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Logan Huffman is a Actor American born on 22 december 1989 at Indianapolis (USA)

Logan Huffman

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Birth name Logan Huffman
Nationality USA
Birth 22 december 1989 (30 years) at Indianapolis (USA)

Logan Huffman (born December 22, 1989) is an American actor. He appeared in the 2009 TV series V and starred in the 2013 film Bad Turn Worse.


Huffman was born in Noblesville, Indiana, where he was the first born of triplets. He moved to New York City when he was 17 to pursue his dreams in acting. He is a believer in the paranormal and is dyslexic.

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Filmography of Logan Huffman (8 films)

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The Preppie Connection
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Crime
Actors Thomas Mann, Lucy Fry, Logan Huffman, Samuel Page, Bill Sage, Amy Hargreaves
Roles Ellis Tynes
Rating61% 3.055143.055143.055143.055143.05514
A student at a private school uses connections to create a drug trafficking network at his school which leads his friends into the dangerous world of drug cartel.
Final Girl
Final Girl (2015)
, 1h30
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Action, Horror
Themes Serial killer films
Actors Abigail Breslin, Alexander Ludwig, Wes Bentley, Cameron Bright, Francesca Eastwood, Reece Thompson
Roles Danny
Rating47% 2.3573652.3573652.3573652.3573652.357365
The film begins with a young Veronica meeting with a man named William after her parents have died. He asks her how she feels about it and she responds that people die all the time. After a few questions, he then offers to take her in and train her for a job that is only for "special" people. After he explains that his wife and child were killed by "a very bad man", she decides to take him up on his offer.
Bad Turn Worse, 1h31
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Thriller, Crime
Actors Mackenzie Davis, Jeremy Allen White, William Devane, Jon Gries, Logan Huffman, Mark Pellegrino
Roles B.J.
Rating55% 2.753182.753182.753182.753182.75318
After B. J. steals $20,000, he surprises his best friend, Bobby, and girlfriend, Sue, with an impromptu plan to party together one last time before Bobby and Sue leave rural Texas for college. B. J. later confides in Bobby that he stole he money from Giff, a local mobster who employs them. Giff immediately suspects his Mexican security guard, and Bobby and B. J. arrive at work as Giff savagely beats the man. Concerned that Giff will kill the worker, Bobby confesses to stealing the money, though it does not stop Giff from killing the man. As they dispose of the body for Giff, Bobby expresses regret that the man died, and B. J. berates him for getting them involved. When they can't repay him, Giff forces them to agree to rob a cotton mill owned by Big Red, an infamous mob boss who uses it to launder his funds. Over Bobby's objection, B. J. reveals that Sue was also involved in spending Giff's money, and she is forced to participate in the robbery, too.
Underdogs (2013)
, 1h42
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors D. B. Sweeney, William Mapother, Richard Portnow, Logan Huffman, Maddie Hasson, Charlie Carver
Roles Bobby Burkett
Rating58% 2.902072.902072.902072.902072.90207
Bobby Burkett (Logan Huffman) is a promising quarterback for a struggling high-school football team. Vince DeAntonio (D.B. Sweeney) is a former college football offensive coordinator, who abruptly resigned five years earlier, and has now become coach at the high school. The coach realizes the team needs more depth, and recruits several unlikely new players. Over the course of the season, Bobby falls for Renee (Maddie Hasson) a cheerleader at a rival high school, who also is the love interest of the rival school's quarterback (Charlie Carver). Bobby's father (William Mapother), is an inventor who works for the rival quarterback's father (Richard Portnow). The inventor gets sued by his employer over the intellectual property rights to a new space heater design, and must struggle to keep his invention. The employer's company is also planning to move manufacturing to Mexico, eliminating jobs in the community. The story climaxes in a charity football game between the rival teams, which serves as a rallying point for the inventor's family, the school, and the community.
A Smile as Big as the Moon, 1h30
Origin USA
Actors John Corbett, Jessy Schram, Cynthia Watros, Logan Huffman, David Lambert, Moira Kelly
Roles Scott
Rating76% 3.836523.836523.836523.836523.83652
Ben, a Down syndrome student in Mike Kersjes's Forest Hills Northern High School, Grand Rapids, Michigan, special education class, dreams of becoming an astronaut. Kersjes, who is also a football coach is inspired to pursue Space Camp for his students. Obstacles mount as school administrators object to the expense and Space Camp officials have no experience with special-ed students. Teacher Robynn McKinney supports Kersjes's efforts.
Refuge (2012)
, 1h24
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Romance
Themes Films about families
Actors Krysten Ritter, Brian Geraghty, Logan Huffman, Madeleine Martin
Roles Nat
Rating59% 2.9565252.9565252.9565252.9565252.956525
After her parents disappear, Amy drops out of college to care for her two younger siblings. Sam, a man with whom Amy has had a one-night stand, requests to rent space at Amy's house, and a romance develops between the two.
America (2009)
, 2h
Directed by Yves Simoneau
Origin USA
Genres Drama
Actors Rosie O'Donnell, Ruby Dee, Philip Johnson, Raquel Castro, Jade Yorker, Logan Huffman
Roles Marshall
Rating62% 3.149283.149283.149283.149283.14928
A biracial 17-year-old boy named America (Philip Johnson), who has experienced a difficult life of foster care and sexual abuse, undergoes counseling with psychiatrist Maureen Brennan (Rosie O'Donnell) to help him come to terms with his painful past of childhood trauma, including growing up with (and abandoned by) a crack-addicted mother (Toya Turner) and being shuffled through a series of foster homes including the Harpers (with Mrs. Harper played by Ruby Dee and Reggie Harper by Tim Rhoze). The film starts with Maureen Brennan (Rosie O'Donnell) at a group home where she is giving a small introduction about the outlook for most of the group home children's futures (most would most likely end up either living on the streets, in jail, or dead). A young America, emotionally vacant and suicidal, comes to the attention of Brennan. When she (Dr. B) tries to talk to America, he refuses to give her any answers about his childhood. Eventually Dr. B helps him understand his troubled past in order to find the courage to move on and survive. Helps him to forgive and forget, in order to be able to move forward in life.
Lymelife (2008)
, 1h34
Directed by Derick Martini
Origin USA
Genres Drama, Comedy, Comedy-drama
Themes Films about families
Actors Rory Culkin, Emma Roberts, Alec Baldwin, Jill Hennessy, Kieran Culkin, Timothy Hutton
Roles Blaze Salado
Rating68% 3.447423.447423.447423.447423.44742
Set in 1979 Syosset, Long Island, New York, Lymelife follows two families, the Bartletts and the Braggs, who crumble when tangled relationships, real estate problems, and Lyme disease converge in the heart of suburbia. 15-year-old Scott Bartlett is a gentle boy, radically different from his blustery father Mickey and mother Brenda. An outbreak of Lyme disease, as well as the accompanying paranoia, hits their community hard.