He is portrayed by Brian Bloom, who also played Adam "Kane" Marcus in the Kane & Lynch video games.
As the A-Team succeeded in the mission to recover U.S. Treasury plates stolen by Iraqi insurgents and returning to base, Pike and his men attacked the convoy and destroyed the vehicle that apparently killed the A-Team's commanding officer, General Russell Morrison, along with the money inside. Due to his death, no one could confirm that Smith's team were authorized to act and they are sentenced to ten years in separate prisons.
Six months later, Agent Lynch of the Central Intelligence Agency, who has assigned the mission to the team, goes to prison to talk with Hannibal. He tells him that Pike will be in Germany and will try to transfer the stolen engraving plates to an unknown Arab tomorrow. Hannibal later escapes and breaks out the rest of the team before they travel to Frankfurt, Germany.
After arriving in Germany, the A-Team finds Pike in the Konigsbank Tower and manages to steal the plates from Pike and Smith kidnaps the Arab. Pike is confronted by B.A. Baracus, but beats him into submission until Smith arrives and rescues his friend. Shortly after, Pike is captured by former Captain Charissa Sosa. It is then revealed that the kidnapped accomplice is actually General Morrison, who has faked his death and plotted with Lynch and Pike to steal the plates. At the same time, Lynch manages to retrieve Pike and orders an airstrike to kill the A-Team and Morrison, but the team manages to escape.
The A-Team decides to lure Lynch and Pike by pretending that Morrison is still alive and organizes a meeting at the docks in Los Angeles. They manage to kill most of Lynch's men, but Pike uses a rocket launcher to cause damage to the ship and chases Templeton Peck to near-death. However, B.A. arrives and fights Pike before killing him by breaking his neck and spinal cord.
- Brian Bloom previously worked with director Joe Carnahan in Smokin' Aces.
- Brian Bloom also served as a writer for the film.
- Early in the movie, while at the Baghdad Headquarters, Hannibal refers to Pike as a "cartoon character". Brock's actor Brian Bloom is known for his voice-over work in video games and cartoons.