In this long awaited epic series, Halo fans will be taken back to the infamous beginning of the Human/Covenant war, when the Master Chief inspired a young cadet who would eventually become the commander of the UNSC's greatest vessel ever: the UNSC Infinity.
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Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn - Thom Green - Netflix
Thomas Green (born 4 September 1991) is an Australian dancer and actor who is best known for his role as Sammy in the ABC series Dance Academy, the lead role in Camp as Kip Wampler, and as Thomas Lasky in the Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn web series. Green also starred in the 2015 film Downriver.
Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn - Career - Netflix
Beginning his professional career in 2007, his first role was in the Network Ten telemovie Emerald Falls alongside actors Vince Colosimo, Georgie Parker and Catherine McClements. He also made his stage debut in 2007 playing Phillip in Lockie Leonard with the Merrigong Theatre Company. In 2008, he starred in two Australian short films, Vafadar and The Ground Beneath. For The Ground Beneath, he received a nomination at the 2008 AFI Awards and won the Best Actor award in 2009 at the St Kilda Film Festival. In 2009 he starred in Voyeurnet, in a 19-episode role as Dexter Walker in Home and Away, and in the feature film Beneath Hill 60. Green began filming on the television series Dance Academy on 13 July 2009. In 2009, Green also acted in a theatre production of The Nargun and the Stars for the Perth International Arts Festival and the Sydney Festival. In 2012, Green starred in the Robert Carter drama, Thirst, alongside Hanna Mangan-Lawrence, Myles Pollard and Victoria Haralabidou. Green also performed in his first American production, Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn, a webseries based on the bestselling series of games.
Halo 4: Forward Unto Dawn - References - Netflix