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Logan Wade Lerman born January 19, 1992 is an American actor, known for playing the title role in the 2010 fantasy-adventure Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief. He appeared in commercials in the mid 1990s, before starring in the series Jack & Bobby2004–2005 and the movies The Butterfly Effect (2004) and Hoot 2006. Lerman gained further recognition for his roles in the western 3:10 to Yuma, the thriller The Number 23, the comedy Meet Bill, and 2009's Gamer andMy One and Only. He played d'Artagnan in 2011's The Three Musketeers, and starred in the teen drama The Perks of Being a Wallflower 2012.

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BACKGROUND

Lerman was born in beverly hills. The orthotics and prosthetics company Lerman & Son, which is managed by his paternal grandparents, Mina (Schwartz) and Max Lerman, and had been founded by his great-grandfather, Jacob Lerman, in 1915.[2][9] Logan's family had left Europe in the 1930s, because of the Nazi regime, and settled in California in the 1940s.[2][10][11]
Lerman is a self-described "film geek", having stated that he is "shaped by movies",[12][13] and that he is a "creative person".[13] He has expressed an interest in being involved in "everything that goes into making a film", including wanting to write, produce, and direct.[14][15] His favorite directors include Paul Thomas Anderson, Stanley Kubrick, David Fincher, and Peter Bogdanovich,[15] and he has citedAmerican Beauty, Defending Your Life, and Eternal Sunshine of the Spotless Mind as being among his favorite films.[13] Lerman has described himself as "reserved and quiet", "a homebody",[16] and "not a big fan of sports".[17] He graduated from Beverly Hills High School.[14] In 2010, he applied to studycreative writing at New York University, but has postponed his attendance.

acting career
Lerman had a passion for movies from a young age, though he started acting "just for fun" and "to do something to get out of school".[16] He began auditioning for roles in the late 1990s, and first appeared in commercials.[19][20] He made his film debut in 2000's The Patriot, playing William Martin, one of the children of Mel Gibson's character. The same year, he appeared in another Mel Gibson film, What Women Want, playing Gibson's character as a child. In 2001's Riding in Cars with Boys, he played the son of Drew Barrymore's character. Lerman has stated that while appearing in his earliest roles as a child, he did not have "any conscious awareness of what I was doing or what was going on"[16] and "didn’t have a good experience".[4]
In 2003, Lerman played nine year-old Luke Chandler in the CBS made-for-television film A Painted House, based on the early life of author John Grisham and set in Black Oak, Arkansas in the early 1950s. A Painted House was filmed in Lepanto and Clarksdale, Mississippi, in 2002.[21][22] A review from the Boston Globe described Lerman as a "promising newcomer",[23] with the Telegraph-Herald commenting on the character having been "quietly and effectively played".[24] The role won him a Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Leading Young Actor in a television production.[25] He next appeared in the 2004 thriller film The Butterfly Effect, portraying a seven year-old version ofAshton Kutcher's character, Evan Treborn.[26] digitallyOBSESSED's reviewer described Lerman as "definitely a child actor to watch".[27]
Lerman had quit acting for a "year or so" in the early 2000s, when he was ten.[4] He made a "conscious decision" to embrace acting as a profession when he was twelve, having developed an interest in the film making process.[16] In 2004, he was cast in the television series Jack & Bobby, playing one of the title roles, Robert "Bobby" McCallister, a 12 year-old "extremely bright social misfit"[28] in Missouri who was destined to become President of the United States as an adult. The show ran on The WB Television Network during the 2004–2005 season, receiving some positive positive reviews but low ratings,[29][30] and was subsequently canceled, though Lerman won anotherYoung Artist Award for his performance.[31][32] Lerman has stated that he "started taking things seriously" about his career after appearing on the show.[33] The Boston Herald's reviewer mentioned that Lerman's performance had a "blend of vulnerability and strength,"[34] while Entertainment Weekly's reviewer had noted that "Lerman lends Bobby a bedraggled optimism".
Lerman had a passion for movies from a young age, though he started acting "just for fun" and "to do something to get out of school".[16] He began auditioning for roles in the late 1990s, and first appeared in commercials.[19][20] He made his film debut in 2000's The Patriot, playing William Martin, one of the children of Mel Gibson's character. The same year, he appeared in another Mel Gibson film, What Women Want, playing Gibson's character as a child. In 2001's Riding in Cars with Boys, he played the son of Drew Barrymore's character. Lerman has stated that while appearing in his earliest roles as a child, he did not have "any conscious awareness of what I was doing or what was going on"[16] and "didn’t have a good experience".[4]
In 2003, Lerman played nine year-old Luke Chandler in the CBS made-for-television film A Painted House, based on the early life of author John Grisham and set in Black Oak, Arkansas in the early 1950s. A Painted House was filmed in Lepanto and Clarksdale, Mississippi, in 2002.[21][22] A review from the Boston Globe described Lerman as a "promising newcomer",[23] with the Telegraph-Herald commenting on the character having been "quietly and effectively played".[24] The role won him a Young Artist Award for Best Performance by a Leading Young Actor in a television production.[25] He next appeared in the 2004 thriller film The Butterfly Effect, portraying a seven year-old version ofAshton Kutcher's character, Evan Treborn.[26] digitallyOBSESSED's reviewer described Lerman as "definitely a child actor to watch".[27]
Lerman had quit acting for a "year or so" in the early 2000s, when he was ten.[4] He made a "conscious decision" to embrace acting as a profession when he was twelve, having developed an interest in the film making process.[16] In 2004, he was cast in the television series Jack & Bobby, playing one of the title roles, Robert "Bobby" McCallister, a 12 year-old "extremely bright social misfit"[28] in Missouri who was destined to become President of the United States as an adult. The show ran on The WB Television Network during the 2004–2005 season, receiving some positive positive reviews but low ratings,[29][30] and was subsequently canceled, though Lerman won anotherYoung Artist Award for his performance.[31][32] Lerman has stated that he "started taking things seriously" about his career after appearing on the show.[33] The Boston Herald's reviewer mentioned that Lerman's performance had a "blend of vulnerability and strength,"[34] while Entertainment Weekly's reviewer had noted that "Lerman lends Bobby a bedraggled optimism".
other work
Lerman is a friend of actor Dean Collins,[71] who played his best friend on Jack & Bobby; they remained close after the series' cancellation, and worked together again on Hoot, where Collins had a supporting role. In their spare time, the two collaborated on comedic short films. As well as acting, they wrote, directed, and shot the videos, often enlisting the help of family and friends. The shorts were uploaded to YouTube under the joint account name of "monkeynuts1069".[72]
In 2006, Dean Collins and Lerman formed a band, Indigo, along with musician Daniel Pashman; Collins sang lead vocals, Lerman played keyboard and guitar, and Pashman played the drums.[2] In 2011, Lerman stated that Indigo is "not a serious band right now",[73] and that music is his biggest passion after film.[4] He plays the piano[33] and is a fan of movie music compositions.[16] Lerman also writes and creates loglines for stories.[4]
Blackbook magazine wrote that Lerman "aspires to be the head of a [film] studio one day.
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