Henry Dunkelberger

Henry Dunkelberger

Biography

Henry Dunkelberger lives in Maryland and was born in 1997.

•    Henry loves creating comics, writing stories, and practicing the guitar.

•    In his spare time, Henry likes playing with his best friend Buck and going to the golf course with his dad.

•    Bob Marley is on the top of Henry's list of favorite music.

•    Some of Henry's career goals are to be a sports analyst for ESPN, the author of fiction books, and a professional athlete.

"One of my greatest dreams is to be a reporter. To have first-hand experience reporting on events is an incredible learning experience."

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