Henri Charr, also credited as H. Charr, is an Assyrian filmmaker born in Iran and living in Southern California. He started in educational films and documentaries, then turned to mainstream cinema in genres including thrillers, drams, action-adventure, family films and comedies.
In the early 1990s Charr made a trilogy of action films: Under Lock and Key, Caged Hearts and Cell Block Sisters. In the mid-1990s Char made family films; My Uncle: The Alien was a Selection at the Brussels International Festival of Fantasy, Thriller and Science Fiction Films. He then made Little Heroes, a children's film televised on Animal Planet as the "Movie of the Month". In 2002 Charr produced and directed the Action-Adventure Disaster film Wildfire.
He then produced family adventure comedy Abe & Bruno, suspense drama Heart of Fear, and Stepping High.