The youngest of Philip and Elizabeth's children, Henry, 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.
Sellati was born in Colorado in 2001. At the age of eight he and his family moved back east to his father's home state of New York. Shortly thereafter, Sellati expressed an interest in acting and, with the support of his parents, began to explore the possibility of a career in the arts.
At 11 years old Sellati landed his first big break with the role of "Henry Jennings" on the hit FX show The Americans. Since then he has gone on to guest star on other hit shows including Law & Order: Special Victims Unit alongside Kelli Giddish and Bradley Whitford. His work in feature film includes a starring role in the Mexican action feature, The Jesuit, in which he appears opposite José María Yazpik, Paz Vega and Ron Perlman. In addition to TV and film, Sellati has also worked on multiple commercials and voiceovers.
Currently an eighth grade student attending middle school in New York City, if he's not hanging with his friends and playing video games, Sellati can be found playing lacrosse or shooting paint balls. In his spare time, Sellati is an avid snowboarder and hockey player who also enjoys snowmobiling and traveling. As a young man with a diverse cultural background (he is Korean, Irish, Italian and English) he also loves exploring different cultures and truly believes that exploration is his best teacher.