Edward Albright is a man who lives two lives: while working as a ruthless and cynical secret agent for a clandestine government agency called the Janus Organization, he, under a hypnotic alter ego, lives as a comely family man, named Henry Spivey. Henry works in a downtown Los Angeles office and is married with a loyal wife Angie, and two teenage kids, Ruthy and Jackson. Edward is part of an experimental program called to "separate" his secret agent life from his suburban life with a computer created identity of Henry Spivey who is not aware of his real dominate personality nor that of his wife and children. "Henry" is not even aware that his co-worker at his company Tom Grady, is actually Agent Raymond Carter, his partner in the field. However, things take a turn when the implant in Edward's brain begins to malfunction in which "Henry" re-emerges at unlikely times without being activated. Edward's superior and handler, Mavis Heller, sees it as a threat to her company. As "Henry" ... Written by
Did You Know?
The name of the company that Edward works for, Janus, comes from the name of the Roman god, the two-faced keeper of gateways, beginnings or endings. When you re-arrange the letters of Janus to get A.J. Sun, the company that Henry works for. See more
After Spivey comes home to his family, we see him in bed reading a book called "Inside the Organisation" by Brennan Dyson, but in the next cut we see a close up of the pages and it says Lee Child on the top center. He's actually reading a Jack Reacher novel - "Bad Luck And Trouble". See more
She called me Edward. Ever have dreams when people call you by a different name, Doc?
Dr. Norah Skinner
Let's stick with you Henry.