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Sci-Fi’s newest star, Daniel Pinder

Daniel Pinder is a 25 year old diamond in the rough in the Hollywood scene.


Daniel Pinder is a 25 year old diamond in the rough in the Hollywood scene. He has impressed audiences consistently in a number of movies and films, including hit TV show Chicago P.D, with emphatic and emotive performances. It seems like he will truly be unearthed as the gem he is in the next few years. This will begin with his next endeavour; Garrison 7: The Fallen. Here, Daniel has been cast in a leading role. This will be the first extensive look that people will get to have of Pinder, and we will likely see another energetic and convincing showing from the youngste

Garrison 7: The Fallen is the first movie in the Garrison 7 universe. The concept was conceived by Scott Brewer of Gena8 Studios – a multinational production firm. Here, set in 2027 a special forces commander Tom Garrison accidentally unearths an evil military conspiracy theory – this knowledge leads to the barbaric murder of his family. To stop Garrison from spreading this knowledge further, an intergalactic manhunt is started.

Subject to the prevalence of the coronavirus situation, the film is slated to begin production in late 2020. The film crew is the perfect fit for the movie. Many of them are Australian military veterans, and the war-like nature of Garrison 7 means that military expertise is needed. This will be provided by the crew, giving it the realism required in war films. This will show, in the shape of an edge over most war-based movies.

Here, Pinder has been cast as Kai, a young versatile adult currently struggling to find his footing in the G7 universe. The distinctive and inquisitive nature of the character will help give a lighter disposition to the very heavy and dark setting of the film. With Pinder’s calculated yet raw performance, Kai as a character will be useful for the film to help provide audiences with a relatable person to follow – as everyone often feels like they don’t quite know what to do with themselves.

This exact situation was the one that Pinder found himself in during high school. It was only post-graduation that decided on his career path – acting. After studying the art of acting at many well-respected institutions including a time at prestigious Green Room in Chicago – he got his first role as “Michael” in Dick Wolf’s Chicago P.D. This was the first opportunity for Pinder to shine – and shine he did. viewers were left leaving more, and Garrison 7: The Fallen will be the opportunity for people to see him in a more in depth and central character. If you want to learn more about Pinder’s previous filmography, his wiki and IMDB are listed below.

Daniel Pinder has the potential to be one of the biggest things in Hollywood in the not too distant future, and we are excited to see how adapts to future roles that are outside of his comfort box. He already has amassed a significant following on Instagram, totalling over 100,000 with the name @danieljpinder.

If you want to see more official  Daniel Pinder in further detail, he has wiki, wikitia and imdb pages available to view.

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