Henning Fischer was born in Pforzheim, Germany to parents Wolfgang and Ingrid Fischer. He has two younger brothers named Konstantin and Sebastian. While some actors are inspired by celebrities or childhood fantasies, it was the more tangible subjects of mathematics and international business that helped actor Henning Fischer to uncover a passion for the arts. His global journey, culminating in Los Angeles, has taken him from studies in Berlin and New York to world travel across three continents. After completing five years of intense training in New York City (at the Stella Adler Studio and the Terry Schreiber Studios), the actor arrived in Hollywood chock full of life experiences. Henning specializes in dramatic interpretations of dark characters, and delights in sinking his teeth into psychologically-challenging roles. He has performed with Germany's "Theater in der Kirche", touring extensively with productions of "Minna von Barnhelm" by Gotthold Ephraim Lessing and "The Imaginary Invalid" by Moliere. In New York, he appeared in "The Amulet" (New Worlds Theatre) and "Cocktails at the Centre of the Earth" (Off-Off-Broadway). His film and television credits include One Fine Sunday, the sci-fi short Synthetic_World, Snuff Road and the FOX hit TV-show Fringe. Mr. Fischer is fluent in German and is happy to volunteer his time for a good cause. In his free time, he enjoys photography and the great outdoors.