Logan Lerman Career Milestones
Logan Lerman has come of age in the entertainment industry with an impressive body of work. He maintains a fearless pursuit of challenging roles, evolving with each new project; fast becoming one of Hollywood’s most in‐demand young actors, for both independent and mainstream film.
Lerman is currently in production on Darren Aronofsky’s Biblical epic Noah opposite Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Douglas Booth and Emma Watson. Paramount will release the film in 2014. He recently wrapped production on Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters for Fox 2000 Pictures.
Lerman recently wrapped lensing Josh Boone’s feature directing debut Writers with Greg Kinnear, Jennifer Connelly, Lily Collins, Nat Wolff, Liana Liberato, and Kristen Bell. The film follows Bill Borgens (Kinnear), a prolific novelist who suffers a preoccupation with his ex‐wife (Connelly). Lerman will portray Louis,’ a writing student who pursues Samantha,’ (Collins), Borgens’ daughter. The film will premiere at the Toronto Film Festival on September 9, 2012.
Lerman began his film career landing a role as the youngest son in Roland Emmerich’s war drama The Patriot, opposite Mel Gibson. That same year, he appeared as the younger version of Gibson’s adult character in Nancy Meyers’ romantic comedy What Women Want. Additional film credits include Paul W.S. Anderson’s The Three Musketeers, Chris Columbus’ Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief, Eric Bress and J. Mackye Gruber’s The Butterfly Effect; Will Schriner’s Hoot; Joel Schumacher’s The Number 23; Penny Marshall’s Riding in Cars with Boys; James Mangold’s critically‐acclaimed remake of 3:10 to Yuma; Bernie Goldmann and Melisa Wallack’s Meet Bill; Richard Loncraine’s My One and Only; and Mark Neveldine and Brian Taylor’s Gamer.
On the small screen, Lerman made his mark in WB’s dramatic series, “Jack and Bobby,” portraying ‘Bobby McCallister,’ in a show that followed the lives of two brothers as they went to high school and generally matured, and one goes on to become President of the United States. Prior to that, Lerman appeared in the made‐for‐television film, “A Painted House,” winning him his first of three Young Artist Awards.
Logan Lerman grew up in Los Angeles, California and began his professional career as an actor at the age of five.