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Paul Logan (actor)

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Paul Logan
Born Paul Logan Stone
(1973-10-15) October 15, 1973 (age 43)
New Jersey, United States
Occupation Actor, model, stuntman, producer, screenwriter
Years active 1996–present

Paul Logan (born October 15, 1973) is an American actor, model, stuntman, producer and screenwriter. He is best known for his roles in low budget action films such as Syfy's Mega Piranha. Logan is also known for his portrayal of Glen Reiber on the NBC soap opera, Days of Our Lives.

Education[edit]

Logan completed a degree in bio-chemistry at State University of New York and followed this with courses of Chiropractic at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic.[1]

Career[edit]

After a few small parts on a few early films and television episodes, Logan gained better screen time with the movie Killers in 1997. Logan would also appear in the Triple-B genre film, L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach. A year later he made appearances in the TNT television series' L.A. Heat and UPN's Malcolm & Eddie. In 2000, Logan appeared in the mockumentary, The Independent. In 2001, he appeared in the Buffy the Vampire Slayer spin-off, Angel. In that same year Logan was cast as Glen Reiber in Days of Our Lives.

In 2003, Logan made a guest appearance in an episode of the NBC television sitcom, Friends. He followed this up with a series of action films such as The Eliminator, Curse of the Komodo and Way of the Vampire where he portrayed Dracula.

In 2008, Logan appeared in The Terminators. A year later, Logan's athletic background came in handy for the martial art-styled action film, Ballistica, with a leading role as a top-notch CIA agent trained in the title art of Ballistica (hand-to-hand combat with firearms). In that same year, he appeared alongside Brittany Murphy in the disaster film Megafault. Logan's third film with The Asylum saw him in a leading role as the US commando sent to South America to stop mutating killer-fish in the SyFy original Mega Piranha. The film garnered 2.2 million viewers on the network, making it the channel's most-watched film of the year so far.[2]

Most recently, Logan would write, produce and star in the 2016 action horror film, The Horde.

Filmography[edit]

Film[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1996 American Tigers Terrorist Uncredited
1997 Killers Nicky
1998 L.E.T.H.A.L. Ladies: Return to Savage Beach Doc Austin
2000 The Independent Son
2001 The Ultimate Game Sam Slater
2002 Passion's Peak James
2004 The Eliminator Jesse
2004 Curse of the Komodo Drake
2005 Freezerburn SWAT Team Leader
2005 Crippled Creek Tom
2005 The Vault Frix
2005 Way of the Vampire Dracula
2005 Komodo vs. Cobra Major Frank
2005 Crash Landing Josef
2006 A.I. Assault Saunders
2006 Cannibal Taboo Luke Hendricks
2007 White Air Pete
2007 Fall Guy: The John Stewart Story Jake Adams
2008 The Last Bad Neighborhood Mack
2009 Aliens on Crack Alien King
2009 Lost in the Woods Lead Mercenary
2009 Ballistica Damian Sloan
2009 Vampire in Vegas Milo
2009 The Terminators TR-4
2009 Megafault Major Boyd Grayson
2010 One Night Captain Rob Stevens
2010 Re-Generator Captain Rob Stevens
2010 Mega Piranha Jason Fitch
2010 Number 1 Cheerleader Camp Tom
2011 200 mph Officer Flynn
2013 Code Red Captain John McGahey
2014 Skookum: The Hunt for Bigfoot Gator
2015 God's Club Firefighter
2016 CobraGator Jake Dixon
2016 Sniper: Special Ops Charlie
2016 The Horde John Crenshaw
2016 A Doggone Christmas Cutler

Television[edit]

Year Title Role Notes
1997 Erotic Confessions Jake Episode: "Through an Open Window"
1999 L.A. Heat Eric Sommers Episode: "Fangs"
1999 Malcolm & Eddie Dancer #3 Episode: "The Fool Monty"
2001–2002, 2005 Days of Our Lives Glen Reiber 12 episodes
2001 Angel Woody Episode: "Carpe Noctem"
2003 Friends The Soap Actor Episode: "The One Where Rachel Goes Back to Work"
2007 Smith Eli Episode: "Five"

References[edit]

  1. ^ Paul Logan- Super Intelligent Action Hero in SyFy's Mega Piranha Media Blvd magazine. April 10, 2010
  2. ^ Syfy piranha movie devours 'Caprica' Hollywood Reporter. April 14, 2010

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