All About Logan Marshall – Green

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Logan Marshall-Green played Richard Heller in season 4 of the television series 24.

The American Actor and Director is known for his roles played in television series “Traveller”, “Quarry”, “Dark Blue” and “The O.C.” He also played significant roles in the films Spider-Man Homecoming, The Invitation and Upgrade. He played his first major recurring television role as Dean Bendis in Dark Blue.

He is known even more for his semblance with English actor and producer, Tom Hardy who is not Logan’s actual twin. Just in case you were wondering.

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Logan and His twin brother, Taylor Marshall-Green are look exactly alike.

Born 1st November 1976, in Charleston, South Carolina to parents who were both parents, Logan Marshall and his Twin brother named Taylor were raised by their mother, Lowry Marshall.

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Marshall-Green began his acting career with modest appearances in the programs Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2003) and Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2004), but it was his performance as Richard Heller in 24 that gave him a significant break and popularity (2005).

Since then, he has been in several television series and films. Marshall-Green portrayed Leigh Whannell in Blumhouse’s science fiction body horror thriller Upgrade, which was released in 2018.

With his good looks, Logan has rarely been since he hit the spotlight. Most notably, Marshall-Green was married to Diane Gaeta from 2012 until 2020. They bore 2 children.

In addition, from 2005 to 2008, while he was still married, Marshall-Green dated Kelli Garner, a well-known actress. He has a penchant for dating highly famous people.

In 2019, his wife announced on Instagram that she was filing for a divorce due to being cheated on by the actor.

He is purported to be worth 5 Million Dollars.

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