Logan Marshall-Green was born on Nov. 1, 1976 in Charleston, SC, and grew up in Rhode Island. Marshall-Green's immersion in the entertainment world began at the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, where he covered theater and music for the school paper. Marshall-Green went on to enroll in the National Theater Institute, and then to earn his Master's degree from New York University's acting program. After graduating, Marshall-Green made his television debut on individual episodes of "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (NBC 1999-) and "Law & Order" (NBC 1990-2010). His earliest recurring parts came with the series "24" (Fox 2001-2010, 2014), on which he played the son of the Secretary of Defense, and "The O.C." (Fox 2003-07), on which he played the older brother of Benjamin McKenzie's central character Ryan Atwood. Marshall-Green appeared in a number of smaller films all the while, namely "Alchemy" (2005) and "The Great Raid" (2005), and earned a bit more attention thanks to more prominent pictures like "Across the Universe" (2007) and "Brooklyn's Finest" (2009). Marshall-Green's notability took quite a leap upon his casting in "Prometheus" (2012), Ridley Scott's high-profile science fiction blockbuster. However, Marshall-Green opted to follow this movie with a league of smaller independent ventures, including James Franco's "As I Lay Dying" (2013) and the Mia Wasikowska-starring "Madame Bovary" (2014). Returning to television work, he signed onto the politically charged 1970s period piece "Quarry" (Cinemax 2016), playing a Vietnam War veteran and social pariah. Marshall-Green also took a role in "The Invitation" (2016), a horror film about a dinner party gone awry.