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Henrietta Hewitt
Known aliases: {{{known aliases}}}
Location: South Texas
Known relatives: The Tea Lady (mother)
Luda May Hewitt (aunt)
Monty Hewitt (uncle)
Charlie Hewitt/Sheriff Hoyt (cousin/uncle, deceased)
Thomas Hewitt/Leatherface (cousin)
Status: Unknown
Year of birth: Unknown
Year of death: Unknown
First appearance: The Texas Chainsaw Massacre (2003 Remake)
Portrayed by: Heather Kafka

Henrietta Hewitt is one of the major antagonist in The Texas Chainsaw Massacre 2003 Remake.

She's associated with the continuity of the reboot series and first appeared in the 2003 remake of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre.

She was played by actress Heather Kafka in the film.

BiographyEdit

Henrietta Hewitt was a woman who appeared to be in her late twenties or early thirties in the early 1970s. She lived in the town of Fuller in Travis County, Texas.

She's a member of the murderous cannibal clan known as the Hewitt family. Henrietta's exact relationship to the Hewitt family is unclear.

She did not live in the main Hewitt residence, but rather in a trailer on or near the Hewitt estate.

Henrietta often kept company with the tea lady who would come to visit her. Henrietta was also responsible for abducting a small child and taking it as her own.

In 1973, a frantic young woman named Erin came to her trailer pleading for help, as she was being chased by the chainsaw-wielding Thomas Hewitt. Henrietta seemed non-plussed by Erin's hysteria and assured her that they were all quite safe.

Henrietta gave her a cup of tea to soothe her nerves, but Erin soon discovered that the tea was laced with poison. She was then delivered directly to the other family members. Later, Erin managed to escape and rescued Henrietta's stolen baby.

Notes & TriviaEdit

  • The character of Henrietta Hewitt was created by director Marcus Nispel and screenwriter Scott Kosar.
  • In The Texas Chainsaw Massacre, the character is credited only as Henrietta.
  • What became of Henrietta after the events of the first film is cause for speculation. The comic book limited series The Texas Chainsaw Massacre by WildStorm Productions, expanded on events taking place after the film, in which it is revealed that the surviving members of the Hewitt family escaped underground and remained on the run. Henrietta was counted among their number. It was also established in this series that she was in fact a member of the family, while the film only implied such a connection.
  • Playing the role of Henrietta is actress Heather Kafka's first work in the horror genre.
  • Like many cast members from this franchise, actress Heather Kafka was born in raised in Texas. She was born in Austin on July 7th, 1972 almost an exact year prior to the events of the film.