"Murdoch of the Klondike"
"Back and to the Left"
"Evil Eye of Egypt"
"War on Terror"
"Murdoch at the Opera"
"Who Killed the Electric Carriage?"
"Stroll on the Wild Side (Part 1)"
"Stroll on the Wild Side (Part 2)"
"Staircase to Heaven"
"Murdoch in Toyland"
"Murdoch Night in Canada"
"Twentieth Century Murdoch"
|Relationships|| George Crabtree, friend/colleague|
Unnamed Cousin, Emily Grace, Mild Romantic Interest.
Constable Henry Higgins is a police officer at Toronto's Station House Four. He frequently assists George Crabtree in investigations. He is portrayed by Lachlan Murdoch. Higgins is best known for, quite frankly, doing and saying very little at all. It appears that he and George are quite good friends, and that he is somewhat of an assistant to him. Higgins has appeared in almost all the episodes.
Growing up, Higgins family owned a Piano Shop not that he enjoyed playing, but he loved all of the parts. ("Blast of Silence")
When Prince Alfred visited Toronto and Constable George Crabtree was assigned to his security, Higgins assisted Detective William Murdoch with an investigation into the murder of Maggie Gilpatrick. Murdoch taught Higgins about fingermarks and how to trace a person's next of kin. When it was determined there was a plot to kidnap Prince Alfred, Higgins was selected to impersonate the prince to help safeguard His Highness ("The Prince and the Rebel").
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- Lachlan Murdoch auditioned for the role of George Crabtree along with Jonny Harris who got the part. The producers liked Lachlan so much that they created the role of Henry Higgins for him.