Born in Malaysia and raised in England, actor Henry Golding became a familiar face on the British TV series The Travel Show in 2014 and has been a familiar face in Hollywood for the past four years in several high-profile films ranging from comedy to heartfelt drama.
Henry’s breakthrough studio debut came with this smash romantic comedy that became an instant pop culture sensation and made him a face to remember as Nick, the wealthy heir whose engagement sparks drama and hilarity among his family in Singapore. You’ll see him reprising his role in two sequels now filming back-to-back.
Paul Feig’s twisty, tart thriller features Henry as the husband of Blake Lively, a fashion executive whose sudden disappearance ignites a mystery that can only be solved by her new friend, vlogger Anna Kendrick. Whether Henry is trustworthy is something you’ll have to find out since we wouldn’t dream of giving anything away.
Henry and Paul Feig reunited for this unorthodox romantic comedy with a bittersweet twist starring Emilia Clarke as an aspiring singer working at a Christmas shop who seems to find the man of her dreams but with some unexpected life lessons in store.
Henry got to show off his nastier side as the gangster Dry Eye among a stellar ensemble cast in Guy Ritchie’s acidic dark crime comedy with Matthew McConaughey, Hugh Grant, and Charlie Hunnam about a war that erupts across London over a valuable underground (literally) pot industry.
Henry takes the lead in this beautifully shot drama from Hong Khaou about a young British man who returns to Vietnam, the country of his birth, for the first time in decades. Tasked with scattering his parents’ ashes, he undergoes a personal journey tied to the country’s history.