Henry Rollins, born Henry Lawrence Garfield on February 13, 1961, is an American actor, writer, musician, singer-songwriter, poet, journalist, screenwriter, radio personality, and songwriter. Rollins is also known as a human rights activist and singer.
Born in Washington, D.C., Rollins is a citizen of the United States and now resides in Los Angeles. He was educated at Bullis School and has a career spanning multiple industries, including music.
As a musician, Rollins is known for his involvement in genres such as heavy metal music and hardcore punk. He is also the founder of 2.13.61, a publishing company.
Over the course of his career, Rollins has received various awards, including the Grammy Award for Best Spoken Word Album.