June 29, 1956
Kawayan, Biliran Province, Philippines
|Education||AMA Computer College|
Logro was born into a fishing family in Kawayan, Biliran province in the Philippines; he is the second son in a brood of eight. Logro first worked in Cebu for 2 years, before becoming a member of the service crew of several Jollibee restaurants in Manila. He later became a sous chef at Qaboos bin Said al Said's Al Bustan Palace which took him to international trips, in turn exposing Logro to international cuisines. He was also able to complete culinary training in Italy, Switzerland, Spain and the United Kingdom.
Logro became an executive chef at the Manila Diamond Hotel.
|2017||D' Originals||Himself / Guest Role||GMA Network|
|2014||Magpakailanman: Kusina Master, the Best Father||Himself|
|2012||Sarap Diva||Celebrity Chef|
|2012||Tweets For My Sweet||Lolo Boy Reyes|
|2012||Eat Bulaga!||Himself / Performer|
|2012–2014||Chef Boy Logro: Kusina Master||Host|
|2011–present||Idol sa Kusina||GMA News TV|
|2011||Kitchen Superstar||Judge||GMA Network|
|2012||Boy Pick-Up: The Movie||Boy Tokwa|
|The Fighting Chefs||Chef|
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- "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. Archived from the original on 2 May 2014. 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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