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PERCY JACKSON: SEA OF MONSTERS

LOGAN LERMAN (Percy Jackson) has come of age in the entertainment industry with an impressive body of work. He maintains a fearless pursuit of challenging roles, and is fast becoming one of Hollywood's most in-demand young actors, for both independent and mainstream film.

Lerman is currently in pre-production on the highly anticipated WWII drama, "Fury" written and to be directed by David Ayer. The film follows a five-man crew of an American tank in 1945, at the collapse of Nazi Germany. Lerman will star opposite Brad Pitt, Shia LaBeouf, and Michael Pena. The film will be released domestically by Sony Pictures on November 14, 2014.

Most recently, Lerman starred in the indie coming-of-age drama, "The Perks of Being a Wallflower," alongside Emma Watson, Paul Rudd, and Ezra Miller. He received critical acclaim for his portrayal of Charlie, a shy 15-year old coping with love, friendship, loss, and heartbreak and was nominated for a Broadcast Film Critics Award for his performance in the film. Produced by John Malkovich and his team at Mr. Mudd, the film opened in limited release to great success, both critically and commercially. In theatres for over 20 weeks, "Perks" opened to a stellar $80k per screen in its first weekend, and went on to garner nominations and wins at both the People's Choice Awards and The Independent Spirit Awards. Lerman and his co-stars Watson and Miller were also nominated for a total of four MTV Movie Awards for their performances in the film.

Lerman recently wrapped production on Darren Aronofsky's highly anticipated Biblical epic "Noah" opposite Russell Crowe, Jennifer Connelly, Anthony Hopkins, Douglas Booth and Emma Watson. Paramount will release the film on March 28, 2014.

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 Meyer's romantic comedy "What Women Want." Additional film credits include "Stuck In Love," "The Three Musketeers," Chris Columbus' "Percy Jackson & the Olympians: The Lightning Thief," "The Butterfly Effect," "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," "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 the WB's dramatic series, "Jack and Bobby," portraying Bobby McCallister. The show 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.

Lerman grew up in Los Angeles, California and began his professional career as an actor at the age of five.

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