Losing his parents at a young age, Matthew Scott was raised by priests and wished to become one himself. Life and love however, lead him down a different path and into the military where his dedication to the missions and his teams ascended him through the ranks quickly. Though a young lieutenant, he is a strong believer in the command system and sees himself as a leader to those stranded with him. Unsure about what he’s left behind on earth, he also struggles with the grey areas that come with command and being so far from the clear cut morality he’s used to.
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Brian J. Smithas
Originally from Dallas, Texas, Brian J. Smith is a recent graduate of the four year acting program at The Julliard School in New York City. Since graduation, Smith has starred in the feature film The War Boys, written by award winning playwright Naomi Wallace and Bruce McLeod, and appeared in the thriller Redhook. Both pictures are slated for release in 2009. Most recently he guest-starred on NBC’s Law and Order.
Smith appeared on Broadway in Come Back, Little Sheba opposite Epatha Merkerson, and, off-Broadway, in Good Boys and True, and Three Changes, opposite Dylan McDermott and Maura Tierney.