Paul Logan, an accomplished martial artist, stuntman and actor may be one of the hidden jewels in the treasury of action cinema.
Born in the state of New York on October 15, Paul Logan attended SUNY Purchase (State University of New York) completing a degree study in bio-chemistry before moving to Los Angeles to study Chiropratic at the Los Angeles College of Chiropractic. Logan's career in acting began after deciding to pursue it full-time. In 1996, Paul Logan embarked on his new career path. After a few small parts on a few early films and television episodes, Logan gained better screen time with the movie KILLERS (1997). He notched several other credits to his performing belt through the course of the 1990s and into the 21st century. In the mid 2000s, Paul Logan worked in several fantasy, Sci-Fi and/or creature films. The first of these was THE CURSE OF THE KOMODO (2004) followed by the supernatural horror film WAY OF THE VAMPIRE (2005) in which he starred as Dracula. Next he appeared in the creature/horror film KOMODO VS COBRA (2005). From 2000-2003, Logan was a contract player as Glen Reiber on DAYS OF OUR LIVES.
Between 2009 and 2010, Logan worked with small-budget TV/direct-to-video production company The Asylum. His first project with that company was the 2009 disaster thriller MEGAFAULT (2009) (starring the late Brittany Murphy ). Logan's second project that same year was in the Sci-Fi "man vs machine" film THE TERMINATORS (2009). His 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 (2010). Paul's has also starred in many other films including THE ELIMINATOR (2005), RADIUS (2004), WHITE AIR (2007), THE LAST BAD NEIGHBORHOOD (2008), MARRIAGE COUNSELING (2013), SKOOKUM: THE HUNT FOR BIGFOOT(2013) and the action packed Zombie Thriller CODE RED (2014).
Paul has been training in the martial arts since age 13. He holds a black belt in Okinawan
Go Ju Ryu karate. He has been training MMA for the past 8 years. Paul has appeared on the
cover and inside of most fitness magazines. Paul enjoys martial arts, weight training, football, golf, working on his 1965 Shelby, writing and playing with his Pug “Batz”. He doesn’t drink, smoke or do any drugs.
After losing his dad very suddenly in 1993, Paul lives every day as if it were his last.