Brad Greene, born 1979, was an unexpected child. Jennifer (Brad's mum) was an assistant on Wall Street and lived in New York. In the summer of 1976 she was on a Hen do in London, UK. On a night out she found herself love struck by 23 year old hunk, Charles. Charles grew up in Chelsea, a very privileged and upper class part of London, and after partying all night he asked Jennifer to come to his home. She agreed not knowing this would be the start of a magnificent relationship. 3 years worth of love and happiness later, Brad was born in Cambridge, not too far from Charles' home in London.
Throughout his adolescent years, Brad rebelled towards his school in New York. He wasn't the type of person to sit at a table and chairs all day, and soon took an interest in hunting. Going from shooting glass bottles down the end of the garden to hunting wild boars in the wilderness, it was clear that he had a gift, and you wouldn't want to get on the wrong side of him when he had a rifle on hand, even if you were a click away. At age 17, he joined the US Armed Forces. Within a few days the military saw something in Brad, and knew he would be a house hold name within the next few years. They thought he was the secret weapon they had been waiting for, and by age 20, he was a marksmen rifle in the Kosovo War of 1999.
The war took place just outside of Belgrade, and Brad was up on the North Mountain providing cover for a potential breach of the Russian and Finnish envoys that were scheduled to come. His life was about to change forever and he didn't even know it. Even to this day he cannot remember entirely what that day but just that he was shot in the back, captured and taken back to Russia after the envoys reached Belgrade. All comms were seized and thus Brad was pronounced KIA by the US Military. His family received word of Brad's 'death' and were distraught. However little did they know he was in fact alive, he was being imprisoned in a slave unit located in South Zagoria. Day-to-day for 10 years straight he would act as a slave for a wealthy family. And after these 10 years, Brad had built up quite a trust for the family and when the Outbreak was announced, he managed to convince them to let him free. He saw an opportunity and ran, all he had on him were the rags on his back and a few items he'd kept safe for the past decade. Now, Brad's goal is to survive the outbreak and attempt to make contact with his long lost family, who may or may not be alive.