Mark Everex Collett

Mark Everex Collett is a blogger and actor who previously worked as a professional diver.

When Mark was two years old his father took him to see Star Wars and he continues to have an interest in all things relating to the world of Star Wars.  In 2014 he was lucky enough to play two roles in Star Wars The Force Awakens, a First Order Tie Fighter Pilot and the Elite Special Forces Tie Pilot.  This character, identified by the two iconic red stripes on his helmet, crashed on the desert planet Jakku after being shot down by the Millennium Falcon.  This blog will relate the story of what happens to ‘The Pilot’ afterwards.

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Mark Everex Collett fitting photo (Star Wars VII)

One of the scenes in which Mark appears, the chase sequence with the Millennium Falcon on the desert planet Jakku, is distinguished as having been shot on 65 mm film by Unit Director Roger Guyett.

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In 2016 Mark was made an Honorary Tie Pilot (JRS) by the 501st Legion for his help in costume specification and for appearing as a Tie Fighter Pilot in Star Wars VII.

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IMDb Mark Everex Collett

http://starwars.wikia.com/wiki/Unidentified_Special_Forces_TIE_pilot

IMDB The Force Awakens, full list of cast and crew

Everything Geek Podcast Guest Interview

http://website.everythinggeekpodcast.com/egp/?p=10432

The Wonky Spanner Star Wars panel

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