Donal Logue is an Irish-Canadian producer, writer, and actor. He has worked in television as well as the film industry. He is known for his roles in the movie The Tao of Steve, Grounded for Life, Vikings, Sons of Anarchy and much more. His television series include Terriers a detective series and Copper. He is currently part of NBC's Law & Order: Special Victims Unit series. He plays the role of Lt. Declan Murphy. His second series is a detective series Gotham by Fox in which he plays the character of Harvey Bullock. He was born in Canada. His parents were Michael J. Logue and Elizabeth. His father was a missionary in Africa. After their marriage, they shifted to England. His mother worked as a teacher at Calexico High School. The couple had three children, three girls Karina, who is an actress Deirdre and Eileen who works as an education consultant. His father was in the position of president at Aisling Industries. He went to Central Union High School.

He did his graduation from Harvard University in history. For his junior college, he attended St Ignatius' College. He was a State Champion in Impromptu Speaking. He was elected as a president for an American Legion Boys Nation in 1983. In 1992, he was seen in the movie Sneakers in the character of Dr. Gunter. In 1993, he played a guest appearance in the Northern Exposure "Baby Blues" episode. He played the character of Judd Bromell, who was a film script agent. He appeared in the role of a rival FBI agent in the episode "Squeeze" in The X-Files episode.

He also acted in The Patriot, and Blade in 2000. He appeared in Purple Violets and The Groomsmen by Edward Burns Edward Fitzgerald Burns was born on January 29, 19 >> Read More... Edward Burns . His role in The Tao of Steve won him a Special Grand Jury Prize in the category of Best Actor from the 2000 Sundance Film Festival. In 2005, he became a part of I Want to Rob Mick Jagger aired on ABC television. In 2006, he was seen in The Knights of Prosperity. He was also seen in a supporting role in the movie Just Like Heaven in 2005. In 2002 he appeared in "I Love. . ." series by VH1. In 2010, he acted in House, M.D. He played the character Curtis Harry, who was a millionaire patient. In 2005, he was seen in The Dennis, by NBC. He has worked with Nicolas Cage “You know I can eat peaches for hours…” This is on >> Read More... Nicolas Cage in the movie Ghost Rider and Zodiac by David Fincher David Fincher was born on 28th August 1962 and is >> Read More... David Fincher . In 2008, he appeared in a documentary named One Fast Move or I'm Gone: Kerouac's Big Sur Click to look into! >> Read More... Big Sur by Jack Kerouac. He played the main character in the music song "Lowlife," for the album Theory of a Deadman. In 2012, he appeared in Sons of Anarchy in the character of Lee Toric. In 2013, he acted in CBGB along with Alan Rickman Who doesn’t know “Severus Snape” in Harry Potter s >> Read More... Alan Rickman . He was a part of six episodes of Law & Order: Special Victims Unit as an undercover officer Lieutenant Declan Murphy.

He appeared in the movie The Intruders by Adam Massey in 2015. When Logue is not shooting, he works as a part of the theater group Hollywood United, which is an Angeles-based group. He owns a Hardwood company named Frison-Logue Hardwood in partnership with Frison and a trucking company with two partners named Aisling Trucking, which was founded in 2012. He got married to Kasey Walker, and the couple has two sons.

Don Creech English Actor

Don Creech

Aged 67, this American actor was born in the October of 1948 in the heart of United States of America-The New York City. The brown haired boy with beautiful green eyes was natural at acting. Creech made his debut in the widely acclaimed film “Leon-The Professional” in 1994. He starred as the ‘Stansfield man’ and went on to portraying various diverse characters in both the Hollywood film industry as well as in the American Television Industry. Over the years, he starred in a variety of small roles in various films. Most distinguished among those were when he starred in “The Curious Case of Benjamin Button” (2008) as Prentis Mayes starring alongside Brad Pitt. Also his role in “X-Men: First Class” (2011) as William Stryker Sr. is one worth appreciation. Don’s another notable film was “The Tavern” wherein he starred with Scarlett Johansson. His television career involved a lot of scattered roles over the years. Some of the shows he enacted in are ‘Law and Order’, ‘CSI: Miami’, ‘Third Watch’, ‘In Justice’, ‘Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide’ and ‘Criminal Minds’. His most renowned role is as Mr. Sweeney in ‘Ned’s Declassified School Survival Guide’. Some general trifles about him: • He dubbed as the voice of the character Nigel West Dickens in the video game Red Dead Redemption in 2010 and has been a personification of the character. When the New York workshop for the Jim Henson Company closed down from 1980 to 2002, he was the keeper of the Muppets.


