s television series Chef!. The Big Picture (1989). The film was not successful, and it has been suggested that part of the problem was that the film's producers didn't really understand Henry and used him in a project that wasn't a good match for his talents. Jumpin' Jack Flash (1986). In the early 1990s, Henry was lured to Hollywood to star in the film True Identity, in which his character spent most of the film pretending to be a white person in order to avoid the mob. Choke Canyon (1986). He was also a part-time member of The Comic Strip.
Brewster's Millions (1985). Henry's TV work started pricipally with his own self-titled show, which has appeared in variant forms ever since. Loving Couples (1980). Much of his stand-up material, which was enormously popular on recorded LP, owed much to the writing abilities of Kim Fuller. Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979). He introduced characters which both mocked and celebrated black British culture, such as Theophilus P. Wildebeeste (a Barry White-a-like), Brixton pirate radio DJ Delbert Wilkins and Trevor MacDoughnut (a spoof on Trevor McDonald). The Promise (1979). Around this time he met his future wife, Dawn French, who encouraged him to move over to the fledgling alternative comedy scene, where he established a career as a stand-up comedy performer and character comedian.
Fedora (1978). Later he appeared on the children's programme Tiswas and subsequently the show Three of a Kind with comedians Tracey Ullman and David Copperfield. Between the Lines (1977). Subsequently he was a comedy performer on The Black and White Minstrel Show. All the President's Men (1976). His formative years were in working men's clubs where his unique act - a young black man impersonating white characters such as Frank Spencer from Some Mothers Do 'Ave 'Em - gave him an edge in what were racially divisive times. Jumping Ship (2001) (TV movie). His earliest TV appearances were on the New Faces TV talent show in the 1970s where he was a repeat winner.
As Time Runs Out (1999) (TV movie). Lenny Henry (born Lenny Hinton on August 29, 1958 in Dudley, West Midlands) is a British entertainer. An Unexpected Life (1998) (TV movie). Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban (2004). An Unexpected Family (1996) (TV movie). Bernard and the Genie (1991). 7th Heaven (1996-). True Identity (1991).
The Babysitter's Seduction (1996) (TV movie). Lenny Henry - A Biography, Jonathan Margolis (Orion, 1996). On Seventh Avenue (1996) (TV movie). Sisters (Collins appeared on the series 1995-1996). A Family Divided (1995).
Scarlett (1994) (miniseries). The Disappearance of Nora (1993). Remember (1993). A Woman Scorned: The Betty Broderick Story (1992) (TV movie).
A Woman Named Jackie (1991) (miniseries). Working It Out (1990). Tattingers (1989). Weekend War (1988).
Grenvilles (1987). The Two Mrs. Hold the Dream (1986). Chiefs (1983) (miniseries).
Dark Mirror (1984). Threesome (1984). Inside the Third Reich (1982). Tales of the Gold Monkey (1982).
Summer Solstice (1981). Looking Back (1981). The Henderson Monster (1980). The Rhinemann Exchange (1977) (miniseries).
Brinks: The Great Robbery (1976).