Before he was the wacky inventor Schwoz Schwartz on Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger, actor Michael D. Cohen led a very different life. Indeed, the actor spoke with Time magazine in May 2019 about the most important decision he ever made. And he also revealed why talking about it now is more important than ever.
Since 2014 Nickelodeon’s Henry Danger has brought joy to millions of children. Now in its fifth season, the show has become the network’s most enduring live-action sitcom. Moreover, with a 2017 Kids’ Choice Award under its belt, the series has received a warm critical reputation as well.
The story of a teenage superhero, Henry Danger follows the exploits of 13-year-old crime fighter Henry Hart. Under the mantle of Kid Danger, Hart acts as an apprentice to the aging crusader Captain Man. But living out the fantasy of any young boy is never easy – and Hart must constantly juggle his family life with that of his caped alter-ego.