June 6, 1987 (36)
Daniel Logan, a New Zealand-born actor, is globally recognized for his portrayal of a young Boba Fett in the Star Wars franchise. With a career spanning over two decades, he has etched his place in the hearts of millions, becoming an iconic figure in the realm of science fiction and beyond.
From his early start in episodic television, Logan made an impact with his breakthrough role in “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones.” The 2002 film marked his entry into Hollywood and was a stepping stone towards international fame. Following this monumental success, he reprised his character in the animated series “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” adding a new dimension to his portrayal of Boba Fett and contributing significantly to the expanded Star Wars universe. Logan’s unique ability to bring depth and sincerity to his performances, coupled with his immense dedication to the franchise, made him a household name among Star Wars enthusiasts worldwide.
Over the years, Logan’s collaborations with other esteemed figures in the industry have been nothing short of extraordinary. Sharing the screen with Ewan McGregor and Natalie Portman in “Star Wars: Episode II – Attack of the Clones,” his performance stood out, even amidst such an illustrious cast. Later, he worked alongside voice actors like Matt Lanter, James Arnold Taylor, and Dee Bradley Baker in “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” adding to his repertoire. His appearance at Star Wars conventions led to interactions with a wide range of artists and influencers, including Mark Hamill, Carrie Fisher, Harrison Ford, and George Lucas, all of whom have shaped the Star Wars legacy.