Henry F. Chan is an American film and television director. In 2013 He directed his first Chinese language film 100 Days. At the beginning of his career, Chan won a Primetime Emmy Award for editing The Cosby Show in 1986, He was also nominated again the following year. He made his directorial debut, directing The Cosby Show spin-off A Different World. He has since directed episodes of --Growing Up Fisher, The Neighbors, Whitney, Don't Trust The B.... in Apt. 23, 10 Things I hate about you, Let's Stay Together, Kitchen Confidential, ''Living Single, Moesha, The Parkers, Girlfriends, The King of Queens, Scrubs, Lizzie McGuire and a few other series. In 2003, Chan directed his first film Gas starring Flex Alexander and Khalil Kain.