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Haleth was a young boy of Rohan, estimated to be around fourteen-years-old, who is forced to fight at the Battle of Helm's Deep. He is a movie character and does not appear in the book.

Portrayal in adaptationsEdit

Peter Jackson's The Two TowersEdit

He is the son of Háma, a high-ranking soldier who dies from a Warg attack before arriving at Helm's Deep. Haleth's only appearance is at Helm's Deep, where he has a grim conversation with Aragorn, telling Aragorn that the men believe that they will not survive the night. Aragorn then reassures him, stating that there is always hope. The conversation ends here. The fate of Haleth is unknown after the war.

It is interesting to note that "Haleth" is the name of the brother of Háma (son of Helm). This could be the reason why Peter Jackson chose this name for the son of Háma (doorward of Meduseld).

Behind of scenesEdit

Haleth is played by Calum Gittins in The Two Towers.

Voice Dubbing actorsEdit

Foreign Language Voice dubbing artist
Portuguese (Brazil) (Television/DVD) Fábio Lucindo
Italian (Italy) Alessio Puccio
Spanish (Spain) Jonatán López
Spanish (Latin America) Alfonso Obregón