Logan Marshall-Green is an emerging writer-director as well as an established actor in both features and television. His writing and directing debut, "Adopt a Highway" starring Ethan Hawke, premiered at the 2019 SXSW Film Festival.
Marshall-Green is currently shooting Anna Foerster's Netflix feature "Lou," opposite Allison Janney and Jurnee Smollett and produced by J.J. Abrams from a script by Maggie Cohn. He can most recently be seen in "How It Ends," directed by Zoe Lister-Jones and Daryl Wein.
Other feature credits include "Upgrade," which won the Audience Award for Midnight screenings at the 2018 SXSW Film Festival; Marvel's "Spider-Man: Homecoming"; Oliver Stone's "Snowden"; Netflix's "Sand Castle" opposite Nicholas Hoult and Henry Cavill; Sophie Barthes' film adaptation of Gustave Flaubert's novel "Madame Bovary" alongside Mia Wasikowska, Paul Giamatti and Rhys Ifans; Karyn Kusama's "The Invitation," which premiered at the 2015 SXSW Film Festival; Ridley Scott's "Prometheus" opposite Michael Fassbender, Charlize Theron and Noomi Rapace; James Franco's adaptation of William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying"; "Devil," produced by M. Night Shyamalan; Julie Taymor's "Across The Universe" opposite Evan Rachel Wood; Antoine Fuqua's "Brooklyn's Finest," among countless others.
On the television front, Marshall-Green can most recently be seen in Ava Duvernay's "When They See Us" (Netflix). Other credits include playing Creely Turner in USA Network's "Damnation," created by Tony Tost; and before that, the titular lead in "Quarry" for Cinemax. His other television work includes roles on Jerry Bruckheimer's gritty drama "Dark Blue," Bruce Cohen and Dan Jenk's "Traveler," "24," "Law & Order: SVU" and "The O.C."
On the theater front, Marshall-Green appeared opposite Lily Rabe at the Geffen Theater in Neil LaBute's "Miss Julie." He previously appeared in Adam Rapp's "Hallway Trilogy: Nursing" for which he was nominated for a Drama Desk Award for Best Featured Actor in a Play. He earned a Drama League nomination for his work as the villainous Edmund in "King Lear" opposite Kevin Klein at the Public Theatre and Greg Kotis' "Pig Farm" at the Roundabout Theatre off-Broadway. He also earned Lucille Lortel Award nominations for his performances in "Dog Sees God" and Neil LaBute's "The Distance From Here," the latter also earning him a Drama Desk Ensemble Award. Marshall-Green's other off-Broadway productions include Michael Weller's "Beast," Adam Bock's "Swimming In The Shallows," "Us Drag," "Turn Off The Screw" and numerous other productions.
Marshall-Green is a graduate of New York University's Tisch Graduate Acting Program.