Knut Uno Henning (11 September 1895, Stockholm - 16 May 1970) was a Swedish stage and film actor.
Henning's parents were Karl Bernhard Henning and Eleanor (Ellen) Martin. His father owned a bakery factory.
Henning studied at the Royal Swedish Dramatic Theatre School between 1915-1917. After graduating he performed at the Royal Dramatic Theatre, Stockholm between 1918 - 1925 and returned there again between 1935 - 1965 . Between 1929 and 1935 he was engaged by another Stockholm theatre, the Blanche Theatre. He made his film debut in 1919 in Rune Carlsten's A Dangerous Courtship and came to be involved in some 40 Swedish films and TV productions over his career. He had a leading role in the British silent era movie A Cottage on Dartmoor (1929).
In a memorable role, he played a cold and manipulative doctor in Hasse Ekman's film Take away (1948).
- 1919: Ett farligt frieri
- 1926: Only a Dancing Girl
- 1927: The Love of Jeanne Ney (German: Die Liebe der Jeanne Ney)
- 1929: A Cottage on Dartmoor
- 1942: General von Döbeln
- 1948: Each to His Own Way
- 1954: Foreign Intrigue (television series)
- Torsslow, Stig. "K Uno Henning". Swedish Biographical Dictionary entry. Retrieved 2016-03-18.
- Eva Henning at IMDB https://www.imdb.com/name/nm0377397/
- "Norra begravningsplatsen, kvarter 12C, gravnummer 336". hittagraven.stockholm.se. Retrieved 2016-03-19.
- Imdb, Uno Henning at the International Movie Database.
- BFI, Uno Henning at British Film Institute website.