Corbin Bernsen stars as Henry Spencer in "Psych." After moving to New York and appearing in the off-Broadway production of "Lone Star" and a touring company of "Plaza Suite," he became a regular for two years on the daytime drama "Ryan's Hope." Roles "S.O.B.," "King Kong" and "Eat My Dust," in addition to guest starring credits on a number of episodic mainstays, prompted an exclusive deal with NBC, which led to his role as Arnie Becker, the shrewd and handsome divorce attorney on "L.A. Law." "L.A. Law" catapulted Bernsen to overnight stardom. During the late 80's and early 90's he appeared on over 50 magazine covers and earned both Emmy and Golden Globe nominations, hosted "Saturday Night Live," and appeared on "Seinfeld" and "The Larry Sanders Show." In the feature film arena, he starred in the comedy "Hello Again," followed by other critically-acclaimed roles in "Disorganized Crime," "Shattered," and as Cleveland Indians third baseman-turned-owner Roger Dorn in the extremely popular "Major League" series of films. Other film credits include "Tales From the Hood," "Great White Hype" and "Kiss Kiss Bang Bang." Bernsen has also starred in an impressive string of films for television, ranging from playing the role of civil rights lawyer Morris Dees in "Line of Fire: The Morris Dees Story," to a gumshoe ghost in the lighthearted mystery-romance "Love Can Be Murder." Other telefilm roles include "Full Circle," "Riddler's Moon," "The Dentist," "The Dentist II," "Two of Hearts" and USA Network's "Call Me: The Rise and Fall of Heidi Fleiss."