While Henson is most well known for his Mighty Ducks affiliation, he also appeared in several other films including “Casper’ alongside Christina Ricci.
Henson is most certainly a film-lover as he went on to study film, and receive an MFA in the subject from Columbia University. These days he spends his time as a devoted husband and father! Henson has recently stepped back into Germaine’s skates to reprise his role in the Mighty Ducks reboot.
Kathryn Erbe Today
Kathryn Erbe's career continued to flourish in film, television, and even the theatre! You're likely to have spotted her in the popular television series "Law & Order: Criminal Intent." She starred as Detective Alex Eames for a marathon of 10 years.
Since then she has appeared as Anne in the Broadway production of "The Father." Erbe has also landed roles in several television shows including "The Good Fight," "City on a Hill," and "The Blacklist." Go Kathryn go!
Garette Ratliff Henson as Guy Germaine
You can definitely call Garette a triple threat! He appeared in all three Mighty Ducks films as Guy Germaine. Germaine was a valued player on the team known for his offensive skills on the ice.
However, Germaine did suffer a formidable fumble in the final film which led to him having to sit out the second half of the game. His character had a romantic end as he and Connie eventually married!
Justin Wong as Ken Wu
It seems a bit unfair to have a former Olympian on your team, but Ken Wu was a figure skater, not a hockey player. Like Tammy Duncan in the first film, he dazzles opposing teams with his acrobatic skills and is able to set up shots.
He uses his small size to maneuver around defenses and trick goalies into giving him an opening. His small size also makes him more vulnerable to defenders. Played by Justin Wong, he makes his first appearance in “D2.” In “D3,” he is picked on by the varsity team and tries to learn how to talk smack from Russ Tyler.
Justin Wong Today
The majority of Wong's acting resume is related to “The Mighty Ducks.” In addition to “D2” and “D3,” he also made an appearance in “The Mighty Ducks: Game Changers.” He had a few other credits to his name as well: Danny in an episode of “Millennium” and as a few different roles in “The Odyssey.”
He got extra schooling at the Centre for Digital Imaging and Sound and at the Liverpool Institute for Performing Arts, where he finished his degree in Sound Technology. Since 2009, he has worked as a live sound engineer. He lives in Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.