|Logan Marshall-Green Quick Info|
|Height||5 ft 11 in|
|Date of Birth||November 1, 1976|
Logan Marshall-Green is an American actor, screenwriter, and director, best known for his role of Charlie Holloway in the movie Prometheus (2012) alongside Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron, and Idris Elba, as well as the role of Trey Atwood in the TV series The O.C. (2005). Logan has also appeared in TV series such as Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2003) as Mitch Wilkens aka Max Van Horn, Law & Order (2004) as Kyle Mellors, 24 (2005) as Richard Heller, Traveler (2007) as Tyler Fog, Dark Blue (2009-2010) as Dean Bendis, Quarry (2016) as Quarry or Mac Conway, and Damnation (2017-2018) as Creeley Turner. He is also known for his movie roles of Martin in Alchemy (2005), Lt. Paul Colvin in The Great Raid (2005), Paco in Across the Universe (2007), Melvin Panton in Brooklyn’s Finest (2009), Mechanic in Devil (2010), Jewel in As I Lay Dying (2013), and Billy in Cold Comes the Night (2013).
In 2014, Logan played Marquis d’Andervilliers in the movie Madame Bovary, and Dalton Ames in The Sound and the Fury, while in 2015, he appeared in movies The Invitation and Black Dog, Red Dog as Will and Stephen, respectively. He also starred as Male Drone Pilot in the movie Snowden (2016), Sgt. Harper in Sand Castle (2017), Jackson Brice / Shocker #1 in Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017), and Grey Trace in Upgrade (2018). Logan had also directed and written his 1st movie, titled Adopt a Highway in 2019 which featured Ethan Hawke in the lead role, as well as his ex-wife, Diane Gaeta. He has also amassed a large fanbase online with more than 50k followers on Instagram.
Charleston, South Carolina, United States
Los Angeles, California, United States
Logan attended Barrington High School in Barrington, Rhode Island, United States in the early 1990s.
He got his Bachelor of Arts degree in Literature from the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States before enrolling in National Theater Institute in Waterford, Connecticut, United States.
Logan then attended New York University‘s Graduate Acting Program at the Tisch School of the Arts in Greenwich Village, New York City, New York, United States, and earned his Master in Fine Arts degree.
Actor, Screenwriter, Director
- Father – Russell E. Green (Drama Teacher, USMC Fighter Pilot in WWII)
- Mother – Lowry Marshall (Drama Teacher, Art Director at Brown University)
- Siblings – Taylor Marshall-Green (Twin Brother) (TV Producer)
- Others – Henry Earl/Earle Green (Paternal Grandfather), Letha Ann Duncan (Paternal Grandmother), Henry Earl Green (Paternal Great-Grandfather), Hattie/Hariet Nix (Paternal Great-Grandmother), Russell Taylor Duncan (Paternal Great-Grandfather), Corrie Zane Couch (Paternal Great-Grandmother)
Logan Marshall-Green is represented by –
- Creative Artists Agency (CAA) (Talent Agent) in Los Angeles, California, United States
- 3 Arts Entertainment (Manager) in Beverly Hills, California, United States
- Shelter PR (Publicist) in Los Angeles, California, United States
- Stone, Genow, Smelkinson, Binder & Christopher (Legal Representative) in Beverly Hills, California, United States
5 ft 11 in or 180.5 cm
76 kg or 167.5 lbs
Girlfriend / Spouse
Logan Marshall-Green has dated –
- Anna Paquin (2004-2005) – From 2004 to 2005, he was in a 1-year relationship with the fellow New Zealander-Canadian actress, best known for her role of Sookie Stackhouse in HBO’s TV series True Blood (2008–2014).
- Kelli Garner (2005-2008) – For 3 years, between September 2005 and February 2008, Logan and fellow actress Kelli Garner were an item.
- Marisa Tomei (2008-2012) – Logan started dating actress Marisa Tomei in December 2008. There were rumors that the two were engaged to be married between 2011 and 2012, but Marisa’s representative denied those claims. The couple dated for almost 4 years before breaking up in 2012.
