Hawaii Five-0 Update: Greg Ellis to Recur in Season 5

By Kitin Miranda | 2 years ago
Hawaii Five-0 Update: Greg Ellis to Recur in Season 5

Starting next week, the new fall television season will be in full swing, bringing new and old faces back on the small screen. One of the shows that will be returning this fall is CBS’ “Hawaii Five-0,” which will be airing its fifth season. The fifth season will bring back old faces, such as Steve McGarrett (Alex O’ Loughlin) and Danny Williams (Scott Caan), but it will also bring in some new characters. It has been reported that Amanda Setton from “The Crazy Ones” will be joining the show, along with Greg Ellis. A WARNING! This article may contain spoilers about the upcoming season. Read only if you want to learn more about this scoop.

According to Deadline, actor Greg Ellis is all set to be a recurring character in one of the multiepisode arcs that will be featured in  “Hawai Five-0” Season 5. The now series regular Jerry Ortega (Jorge Garcia), a high school teacher and conspiracy theory enthusiast, will be suspecting Greg Ellis’ character, an antique book shop owner, of running a counterfeit money operation on the island of O’ahu. His character will be named Thomas Farrow and will already be featured in the first episode of the fifth season as described on IMDb.


Ellis, a prolific actor, has appeared in various television shows and films. His projects include “24” (2003 to 2004), “Days of Our Lives” (2012), “Touch” (2013) and “The Hobbit: The Desolation of Smaug” (2013). Aside from “Hawaii Five-0”, his current projects include “The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies,” which is currently in post-production, and “Star Wars Rebels,” where he will provide the voice for Baron Rudhor.

And that’s the latest update on the new resurring cast member on “Hawaii Five-0” Season 5. For more news and updates, including spoilers and recaps, on “Hawaii Five-0” and other television shows, keep following Movie News Guide (MNG).

Catch the premiere of “Hawaii Five-0” Season 5 on Friday, Sept. 26, 2014, at 9:00 p.m. on CBS.

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