Brian Tyree Henry

actor in FX’s “Atlanta”

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Brian Tyree Henry is a versatile actor whose career spans film, television and theater. 

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Brian Tyree Henry plays the rapper Paper Boi on FX’s “Atlanta.” He got an Emmy nomination for his appearance on NBC’s “This Is Us.”

Meeting one of the stars of FX's 'Atlanta:' Brian Tyree Henry

Brian Tyree Henry plays the rapper Paper Boi on FX’s “Atlanta.” He got an Emmy nomination for his appearance on NBC’s “This Is Us.”

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