Sean Huze is originally from Baton Rouge, LA. He served as an infantryman in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2001-2005 with Second Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. On February 6, 2003, he deployed with his unit to Kuwait where they staged just South of the Iraqi border in preparation for Operation Iraqi Freedom.
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Sean Huze is originally from Baton Rouge, LA. He served as an infantryman in the U.S. Marine Corps from 2001-2005 with Second Light Armored Reconnaissance Battalion. On February 6, 2003, he deployed with his unit to Kuwait where they staged just South of the Iraqi border in preparation for Operation Iraqi Freedom. 2nd LAR, led by then Lieutenant Colonel Eddie Ray, was one of the lead elements during the invasion, credited with turning the tide in the Battle of Nasiriyah by decimating the Iraqi forces entrenched in the city and eliminating the reinforcements sent in from Al Kut in a dusk till dawn engagement called The Battle of the Coil, adopted the moniker "Destroyers" after confirmation that was what the enemy Iraqi forces called them, and fought in many combat engagements with the enemy in Diwaniyah, Baghdad, Al Kut, and Tikrit after Nasiriyah. Huze received several medals and citations during his enlistment with the highest being the Navy and Marine Corps Achievement Meda. He was recognized by his commanders citing his "courage and self sacrifice throughout sustained combat operations" while in Iraq. He received an honorable discharge from the Marine Corps on March 7th, 2005.
Sean authored the critically acclaimed play, "The Sandstorm: Stories from the Front" which opened March 17, 2005, at the Elephant Asylum Theatre in Los Angeles, CA after a previous, limited engagement in September 2004. The play's East Coast Premiere was August 20, 2005, at MetroStages in D.C., followed by its European premiere May 2007, in Germany. His second play "Weasel" made its debut in September 2005 at The Kennedy Center's Page to Stage Festival. His third play, "The Wolf", which tackles Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder brought on by combat in Iraq, world premiered in Los Angeles in March 2007. Notable film roles include Captain Jim Osher in In the Valley of Elah (2007), Conway in Green Zone (2010), and Barney (Prison Guard) in The Next Three Days (2010).
Sean continues to work as a producer, writer for stage and film, a military script consultant, and an actor. He is the CEO/President of Sandstorm Productions, Inc. located at Celtic Media Centre in Baton Rouge, LA.