Logan had a small part on the second episode of Almost Family coming to FOX this fall. Check out episode 102, premiering in October.
Logan recently shot a co-star on Jordan Peele’s new show for Amazon—The Hunt. Stay tuned about when you can catch his episode.
Logan just shot a short film in Woodstock, NY, directed by Peter Westervelt and produced by 3 Neon Signs. Here are some stills from the shoot:
Logan recently wrapped the short film, Wait It Out, produced by Alexandra Seal and Armistead Johnson.
Logan recently shot an NYU Graduate Film on Coney Island. Links and more info to come.
Logan shot his first professional SAG-AFTRA commercial last month. Stay tuned for links to the video.
"The Radicalization of Rolfe" has won the Fringe Excellence Award for Best Play, and has also been invited to be a part of the Fringe Encores series. There will be five more performances in late October:
10/23 @ 7pm
10/24 @ 8pm
10/26 @ 7pm
10/27 @ 9pm
10/29 @ 3pm
Stay tuned for links to tickets and more info.
Logan had the opportunity to play a young Bruce Davison in a flashback scene two weeks ago when he shot Abnormal Attraction on Staten Island. He did the entire scene in a bright red 1967 Ford Mustang convertible—which was just about as amazing as you could imagine. Bruce Davison, Malcolm McDowell, Leslie Easterbrook, Gilbert Gottfried and lots of other cool people are part of the film. Check out the IMDB page here.
Tough Love is throwing a premiere party for its third season on March 19th. It's absolutely free, and there will be a screening of all six episodes in the upcoming season. It's a great chance to see Logan's work as Tyler, a quirky guy with a passion for gardening. Plus there will be wine! Click here for a link to the eventbrite page to sign up. Tickets are going fast!
Logan just wrapped shooting the short film "To Whom It May Concern" in New York this past weekend. He played Ryan, a sassy friend with quite a few (too many?) opinions. Keep checking back for updates on the premiere. The film was written and directed by Blake Rice and also starred Gabriella Piazza and Kajuana Marie.
Logan recently did a reading of a new play written by Thomas Daniel Valls called "Disney Rides" at the Drama League. The production was directed by John Michael DiResta. To check out Thomas Daniel Valls's work, click here.
Logan and some New York actor friends have created a production company called Five Minutes Late. Check out some of their comedic short films at fiveminlate.com or follow them on Instagram and Twitter using @fiveminlate.
Logan is thrilled to be making his network television debut this fall in the sixth season of Blue Bloods on CBS. You can catch his co-starring role in the fifth episode sometime in late October. Airing time will be updated closer to date.