Mike Henry as Rallo
Mike Henry grew up in the progressive metropolis called Richmond, VA, and attended Washington and Lee University, where he befriended enough fellow drunks to be elected class president for three years. After a brief stint in advertising, he realized there were too many people who could say "no" to producing his jokes about various body parts and/or emissions, so he moved to Los Angeles to find clarity and pursue comedy. He performed stand-up and improv, acted in commercials, attended Grateful Dead concerts and wrote, directed and starred in a series of comedy shorts before meeting his brother's friend and Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) classmate, Seth MacFarlane. A couple years later, MacFarlane created FAMILY GUY and invited Henry to write gags and create characters for his new series.
Henry was a writer and producer on FAMILY GUY for the series' first six seasons. In the writers' room, he created many of the show's ancillary characters, for which he also does the voices, including "Cleveland," "Herbert," "Bruce," "Consuela" and the "Greased-Up Deaf Guy." Henry continues to voice his FAMILY GUY characters while running THE CLEVELAND SHOW with Rich Appel.
Henry's other acting credits include the hit feature comedy "Ted," a handful of other television series including AMERICAN DAD and "Robot Chicken" and the web-based series he created with brother Patrick, "Kicked in the Nuts."
Henry is married with two children and splits his time between Los Angeles and Richmond, VA.
He's two feet high with a three-foot afro. Donna and Robert's youngest child, Rallo is a smooth jive-talking, street-smart five-year-old who can be seen hanging out with his best friends, Julius and Walt, either on his stoop or the steps of Harper Elementary School. Like his sister Roberta, Rallo has come to accept Cleveland, although his general way of speaking to everyone includes insulting them. Ignorant about Jewish people, he was introduced to an elderly Son of Abraham named Murray, who taught Rallo all about Hanukkah. Rallo is sometimes too smart for his own good, and he once was confused for a little person by diminutive mobster, Marty Barty. Rallo's step-grandfather calls him "Black Stewie."
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