Logan Marshall-Green

American actor Logan Marshall-Green

Logan Marshall-Green is an American actor best known for his roles in Dark Blue, The O.C. , 24, and Traveler.
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The reluctant assassin: A new antihero arises in Cinemax's '70s-set Southern noir 'Quarry'
LATimes - over 1 year
When we first meet Mac Conway (Logan Marshall-Green) in the flash-forward that opens the Cinemax drama “Quarry,” he’s floating face-down, like a corpse, near the edge of a river. After a moment or two of stillness, he rises out of the water like a newly baptized convert, but what follows is hardly...
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Lyft CEO Logan Green has a plan that's far bigger than ride-hailing
LATimes - over 1 year
Logan Green applied for his first job out of college by submitting a resume and a document titled "Logan's Life Plan."  It was a grandiose heading, especially for a 22-year-old angling for what was a junior role as sustainability coordinator at UC Santa Barbara. But the plan itself was more wonkish...
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EBay Names Lyft CEO to Board
Wall Street Journal - over 1 year
EBay appointed Logan Green, co-founder and CEO of ride-hailing company Lyft to a new seat on its board of directors.
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Lyft's Logan Green on Building Uber's 'Happier' U.S. Rival
Wall Street Journal - almost 2 years
Logan Green co-founded ride-hailing company Lyft as a funky, friendlier alternative to the luxury-focused Uber Technologies. But many of the lines between their services have blurred.
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Marrying an Entrepreneur
Huffington Post - over 4 years
And then there was one bread winner in the family: me. Funny? Not really. This week my husband announced that he is leaving Path to start his own company with a close friend and co-worker. In Silicon Valley, an announcement like this is expected, the norm, no big deal. It is exciting, and talked about, but definitely not scary or crazy. The thing is, it is terrifying to me. Maybe Silicon Valley feels the same, and just never talks about it, but my heart definitely dropped the moment I entered the "married to an entrepreneur" world. I was raised in a very traditional household. You were either a doctor or a lawyer, and that's about it. Sure, I broke out of that mold a couple years ago when I quit my law firm and joined a small startup (two weeks later to be acquired by Facebook), and sure I now embrace the unknown, the rollercoaster, the success and the failure, and the insanity. And yet, I am terrified! A lawyer can only be a non-lawyer part of the time (fact). No doubt, I am in...
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Lyft CEO: You Must Keep Your Consumer Focus
Inc. Magazine - over 4 years
Logan Green, CEO of ride-sharing company Lyft, gave business students some advice at a recent UC Berkeley conference. You should listen too. There is an enduring temptation for startups that build consumer applications: Instead of creating a product for the end user, they let organizations with money influence their product. It’s risky. Take it from a guy who knows. Logan Green, CEO of on-demand ride-sharing company Lyft, spoke during a fireside chat at the Play Conference 2013, an event organized by students from the Haas School of Business at UC Berkeley. The conference drew a crowd of about 600 people, including students, entrepreneurs, and recruiters. On the topic of temptation, Green said he learned a big lesson from the early days of his first company, Zimride, a ride-sharing service for college students and employees of local companies. Launched in 2007, the company made money through fees it charged universities and companies for this service. After it launched, Green d...
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Logan Marshall-Green, Wyatt Russell to play Boston Bruins in 'Turk'
Yahoo News - over 4 years
By Jeff Sneider LOS ANGELES (TheWrap.com) - "Prometheus" star Logan Marshall-Green and hockey-loving actor Wyatt Russell are finalizing deals to play former Boston Bruins Derek Sanderson and Bobby Orr in Doug Atchison's indie movie "Turk," which counts Ed Burns among its producing team. Atchison ("Akeelah and the Bee") is writing and directing the film, which Shep Harmon is producing via his Tenth Green Productions banner along with Burns and Aaron Lubin of Marlboro Road Gang. Chris Pappas wrote an earlier draft of the script. ...
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Quarry Collects Actress Nikki Amuka-Bird
Boom Tron - over 4 years
I know British actress Nikki Amuka-Bird best as the long suffering Det. Sgt. Erin Gray on BBC One’s addictive series Luther. Fans will get to see another side of her now that she’s been cast in the new Cinemax drama pilot Quarry. Logan Marshall-Green stars in the pilot as a 1973 era Vietnam vet, freshly home for the war and quite disillusioned. So, what does he do? He joins a shadow organization to become a hitman. Amuka-Bird will play Ruth, explained the latest Deadline casting update. Ruth is the wife of Artie, friend to Marshall-Green’s Quarry. Artie is a former Marine, by the by. It’s all coming together. Quarry is based on the series of novels by Max Allan Collins, who also brought us the amazing Road To Perdition graphic novel. As previously reported, Stellan Skarsgård will play the key role of The Broker. Noah Taylor has been cast as the hitman who teaches Quarry how things are done. Graham Gordy and Michael D. Fuller have written the pilot and will executive produce ...
