While attending the prestigious Illinois Mathematics and Science Academy, Asian American actor Henry Milton Chu found his strong interest in hip hop dance fueling a career in acting. Chu began his career as a runway and print model for designers Carla Rivera and Horatio Nieto and as a dancer at Energy Productions while training at Act One Studios in Chicago. He later moved to Los Angeles and trained at The Acting Corps under Dariush Kashani and Sydney Walsh. Henry's recent credits include Let Old Ghosts Rest (2009) as one of lead roles (Chow) and Formosa Betrayed (2009) (directed by Adam Kane, starring James Van Der Beek).