The youngest of Philip and Elizabeth’s children, “Henry Jennings,” played by Keidrich Sellati, is an all-American boy. He’s growing up in the suburbs, plays ice hockey, likes astronauts, loves video games… and he has no idea that his parents are spying on the country he was born in and loves.
Aside from his role in The Americans, Sellati’s additional notable work in television includes a guest star role on Law & Order: Special Victims Unit.
Sellati’s most recent work in feature film includes the lead role in the coming-of-age independent film Life Now, Life Then that completed photography this past summer. Additional film work includes the action drama The Jesuit, in which Sellati starred alongside Jose Maria Yaspik, Paz Vega and Ron Perlman.
Born in Colorado, Sellati resides in New York with his family. Currently in high school, Sellati enjoys playing lacrosse, snowmobiling, traveling and shooting paint balls. In his spare time, he is also an avid snowboarder and hockey player. As a young man with a diverse cultural background (Korean, Irish, Italian and English), Sellati loves exploring different cultures and truly believes that exploration is his best teacher.