|Siblings:|| Liam Brown (brother)
Pace Brown (brother)
Emile Brown (brother)
|Birthday:||November 18th, 2367|
|Birthplace:||Dublin, Ireland, Earth|
|College:||No College Education|
|Rank:||Private First Class|
|Battalion:||112th 'Hercules' Mobile Infantry|
|Service:||1 Year, 6 Months|
Collin Brown was born in Dublin, Ireland. His parents were Jeremy Brown and Mia Stewart. Information is sparce regarding his childhood, besides the death of his father when Collin was fifteen. He has two older brothers, Liam and Pace, and one younger brother, Emile.
He first acted in and directed many independent films, such as Moon, The First Frontier, and Nosebleed. These films were considered by reviewers as relatively entertaining, considering their small budgets. Collin was praised for his acting, which led to bigger, and arguably more reliable roles income-wise. However, most of his movies were panned by reviewers as a result of poor directing and laughable special effects, which were dubbed "so 2050." He slowly began to fall into obscurity, until his single, great hit, Trailblazer, a drama about the hardships of Federation colonies, hit theaters. It was recieved extremely well and recieved several awards, including "Best Supporting Actor," awarded to Collin.
After this, he reverted again to creating a series of mediocre movies, and his reputation as a director was tarnished, ending his career. He eventually took up a normal office job to keep the money flowing. There, he fell in love with one of his co-workers, Ramona Stills. They were to marry, but Ramona, unable to fund her living expenses, had to move back to her family in Canada. Collin, broke, alone, and disrespected by his family, lived a monotonous life in his office cubicle. One day, he was approached by federation agents with deal. He would join the Mobile Infantry, and his family, who was in the Federation records because of his father's work in federation weaponry, would recieve Federation-funded housing and monthly checks. Collin accepted, passed through Bootcamp, and was placed in the 77th Fruits.
Collin was first assigned to the AFC-BC 117 Audie Murphy with the 77th Fruits. He did not meet many people for the first couple of hours on the ship, and began regretting joining the MI, but after getting to know Davio Rodriguez and Lieutenant Jason Wittman, he realized it wouldn't be too bad. He participated in numerous missions leading up to Operation Blue Eagle. He participated in the majority of the campaign, but was pulled from the 77th's roster after catching a contagious disease from the wildlife on Brisch.
Brown was kept out of service for a few months, even as the 112th Hercules was being formed from the remnants of the 77th. He eventually rejoined, and is now a Private First Class with the 112th.