Kenneth Choi, born October 20, 1971 in Chicago, Illinois, is an American actor who played the role of Henry Lin on the FX original series Sons of Anarchy. Making his debut on the episode "Giving Back" in the series' first season, Kenneth plays the role of the Chinese-American leader of a San Francisco-based Lin Triad. Becoming the overall leader of Lin Triad following the death of his uncle Bohai, Kenneth played a recurring role through the series' first, second, third, fifth, sixth, and seventh seasons, was a main antagonist in the series' seventh, and final, season, and met his demise in the Season 7 episode "Red Rose".
Kenneth Choi was born on October 20, 1971 in Chicago, Illinois. As he grew up in the suburbs of Chicago, Choi dreamed of becoming an actor. Against his family's wishes, Choi left college to pursue that dream. He literally ran away from home, cutting all ties with his family for 5 years to train and study before moving to Los Angeles. His dream became a reality as he landed guest appearances in 6 television series during his first year including "The West Wing" and "Roswell". Choi gained recognition as both a comedic and dramatic actor with memorable guest turns on hit sitcoms "The King of Queens", "Reba", "According to Jim" and recurring roles in critically successful dramas such as "House" and "24". In 2008, Choi landed a starring role in the ABC Family series "Samurai Girl" opposite Jamie Chung, as well as recurring arcs in 2009 with Starz's "Crash" and Fox's "Glee", and in 2010 with TNT's "Hawthorne" and FX's critically-acclaimed "Sons Of Anarchy" playing Henry Lin.