John Logan

Inside Biography

John Logan is an American screenwriter, playwright, and producer who is best known for his work in The Last Samurai, Gladiator, Rango, and Skyfall. Besides, Logan is also known for his Oscar-nominating works in Gladiator in 2000, The Aviator in 2004 and Hugo in 2011.

Graduated From Millburn High School

John was born John David Logan on September 24, 1961, in San Diego, California, in the United States. He is American by nationality and belongs to the white ethnicity.

Logan grew up in California and Millburn, New Jersey with his two older siblings. He studied at Millburn High School, graduating in 1979. Later, John went to Chicago to attend the University of Northwestern and graduated in 1983.

Started Career From Tornado!

John started his career in scriptwriting from the 1996's American television film Tornado!. Later, he wrote the screenplay for the American historical drama film RK 281 in 1999. The same year, Logan produced the American adventure-horror film Bats.

John Logan posing for his photoshoot SOURCE: Vulture

In 2000, John worked as a writer in the historical drama film Gladiator directed by Ridley Scott. In 2002, he worked as a producer for the American science fiction film The Time Machine starring Guy Pearce, Orlando Jones, and Mark Addy.

Logan worked as the playwright of the American period action drama film The Last Samurai in 2003 and in 2004, Logan wrote the epic biographical drama film The Aviator.

In 2016, Logan worked as a producer of the British-American biographical drama film Genius. In 2017, he wrote the screenplay for science fiction horror film Alien: Covenant starring Billy Crudup, Danny McBride, and Demian Bichir.

How Much John Logan's Net Worth?

The 58-year-old playwright, Logan has ama s sed an estimated net worth of $1million as of November 2019. He gathered his fortune from his profession as a screenwriter and producer.

John has worked in several hit projects and has certainly earned a good fortune from them. Here are some of his hit projects and their box office collection.

Movie  Year Box Office  Stars
Gladiator 2000 $460,583,960 Oliver Reed and Joaquin Phoenix
The Time Machine  2002 $123,729,176 Laura Kirk and Sienna Guillory
The Last Samurai 2003 $454,627,263 Ken Watanabe and Tom Cruise
The Aviator 2004 $213,719,942 Adam Scott and Ian Holm

John Logan's Personal Life

Logan is probably not married as of November 2019. According to Famous Birthdays, Logan is openly gay, however, the outlet hasn't revealed anything more about Logan's relationship status.

Screenwriter John Logan honored with Monte Cristo Award SOURCE: Page Six

Besides, Logan prefers to live a low key life. Moreover, he has a relatively low presence on social media like Facebook and Instagram which keeps him away from the media and his fans.

by ab-basanta, 25 Nov, 2019

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