Henry Cousineau

Henry Cousineau

Henry Cousineau exudes confidence. However, his over-inflated view of himself leads him to tell Gene that landing an audition on Full House could take years of persistence.

He is also skilled in martial arts. While serving in the military, he was utilized as a stretcher bearer.

Early Life and Education

Henry Cousineau has dedicated over three decades to his practice as a chiropractor, specializing in sports medicine, family health issues and other specializations. A graduate of Logan College of Chiropractic with a degree in human anatomy he is also a member of Florida State Chiropractic Association.

On the television show “Barry”, he plays Gene M. Cousineau, Barry’s mentor. With this confidence and self-belief comes success when meeting Janice Moss; when he tricks her into dating him under false pretenses she falls for him and becomes his love interest.

Henry was born in Michigan and had four siblings. Before 1940 he married Pearl Cousineau.

Professional Career

Henry Cousineau has become one of the premier chiropractors in his field. He has assisted people suffering from various conditions, such as neck pain; shoulder, arm and hand issues; epileptic seizures; headaches and other health conditions. Additionally, his practice has grown into an intergenerational affair; with Nicole and Kristin joining Henry Cousineau’s practice and working alongside their father as chiropractors.

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Achievement and Honors

Petty Officer Cousineau was fatally wounded while serving as door gunner of an UH-1C Huey helicopter with C Btry, 2nd BN (Aerial Rocket), 20th Artillery. Posthumously awarded with an Air Medal.

Hader and Berg saw that Cousineau could make his part more endearing and thus revised the script accordingly.

Julia Barbano is a senior double majoring in Biology and English Literature with minors in History and Spanish, interested in cancer biology, Renaissance literature, modern European History as well as travel. Megan Brown, on the other hand, focuses on History and Economics with 20th Century British and French History being her main research interest and then empire and travel as secondary themes – exploring these interests further in her new project on travel and empire issues.

Personal Life

Cousineau is known to speak his mind without fear or apology, often upsetting students he teaches but also dedicated in helping his pupils succeed. He’s even written a book called, ‘Hit Your Mark and Say Your Lines.”

Cousineau stars as Barry in HBO series Barry, co-created by Bill Hader. Cousineau instructs U.S. Marine logistics specialist Barry Berkman (Hader). Cousineau helps Berkman learn new skills and alter his way of thinking despite wanting parole release from prison.

Other members of the cast include Alejandro Furth as Antonio Manuel, a Puerto Rican actor in Cousineau’s class; Rightor Doyle as Nick Nicholby, a gay actor; and Mark Ivanir as Vacha and Ruslan, twin Chechen assassins for Goran.

Net Worth

Henry Winkler is an acclaimed actor, author, and director who has amassed an estimated net worth of $40 Million through his professional endeavors as an actor, author, director, TV writer/producer/director and his philanthropic endeavors.

He is best-known for his portrayal of Arthur Fonzarelli on Happy Days and subsequent roles in various other television and movie projects, such as Stanley Yelnats III in Holes. Additionally, he appeared in Wes Craven’s 1996 film Scream as well as directed Ritter in One Christmas for television.

Recently, he has made headlines as Gene Cousineau in HBO’s show Barry. For his performance he received both Golden Globe and Screen Actors Guild nominations.

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