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DONAL LOGUE (Mack) came to major prominence in the film The Tao of Steve, the story of a larger-than-life, philosophizing lothario, which debuted at the Sundance Film Festival and won Logue a Special Jury Prize for Outstanding Performance. This led to a starring role on the television sitcom "Grounded for Life,” which ran for four seasons. Logue also had a recurring role on "ER” as Sherry Stringfield's love interest and appeared on the big screen in the LAPD crime drama Confidence. He was most recently seen in Just Like Heaven, starring Reese Witherspoon and Mark Ruffalo.

Logue moved to Los Angeles in 1991, when he was cast in the film Sneakers. Over the next eight years, he completed over forty films, including The Patriot, Steal This Movie, Runaway Bride, Jerry Maguire, Reindeer Games, Diabolique, And The Band Played On, Blade, Little Women, Heaven and Earth, Metro, The Grave, and Gettysburg. At the 2005 U.S. Comedy Arts Festival, Logue premiered his directorial debut, Tennis, Anyone?, an independently financed film that he also wrote and starred in.

Logue currently stars in and produces the ABC half-hour comedy "The Knights of Prosperity” and can be seen on the big screen in David Fincher's Zodiac. He next stars in Edward Burns' Purple Violets.

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