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Cinemax’s Quarry Adds Stellan Skarsgård To Sniper Pilot
Boom Tron - over 4 years
Cinemax is busy beefing up its sniper pilot, Quarry. We’ve been bringing you all the latest casting news involved in this interesting 1970s set thriller. Today we can add a Thor actor to the mix. Stellan Skarsgård has signed the dotted line to co-star in the pilot. Quarry could be a success. The network has already seen positive results with their original series Banshee and Strike Back. Quarry is based on the Max Allan Collins series of novels and follows a Marine sniper, who we previously revealed would be acted by Prometheus actor, Logan Marshall-Green. When our Marine returns home from Vietnam in 1973, he finds an America that would demonize him for doing nothing more than sacrificing just about everything to protect their freedoms. As a result, Marshall-Green’s character, whose name is Quarry, becomes a contract killer. He is good a killing after all. Skarsgård will play The Broker, “a shadowy figure who approaches Quarry, recruiting him into his criminal ranks,” reports ...
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Something's Happening To James Franco 'On The Inside'
Huffington Post - almost 5 years
CANNES, France — James Franco's filmography is starting to look like a book shelf – and a very respectable one, at that. The 35-year-old American has already played poets Allen Ginsberg ("Howl") and Hart Crane ("The Broken Tower"). He recently finished directing an adaptation of Cormac McCarthy's "Child of God" (having first flirted with doing McCarthy's novel "Blood Meridian"), as well as a biopic of the late poet and novelist Charles Bukowski. But this week at the Cannes Film Festival, he premiered his version of William Faulkner's "As I Lay Dying," a novel of fractured perspectives and enormous cinematic challenges. Having earlier screened at Cannes a short film he made as a student at New York University ("The Clerk's Tale"), coming to the festival in the Un Certain Regard section – for innovating or daring works by young talent – is something of a graduation for Franco. "I'm accepted here as a director," he said in an interview on a dock in Cannes' harbor...
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A Taxi's Worst Nightmare?
Huffington Post - about 5 years
SAN FRANCISCO — When Hesky Kutscher needed to get across town, he didn't call a taxi. He tapped a smartphone app called Lyft, which allows users to request car rides. Minutes later, a black hatchback with a big fluffy, pink mustache on its grille pulled up. Kutscher hopped in the front seat and gave the driver a fist bump. Then they cruised over the hilly streets of San Francisco, chatting like neighbors until he was dropped off near Union Square. Kutscher, who runs a medical data firm, said ride-hailing apps like Lyft – with its whimsical mustaches – are more convenient than cabs: "I need to get from A to B. They do it well, they do it for a good price, and the drivers are friendly." Fed up with traditional taxis, more city dwellers are using their smartphones to request rides using GPS-enabled mobile apps that let riders and drivers find each other in real time. Ride-summoning services such as Uber, SideCar and Lyft are expanding rapidly in San Francisco, Ne...
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NEWS/Marisa Tomei Not Engaged to Prometheus Hunk Logan Marshall-Green (E! Online)
Wesmirch.com - about 5 years
E! Online: NEWS/Marisa Tomei Not Engaged to Prometheus Hunk Logan Marshall-Green  —  Marriage still isn't on the docket for Marisa Tomei.  —  Despite rumors to the contrary, the Oscar winner is not engaged to Prometheus actor Logan Marshall-Green, Tomei's rep exclusively confirms to E! News, saying, “There is no truth to the rumor.”
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Top 3 Pop: 'Prometheus' premieres in theaters Friday
The Morning Call - Blogs - over 5 years
1 Director Ridley Scott's newest sci-fi thriller promises action and eye candy. Set in the same universe as the "Alien" movies, the film follows the crew of the spaceship Prometheus as it travels to discover the origins of human life. Expect sweeping otherworldly visuals and fast-paced suspense as the crew becomes locked in an epic struggle for humanity's survival. The film features Noomi Rapace, Michael Fassbender, Logan Marshall-Green, Idris Elba, Guy Pearce and Charlize Theron.
