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|Portrayed by||Buck Andrews|
|Debut||season 2, episode 4 - Death by a Thousand Cold Cuts|
Henry is an autistic character appearing in the second season of comedy Netflix series Special.
Henry describes himself as "on the spectrum. Mild though, so just a sprinkle". He also says "people like me, who were diagnosed with Asperger's but that term is now problematic because whoops it was coined by a Nazi."
Henry stims by flapping his hands.
He meets Ryan at the latter's grandmother's funeral - Henry was her gardener. He reveals that he is also gay and invites Ryan to his group of disabled friends, who call themselves the Crips. Henry and Ryan go on a date, but that ends when Ryan gets back with his ex-boyfriend Tanner. They stay friendly with each other throughout, even after Ryan ends up breaking up with Tanner.
Henry is a rather flamboyant, in-your-face type of guy. He's very direct and speaks what's on his mind. He can enjoy wearing skirts and dresses.