Daniel Henney stars in CBS's "Three Rivers" as Dr. David Lee.

Model-turned-actor Daniel Henney is now a household name in South Korea after starring as Dr. Henry Kim in the popular miniseries "My Lovely Samsoon." Henney was also recently seen in this summer's blockbuster hit "X-Men Origins: Wolverine," in which he plays the character Agent Zero.

Henney starred in the television series "Spring Waltz," by acclaimed director SukHo Yoon and then went on to star in his first feature film "Seducing Mr. Robin." His second film, "My Father," won multiple awards in South Korea and was actually the first time in that country's history that a foreigner swept all the major cinema awards in the Best New Actor category.

Henney has also appeared in the Off-Broadway production of "Death of a Salesman."

He was born in Carson City, Michigan, to a Korean-American mother and a British-American father. He studied Business Communications at Albion College and Alma College and as an avid sports enthusiast, played college basketball throughout his college years. He is also musically active and has been the lead vocal and guitarist for an underground rock band, Avarice, for two years. Currently, he lives in Seoul, South Korea and Los Angeles


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Age: 37 years old
Birthday: November 28, 1979
Height: 6' 2"
Nickname: Mr. Robin
Full Name / Real Name: Daniel Phillip Henney
Birthplace: Carson City, MI
Current Residence: Seoul, South Korea and Los Angeles, CA

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