Laak, Compostela Valley, Philippines
|Education||AMA Computer College|
Logro came from a fishing family and he is the second son of his eight siblings. Logro became a service crew of several Jollibee restaurants in Manila. He became a sous chef at Qaboos bin Said al Said's Palace in which it took him international trips, which in turn exposed Logro to international cuisines. He was also able to complete culinary training in Italy, Switzerland, Spain and the United Kingdom
Logro was first known as being a presenter of the daytime cooking show Chef Boy Logro: Kusina Master. Logro owns the Chef Logro's Institute of Culinary and Kitchen Services.
|2014–2015||Basta Every Day, Happy!||Host||GMA Network|
|2012||Sarap Diva||Celebrity Chef||GMA Network|
|2012||Tweets For My Sweet||Lolo Boy Reyes||GMA Network|
|2012||Eat Bulaga!||Himself/Performer||GMA Network|
|2012–2014||Chef Boy Logro: Kusina Master||Host||GMA Network|
|2011–present||Idol sa Kusina||Host||GMA News TV|
|2011||Kitchen Superstar||Judge||GMA Network|
|2012||Boy Pick-Up: The Movie||Boy Tokwa|
|2012||The Fighting Chefs||Chef|
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- Jimenez, Joyce (22 December 2011). "Chef Pablo "Boy" Logro talks about his new 15-minute cooking show, Kusina Master". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- Frayna, Severino (3 July 2011). "An idol in the kitchen; an inspiration in life". The Manila Times. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- Ramos, NR (23 February 2013). "Chef Boy Logro Now An Action Star". Manila Bulletin. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- "Chef Boy Logro Now An Action Star". Yahoo! News. 25 February 2013. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- Jimenez, Jocelyn (24 February 2013). "hef Boy Logro on unfavorable comments about his recipes: “Lahat naman, you cannot please everybody.”". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- "Chef Boy Logro’s recipe of laughter". The Philippine Star. 27 February 2013. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- "Chef Boy Logro, bida na". Balita. 26 February 2013. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
- Regandola, Glenn (24 February 2013). "Ronnie Ricketts on why he chose Chef Boy Logro as his co-star in The Fighting Chefs: “Sobrang masa siya.”". Philippine Entertainment Portal. Retrieved 1 March 2013.
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