Mike Henry (born November 7, 1965) is an American writer, producer, singer, voice actor, and comedian from Richmond, Virginia. Henry is best known for his work on Family Guy, where he is a writer, producer and voice actor. He voices many characters including Cleveland Brown, Cleveland Brown, Jr., the Greased-up Deaf Guy, Herbert, Consuela, and Bruce. In 2009, he helped to create a spin-off called The Cleveland Show to focus on Cleveland and his new family. For the new show, he gave up his role as Cleveland, Jr. to Kevin Michael Richardson.