- Diane Gaeta (2012-2019) – His most prominent and longest public relationship was with fellow actress Diane Gaeta. They began dating in 2012 and got married at the end of the year, on December 12, 2012. Logan became a stepfather to Diane’s daughter Culla Mae (b. April 6, 2010) from her previous marriage to the actor Johnny Lewis. Diane and Logan welcomed their biological son, named Tennessee Logan Marshall-Green, on April 11, 2014. On April 5, 2019, Diane went on her Instagram to post a message and tag her husband. It stated: “I filed for divorce today from @elemgy because people aren’t always what they seem and to every woman out there: always trust your gut.” She also added: “And beware of the faux woman champion like @sarahhayofficial because those girls don’t care about sleeping with a married father of two. Peace and Love, thanks for letting me share.” At a later date, while she attended Talking While Female seminar in Boyle Heights, Los Angeles, California, United States, she unveiled more details. Diane accused Logan of trying to strangle her, which resulted in her attempting suicide with a bottle of pills while in the bath. At the last moment, according to her, she received enlightenment, and thought about her 2 children and couldn’t do that to them. Diane also added that she realized they were more important to her than “this man in her life,” filed for divorce immediately, and also got her old name back because she used to go by Diane Marshall-Green while being married.
- Sarah Hay (2019) – In 2019, Diane linked him to the fellow actress Sarah Hay, but Logan’s representative declined to comment on the matter of adultery or assault/abuse.
Race / Ethnicity
He is of English and Scottish descent.
- Tall height
- Slicked back haircut
Best Known For
- His movie roles in Prometheus (2012) as Charlie Holloway, The Invitation (2015) as Will, Spider-Man: Homecoming (2017) as Jackson Brice / Shocker #1, and Upgrade (2018) as Grey Trace
- Starring in TV series such as 24 (2005) as Richard Heller, The O.C. (2005) as Trey Atwood, Traveler (2007) as Tyler Fog, Dark Blue (2009-2010) as Dean Bendis, Quarry (2016) as Quarry or Mac Conway, and Damnation (2017-2018) as Creeley Turner
- His credits as a director and screenwriter for the movie Adopt a Highway (2019)
Logan Marshall-Green made his theatrical film debut as Martin in the comedy-drama movie Alchemy in 2005.
First TV Show
Logan Marshall-Green made his first TV show appearance as Mitch Wilkens aka Max Van Horn in an episode titled Soulless of the crime-drama series Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in May 2003.
Logan Marshall-Green Favorite Things
- Baseball Club – New York Mets
- Baseball Player – Bob Murphy
- Hobby – Photography
- People – Stan Lee, Sam Shepard, Walter Day
- Animals – Dog, Koala, Cat
Logan Marshall-Green Facts
- He was raised by his mother in Cranston, Rhode Island, United States, while she worked as the artistic director of Brown University’s repertory theatre department.
- During the time he attended the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee, United States, he was also the entertainment writer for the school newspaper named The Daily Beacon.
- Both he and his twin brother have been told that they look nearly identical to Tom Hardy. Logan stated that he was honored by the comparison.
- Growing up, he wanted to be a baseball announcer or a Mello Yello truck driver.
- Logan received a Drama Desk Award for his role in the play The Distance from Here in 2004. He later stated that his dream was always to be an on-stage actor.
- Logan often performs at the Williams Theatre Festival in Williamstown, Massachusetts, United States.
- According to him, he wasn’t responsible enough to have a puppy in the past. However, he adopted a dog named Pizza in March 2017 and also dressed him up in a hot dog costume as a joke.
- The one thing he regrets about modern movie production is that they throw greenscreens around him and say, “We’ll get it in post-production, don’t worry about it.” For that reason, Logan truly enjoyed working with prosthetics in the movie Upgrade (2018) instead of moviemakers using CGI (Computer-Generated Imagery).
- Follow him on Instagram and Twitter.
Featured Image by Logan Marshall-Green / Instagram