Donald Pleasence

Donald Pleasence was an English television, film and stage actor. He is known for his performance in the Halloween series, as Dr. Sam Loomis. He played the role of villain Ernst Stavro Blofeld in the movie You Only Live Twice, a James Bond film. Others include The Great Escape and Cul-de-sac. He was born in England. His parents were Thomas Stanley Pleasence and Alice. He went to Ecclesfield Grammar School. His father worked as a railway station master. After his graduation, he worked as a railway clerk, as well was hunting for a job as an actor. During the second world war, he worked in RAF Bomber Command. During a raid on Agenville, his Lancaster died. He was sent to prison by the Germans and was taken to the prisoner-of-war camp where he used to produce and act in plays. In 1939, he worked as an assistant stage manager in a theater group with Jersey. He made his acting debut with Wuthering Heights as Hareton. He was a part of theater groups in Bristol and Birmingham. He moved to London and made his first presence there with the play Twelfth Night in the year 1942. In the 1950s, his performance included Hobson's Choice, The Lark by Jean Anouilh. He was most appreciated for his performance in The Caretaker by Harold Pinter at the Arts Theatre. His other performances include Anouilh's Poor Bitos by Anouilh, The Man in the Glass Booth by Robert Shaw. He won the London Variety Award in the category of the Stage Actor of the Year in 1968 for his performance in The Man in the Glass Booth. His later work included Tea Party and The Basement. Donald made his first television appearance in 1946 with I Want to Be a Doctor. In 1954, he starred in Nineteen Eighty-Four, which was an adaptation of a novel of the same name by George Orwell. It was an adaptation by the BBC and also featured Peter Cushing in the series directed by Nigel Kneale. He appeared in many episodes of The Adventures of Robin Hood by ITV. He played the character of Prince John. He was a part of Danger Man, a British spy series with Patrick McGoohan. He made his first appearance in the episode of an American television series The Twilight Zone. In 1973, he appeared in the episode of Columbo named "Any Old Port in a Storm." He played a murderer in the series. He made a presence in the series The Barchester Chronicles in 1982 by the BBC as Reverend Septimus Harding. He has been the host for the Halloween episode of Saturday Night Live in 1981. In 1986, he joined and collaborated with Polly Jo Pleasence and Ronald Lacey in a thriller series Into the Darkness. He made his first appearance in the film with The Beachcomber in 1954. His second film was Barnacle Bill opposite Alec Guinness. In 1958, he appeared in Look Back in Anger opposite Tony Richardson and Circus of Horrors by Sidney Hayers, in 1959. Because of his physical appearance and intense voice, he would mostly be selected for the role of villain. In Dr. Crippen, he played the role of Dr. Michaels and in 1966 he played a violent alcoholic Doc Tydon in the movie Wake in Fright. In Watch Out, We're Mad he played a mad doctor and Bond arch-villain in You Only Live Twice. He played the character of a comic villain, Dr. Evil in the film Austin Powers. In the 1960s, he appeared in The Great Escape, as Colin Blythe, The Night of the Generals as an old-school German general who was involved in the killing of Adolf Hitler. In 1965, he played a role in The Greatest Story Ever Told, which is a religious epic. In the 1970s, he played roles in movies like Halloween as Dr. Loomis, Escape to Witch Mountain, The Pumaman and Escape from New York. His character of Dr. Loomis was seen in many series of Halloween like Halloween II, Halloween 4: The Return of Michael Myers, Halloween: The Curse of Michael Myers and Halloween 5: The Revenge of Michael Myers in 1995. He had voiced for many characters. His voice was a part of a children's story records. He voiced for the Lonely Water and The Spirit of Dark which were British Public Information Film. He has written a children's book Scouse the Mouse. The book was later made into an animated film by Gerald Potterton as The Rainbow Boys. He received four times nomination from Tony Award in the category of Best Performance by a leading actor for the movie The Caretaker, The Man in the Glass Booth, Wise Child, and Poor Bitos. He was honored as Officer of the Most Excellent Order in 1994 by Queen Elizabeth II. He got married four times in his life and had five daughters. He married Miriam Raymond in 1941 and had Jean and Angela as their daughters, in 1959, he married Martin Crombie and had Polly and Lucy as daughters, married Meira Shore in 1970 and had Miranda with her. His last marriage in 1995 to Linda Kentwood. In 1995, he died at the age of 76 due to a heart attack.

Donald Pleasence English Actor