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American Psycho Writer Wants Every Actor Ever To Star In Fifty Shades
Perez Hilton - over 5 years
You’ll never guess who Bret Easton Ellis thinks should play Anastasia and Christian!! Actually, you probably could, LOLz!! Just pick a name at random, he has suggested them all. Since the popular novelist spoke up about his burning desire to turn the E.L. James books into screenplays, Bret has been on a frantic Twitter spree. He says David Cronenberg should direct and has suggested everyone and anyone who has ever taken an acting class for the part of Christian. He endorsed Ryan Gosling, Ian Somerhalder, Logan Marshall-Green, Alex Pettyfer, and Alexander Skarsgård, whose nekkid sexy body he can apparently draw from memory. He tweeted: "Cronenberg and Alexander Skarsgård is a no-brainer. I've seen Alexander naked so many times at the gym that we both attend: perfect casting.” Wow! Uhh, what gym was that again?? We’ve been meaning to work out more! For the XX-chromosome, Bret wants the stunning Emmy Rossum or Girls creator Lena Dunham -- though he feels the world is...
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'Prometheus': Secrets Behind The Surgery Scene
MTV News - over 5 years
Co-writer Damon Lindelof tells MTV News about genesis of Noomi Rapace's creepy self-surgery sequence. By Kevin P. Sullivan Logan Marshall-Green, Noomi Rapace and Michael Fassbender in "Prometheus" Photo: Kerry Brown/ Twentieth Century Fox This story consists almost entirely of "Prometheus" spoilers. You've been warned. True to his legacy of sci-fi-horror, Ridley Scott peppered "Prometheus" with moments that are sure to make you wish you'd kept your helmet on, but none of the film's shocking moments even approach one hair-raiser in particular. The sequence doesn't require much identification beyond "that scene," but in case you've already repressed the memory of it, here's a refresher. Hours after an intimate encounter with her alien-infected boyfriend, the supposedly infertile Elizabeth Shaw (Noomi Rapace) finds out that she is, in fact, three months pregnant with something. Shaw, desperate to get the thing out of her, undergoes an impromptu Cesarean sectio...
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Michael Fassbender and Noomi Rapace Talk PROMETHEUS, the Amazing Practical Sets by Arthur Max, Deleted Scenes and More
Collider - over 5 years
With Prometheus now playing, 20th Century Fox held a massive press junket in London last week where I was able to interview most of the cast and director Ridley Scott.  Here’s are my print interviews with Charlize Theron, Guy Pearce, Michael Fassbender and Scott, and here are my on camera interviews with Charlize Theron and Guy Pearce, Logan Marshall-Green and Damon Lindelof.  For more on the film, here’s four clips and five minutes of behind-the-scenes footage and Matt’s review. During my on camera interview with Fassbender and Rapace, they talked about their reaction to the finished film, the amazing production design by Arthur Max, deleted scenes, and more.  Hit the jump to watch. In addition, I’m happy to report that Prometheus was great.  Unlike most Hollywood movies that get watered down for mainstream acceptance, Prometheus is the type of big budget sci-fi that studios rarely make.  I definitely recommend seeing it in a theater. Also, the 3D is fantastic. ...
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Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Logan Marshall-Green
  • 2012
    Age 35
    He is known for his roles in the television series 24, The O.C., Traveler, Dark Blue, and Quarry, and as Charlie Holloway in the 2012 Ridley Scott film Prometheus.
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  • 2010
    Age 33
    Marshall-Green featured as Dean Bendis, an undercover police officer, in a black ops group of the LAPD headed by Dylan McDermott in the TNT series Dark Blue. He also worked alongside Richard Gere, Ethan Hawke, Don Cheadle, and Wesley Snipes in the 2010 criminal drama Brooklyn's Finest directed by Antoine Fuqua.
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  • 2007
    Age 30
    He appeared as Paco in the 2007 film Across the Universe.
    Marshall-Green portrayed Tyler Fog in the 2007 ABC series Traveler.
  • 2005
    Age 28
    In 2005, Marshall-Green appeared in the film Alchemy.
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    In 2005 he performed in three separate productions: in June he played an anthropomorphic shark in Adam Bock's Swimming in the Shallows; in August he appeared as Bo Decker in a production of William Inge's classic Bus Stop; and in December he was Beethoven in the Peanuts spoof Dog Sees God: Confessions of a Teenage Blockhead.
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  • 2004
    Age 27
    Marshall-Green received a Drama Desk Award for his performance in Neil LaBute's play The Distance from Here in 2004.
  • 2003
    Age 26
    Marshall-Green appeared in both Law & Order: Special Victims Unit in 2003 and Law & Order in 2004, before landing recurring roles on Fox's The O.C. and 24.
  • 1976
    Born on November 1, 1976.
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