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Henney took some time off his busy schedule to talk to us about the intricacies of being a member of the FBI Behavioural Analysis Unit for international cases, his modelling background, the controversy surrounding this year’s Oscars, and his recent pitstop on our home soil 2 months ago.
Even though Henney is still single and usually tight-lipped about his personal life, he did opened up about the type of girl that could potentially win his affection. Check out our interview below: Since this is a spinoff from “Criminal Minds”, what can viewers expect from this series?
“Yes I am dating someone right now but he’s not Filipino. Asked if she is still willing to be paired with Ejay Falcon in the future, she said: “Why not? Of course gusto ko pero wala pa namang ino-offer na para sa aming dalawa.” However, Adarna pointed out that she isn't keen on doing an action project.
"It’s not like very Filipino na nililigawan ka pa.” The actress revealed that they have been dating for a month now.
In the weeks prior to my interview with Daniel Henney, I discovered a very curious phenomenon. To put the gushing into context, here’s a bit about Daniel Henney, in case you aren’t already a fan: He’s a Michigan-born hapa actor, model and international heartthrob, as seen in “X-Men Origins: Wolverine” and the famous Korean drama “My Lovely Sam-Soon,” among other films and television series.
Every time I mentioned that I would be interviewing him, I would get the same reaction from female friends and family members alike: a wide-eyed gasp, a clasp of the hands and excessive amounts of gushing (“Oh my god, I LOVE him! Most recently, he starred in the film “Shanghai Calling,” about a Chinese American attorney who is forced to transfer from New York to Shanghai—without having ever been to the city, speaking the language or knowing the culture, despite his ethnic background.
Henney went to the Alma College and Albion College on a basketball scholarship.
He graduated from the University of Illinois at Chicago.
During the days, Henny was a star basketball player in her high school days and led the Eagles to the MHSAA Central region championship during his senior year.
Well, there’s going to be a lot of the same models used in terms of how the episodes are structured, which has worked for years for “Criminal Minds” and we definitely don’t want to change that, but it’s much more interesting that we’re doing a different country every episode.
So you’re dealing with different cultures, different story lines, because you have to take into consideration what happens when you walk through different worlds, what things can happen, good or bad, what protocol we have to deal with as profilers.
Sam Soon was the most popular Korean drama in 2005; although Henney was starring as the supporting actor, his performance and good looks were widely noticed.
Henney then starred in another drama, “Spring Waltz” in 2006.