A native of Oxford, Alabama, Henley graduated from Auburn University and headed to Phoenix for a career as a stockbroker.
His attention turned from finance when he entered and won a comedy contest at a local nightclub. He began working
the comedy club circuit and eventually moved to New York which led to his first television appearance on the CBS
"Morning Program". From there, he became a two-time winner on "Star Search" and has had numerous appearances on
"Comic Strip Live", A&E’s "Evening at the lmprov", "Caroline’s Comedy Hour", and "Stand-up Spotlight" with Rosie O’Donnell.
Other credits include: Late Show with David Letterman, the BBC's Stand Up in London, the Montreal Comedy Festival,
HBO's U.S Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen and the Edinburgh Comedy Festival in Scotland.
When not on the road,
Henley resides in New York with his wife, and currently pursues his interests in acting and writing.
Vic Henley on the state of the nation.
Vic Henley with some nasty Palin jokes.
Lady Gaga as you've never seen her before, courtesy of Vic Henley.
Vic Henley wraps up the oil spill.
Vic Henley reports on Obama's strategic use of his predecessors.