Henry Chan

Director Associate Director

Henry Chan is a director of film and television.  He began his career as an editor and won a Primetime Emmy Award for The Cosby Show.  He is also fluent in Chinese and directed his first Chinese language film 100 Days in 2012.

Credits

Features: 100 Days; Gas

TV Pilots: Rich House Poor House; Let's Stay Together; Keke and Jamal

TV Series: Comedy Get Down; Return of The Mac; Zoe Ever After; Cooper Barrett's Guide to Surviving Life; Fresh Off the Boat; A to Z; Growing Up Fisher; The Neighbors; Whitney; Don't Trust the B.... in Apt. 23; Level Up; Traffic Light10 Things I Hate About You; Big Time Rush; The Fresh Beat Band; Imagination Movers; 'Til Death; Scrubs; The King of Queens; Just Jordan; Kitchen Confidential; Hope & Faith; Second Time Around; Still Standing; Abby; Girlfriends; Lizzie McGuire; Moesha; The Parkers; Soul Food; Sister Sister; Living Single; Claude's Crib; A Different World.


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Visual History
Visual History 187 Henry Chan
Visual History Interview
Henry Chan (A Different World, Moesha, Fresh Off the Boat, 100 Days) discusses his 30-plus year career directing episodic television and feature films, his beginnings as an editor, and his involvement in the Asian American Committee.