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Born and raised in Beverly Hills, LOGAN LERMAN told his mother of his desire to be an actor when he was 2 1/2 years old. At the age of four Logan began working in commercials and landed his first appearance on the big screen by age eight as the youngest son of Mel Gibson's character in the epic was drama "The Patriot." Also in 2000, he appeared as the younger version of Gibson's adult character in "What Women Want," a romantic comedy directed by Nancy Meyers. Earlier feature film credits for Lerman include the fantasy thriller "The Butterfly Effect"; the comic family adventure "Hoot," directed by Wil Schriner from Carl Hiassen's novel; the mystery thriller "The Number 23," directed by Joel Schumacher; and a supporting role in director Penny Marshall's "Riding in Cars with Boys"

Lerman starred opposite Christian Bale and Russell Crowe as the impetuous son of a high-minded rancher determined to outwit an unforgiving outlaw in James Mangold's 2007 remake of the classic wester "3:10 to Yuma," and as the precocious kid who helps Aaron Eckhart's character win back his wife in the comedy "Meet Bill," directed by Bernie Goldmann.

Currently, he is starring as the title role in Fox's adaptation for the Rick Riordan novel, "Percy Jackson & The Olympians: The Lightning Thief," for Chris Columbus, and has "Gamer" opposite Gerard Butler for Lionsgate opening September 4th.

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