John Burroughs High School
Reprised the role of Pollux in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 2"
Took on the starring role of Foggy on the superhero series "Daredevil"
Played Pollux in "The Hunger Games: Mockingjay - Part 1"
Appeared in the romantic drama "Not Since You"
Cast as Billy Z, co-owner of the Zephyr surf shop in "Lords of Dogtown" a fictionalized take on a group of skateboarders that originated in Venice, California during the 1970's
Cast in the thriller "The Butterfly Effect," which starred Ashton Kutcher and Amy Smart
Featured in "O" (filmed in 1999), a modern retelling of "Othello" starring Mekhi Phifer and Josh Hartnett
Appeared in the ensemble film "She's All That"
Co-starred with Devon Sawa and Seth Green in "Idle Hands"
Had co-starring role opposite Kieran Culkin in "The Mighty", billed as Elden Henson
Appeared in "Radio Flyer"
Created role of Fulton Reed in "The Mighty Ducks"; reprised part in both sequels
Featured in the Showtime original "Marilyn Hotchkiss Ballroom Dancing & Charm School"
First major film role in "Turner & Hooch"
TV-movie debut in the ABC miniseries "Elvis and Me"
Guest starred in a Halloween episode of NBC's family drama "Highway to Heaven"
Appeared in an episode of the anthology series "Amazing Stories"
Family moved to Los Angeles (date approximate)
Appeared in bit part in Lumet's "Daniel"
TV acting debut as a child performer on the CBS daytime drama "As the World Turns" (date approximate)
Had small role in Sidney Lumet's "The Verdict"
Film debut as a ring bearer in "A Little Sex"
Began career as a child model at age two; signed by Eileen Ford (dated by approximate)
Was raised in New York City.
Founded the production company Roulette Entertainment with Josh Hartnett.
Appeared in both the 1990 short film and the 2005 feature film of "Marilyn Hotchkiss' Ballroom Dancing and Charm School"
Henson got his start in acting by appearing in numerous commercials as a young boy.