Who is Donal Logue?

Donal Logue is a Canadian-American actor, a producer, and a writer who is well-known for the portrayal of King Horik in the historical drama television series, ‘Vikings’. He is also well-known for his role as Dex in the 2000 romantic comedy movie, ‘The Tao of Steve’ and for his role as Lee Toric in the American action crime drama television series, ‘Sons of Anarchy’.

Quick Infos 
Full NameDonal Francis Logue
Date of birthFebruary 27, 1966
Birth Place Ottawa, Canada
Parent(s)Elizabeth Logue
Michael J. Logue
OccupationActor, Producer, Writer
SpouseKasey Walker (Divorced)
Age54 years
Height5 ft 10 in
Children2
NationalityAmerican, Canadian, Ireland
Net worthUS $3 million

Another one of his most notable roles came in the year 2014 when he played the role of Harvey Bullock in the American action crime drama television series, ‘Gotham’. Moreover, he is a recipient of two Best Performance awards throughout his career as a professional actor.

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Bio, Age, Family, and Young

Donal Logue’s full name is Donal Francis Logue. He was born on 27 February 1966 in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada to his mother, Elizabeth Logue who was a teacher, and to his father, Michael J. Logue who were both Carmelite missionaries, a Roman Catholic mendicant religious order for men and women. He was born and raised alongside three sisters whose names are Karina Logue, Deirdre Logue, and Eileen Logue in the city of El Centro, California. Besides this, he is currently 54 years old with the zodiac sign of Pisces.

 

Nationality, Height, and Weight

Donal Logue holds multiple nationalities of Canada, America, and Ireland and descends from Irish and Canadian ancestry. He is a Roman Catholic and practices Christianity as his religion. Besides this, he stands at a height of 5 feet and 10 inches (1.78m/178cms) tall and weighs around 78kgs (171lbs). Moreover, he has an average body figure with a pair of blue colored eyes and brown colored hair.

 

Education

Donal Logue studied in the Central Union High School, a public high school located in El Centro, California, and then at St. Ignatius College, a Catholic voluntary aided secondary school located in Enfield, London, England. For further studies, he studied at Harvard University from where he graduated with a degree in history in the year 1988.

 

Personal Life, Daughter, and Wife

Donal Logue was married to Kasey Walker for a long time before their relationship ended. They were blessed with a son, Finn Logue, and a daughter, Jade Logue who is transgender.

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Social: Instagram, Facebook, and Twitter

Donal Logue is active on social media platforms. His official Instagram account (@donalflogue) has over 89 thousand followers and his official Twitter account (@donallogue) has over 122 thousand followers. Moreover, his personal blog on Facebook (@Donallogues) has over 1800 followers with well over 1700 likes.

 

Career

Movies and IMDb

Donal Logue gave his debut performance in the year 1992 when he played the role of Dr. Gunter Janek in the American comedy caper movie, ‘Sneakers’ followed by the role of Captain Ellis Spear in the 1993 American epic war movie, ‘Gettysburg’ and the role of Bobbi Campbell in the 1993 American television movie, ‘And the Band Played On’. Likewise, he has also appeared in movies like ‘Disclosure’ and ‘Little Women’ in the year 1994, ‘Baja’, ‘Miami Rhapsody’ and ‘3 Ninjas Knuckle Up’ in the year 1995, ‘Winterlude’, ‘The Grave’, ‘Eye for an Eye’, ‘Diabolique’, ‘Dear God’ and ‘Jerry Maguire’ in the year 1996, ‘The Size of Watermelons’, ‘Glam’ and ‘First Love, Last Rites’ in the year 1997.

In the same year, he also worked as the co-executive producer in the movie, ‘Men with Guns’ and also starred as Goldman. Following this, he has also starred in movies like ‘Blade’, ‘A Bright Shining Lie’ and ‘The Thin Red Line’ in the year 1998, ‘Runaway Bride’ and ‘The Big Tease’ in the year 1999, ‘The Tao of Steve’, ‘The Million Dollar Hotel’, ‘Reindeer Games’, ‘Steal This Movie’, ‘Takedown’, ‘The Opportunists’ and ‘The Patriot’ in the year 2000.’

He has also made his appearance in the movies like ‘The Chateau’ in the year 2001, ‘Comic Book Villains’ in the year 2002, ‘Confidence’, ‘American Splendor’ and ‘Two Days’ in the year 2003, ‘Tennis, Anyone…?’ and ‘Just Like Heaven’ in the year 2005, ‘Jack’s Law’, ‘The Groomsmen’, ‘Shark Bait’, ‘Citizen Duane’, ‘Almost Heaven’ and ‘The Ex’ in the year 2006, ‘The Good Life’, ‘Ghost Rider’, ‘Zodiac’ and ‘Purple Violets’ in the year 2007, ‘No Place Like Home’ and ‘Max Payne’ in the year 2008, ‘The Lodger’ in the year 2009 and ‘Charlie St. Cloud’ in the year 2010.

Likewise, Donal Logue has also appeared in movies like ‘Shark Night 3D’ where he played the role of Sheriff Greg Sabin, ‘Oliver Sherman’ where he played the role of Franklin Page in the year 2011, ‘The Reef 2: High Tide’ where he played the voice role of Troy, ‘Kill for Me’ where he played the role of Garret Jones and ‘Silent Night’ where he played the role of Santa Jim Epstein in the year 2012, ‘CBGB’ where he played the role of Merv Ferguson and ‘The Intruders’ where he played the role of Jerry Halshford.

His most recent work came in the year 2018 when he appeared with the role of Mark Stambler in the American science fiction horror movie, ‘The Cloverfield Paradox’. Furthermore, he is also said to appear as Chief Brian Irons in the upcoming German-American survival horror movie, ‘Resident Evil’ and also stars in the upcoming movie, ‘All My Puny Sorrows’.

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Television Shows, Vikings Moment, and Gotham Moments

Donal Logue made his debut on television in the year 1993 when he played the role of Agent Tom Colton in the American science fiction drama television series, ‘The X-Files’ and the role of Judd Bromell in the American Northern comedy-drama television series, ‘Northern Exposure’ for an episode each. Likewise, he has appeared for an episode each in series like ‘Felicity’ in 1998 and ‘House’ in 2011. He has also starred in television movies like ‘A Bright Shining Lie’ in 1998.

Moreover, he has also had recurring and lead roles in series like ‘Medicine Ball’ in the year 1995, ‘Public Morals’ in the year 1996, ‘Grounded for Life’ in the year 2001, ‘ER’ in the year 2003, ‘The Knights of Prosperity’ in the year 2007, ‘Life’ in the year 2008, ‘Terriers’ in the year 2010, ‘Sons of Anarchy’ alongside Jimmy Smits and Charlie Hunnam, in the year 2012, ‘Copper’ and ‘Vikings’ with the stars Alexander Ludwig,  in the year 2013, ‘Law and Order: Special Victims Unit’ and ‘Gotham’ in the year 2014 and ‘Stumptown’ in the year 2019.

His most recent work came in the year 2020 where he played the role of Denny for an episode of the American sitcom television series, ‘The Unicorn’ and the role of Dan Harmon for ten episodes of the American web television series, ‘Dummy’.

 

Achievements and Awards

Donal Logue won the Ashland Independent Film Festival’s Best Acting award for his work in ‘Tennis, Anyone…?’ in the year 2005. Likewise, he was also awarded the Sundance Film Festival’s Outstanding Performance award for his work in ‘The Tao of Steve’ in the year 2000.

 

Net Worth

As of the year 2020, Donal Logue has an estimated net worth of around $3 million.

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