Logan

Played by Alano Miller

Logan

Logan is a sergeant in the Iron Lake Police Department and the assistant wrestling coach for the local high school. Having experienced tragedy at a young age, Logan prides himself on stepping up for those in need – making him one of the good guys, both for the kids he coaches and the town he serves and protects.  

Logan is a sergeant in the Iron Lake Police Department and the assistant wrestling coach for the local high school. Having experienced tragedy at a young age, Logan prides himself on stepping up for those in need – making him one of the good guys, both for the kids he coaches and the town he serves and protects.  

Alano Miller

Alano Miller is a versatile actor who moves effortlessly across genres on both stage and screen. Previously, he starred as Evan in Ava DuVernay’s anthology series Cherish the Day and as the immensely complicated Cato in the hit WGN America series Underground, in a performance described as "fabulous," and "a revelation." The Hollywood Reporter listed Alano as one of the “30 Best Supporting Actors to Watch Out For” for his work on the acclaimed series. Alano also stars as Raymond Green in Focus Features’ critical darling Loving by Jeff Nichols. His performance garnered him a 2017 NAACP Image Award nomination. Other film credits include playing Lacy Parker opposite Tessa Thompson in Sundance hit, Sylvie’s Love. Other TV credits include starring as twins Roman and Aaron Zazo in the CW’s critically acclaimed and Golden Globe Award winning show, Jane the Virgin, playing Montague in Atlanta's most popular episode, "B.A.N;" and guest appearances on The Red Line, NCIS, Battle Creek, Stalker, Person of Interest, Goldenboy, Ironside, Vegas, Damages, How to Make It in America, and Royal PainsTheater credits include playing Malcolm King in Nathan Louis Jackson’s “Broke-ology” at Lincoln Center, ‘Cory’ in August Wilson’s “Fences,” ‘G.H.’in Richard Wright’s “Native Son” and starring in The Brother Sister Play Trilogy written by Oscar winning playwright, Tarell Alvin McCraney. Miller currently resides in California with his wife, DeWanda Wise. 

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