The cleveland show
The Cleveland Show is an animated sitcom created and produced by Mike Henry, Richard Appel and Seth Macfarlane as a spin-off of Family Guy. The series centers on Mike Henry's character, Cleveland Brown and his blended family. In addition to voicing Cleveland, Mike voices many of the show's main characters, including Rallo Tubbs, Coach McFall and Dwayne Meighan. The Cleveland Show ran from 2009-2013 on FOX and can now be seen on Hulu and on Comedy Central this fall.
The Henry brothers
Mike and Patrick Henry worked together for over 20 years writing, producing and directing TV shows, short films and commercials. Their work includes Family Guy, Kicked In the Nuts, comedy shorts for Lorne Michaels’ Burly Bear Network, Patrick’s student films at the Rhode Island School of Design, award-winning commercials and commercial parodies. Their final collaboration was the independent TV pilot Home on the Strange, which Mike wrote, directed and starred in and Patrick produced. Patrick Henry died from complications from diabetes on January 9, 2017.