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      John Logan

      John Logan

      Highest Rated: 93% Hugo (2011)

      Lowest Rated: 17% Bats (1999)

      Birthday: Sep 24, 1961

      Birthplace: Chicago, Illinois, USA

      One of Hollywood's most successful screenwriters, John Logan made a name for himself by crafting extensively researched, thoroughly compelling historical epics. After more than 10 years as a respected playwright in Illinois, Logan began his transition to writing for the screen with the Orson Welles biopic "RKO 281" (HBO, 1999) and the Oliver Stone-directed NFL melodrama "Any Given Sunday" (1999). Having attracted the attention of director-producer Ridley Scott, he was brought on to script the Oscar-winning Roman Empire spectacle "Gladiator" (2000), starring Russell Crowe. Logan further cemented his growing reputation with his lauded work on films like Edward Zwick's "The Last Samurai" (2003), Martin Scorsese's "The Aviator" (2004) and Tim Burton's "Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street" (2007). After four years without a credit, he returned to pen the hit animated family feature "Rango" (2011) and reunited with Scorsese for the critically-acclaimed family-adventure "Hugo" (2011). Logan's love of history and knack for finding the often ambiguous human story within a larger, epic narrative rightfully made him one of the most sought-after and recognized screenwriters of the new millennium.


      The Bold and the Beautiful, John Logan (L), Kimberly Matula (C), Jacob Young (R), 03/23/1987, ©CBS SWEENEY TODD: THE DEMON BARBER OF FLEET STREET, screenwriter John Logan, producer Richard D. Zanuck, on set, 2007. ©DreamWorks John Logan at arrivals for PENNY DREADFUL Showtime Series Premiere, The High Line Hotel, New York, NY May 6, 2014. Photo By: John Paul Melendez/Everett Collection



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      52% 46% Genius Screenwriter,
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      92% 86% Skyfall Screenwriter $304.4M 2012
      92% 58% Coriolanus Screenwriter,
      $756.5K 2011
      93% 78% Hugo Screenwriter $73.8M 2011
      88% 70% Rango Screenwriter - 2011
      86% 81% Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Writer,
      $52.9M 2007
      87% 79% The Aviator Screenwriter $102.6M 2004
      66% 83% The Last Samurai Writer $111.1M 2003
      45% 56% Sinbad: Legend of the Seven Seas Screenwriter $26.3M 2003
      38% 49% Star Trek: Nemesis Screenwriter $500.0K 2002
      28% 37% The Time Machine Screenwriter,
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      79% 87% Gladiator Screenwriter $187.7M 2000
      92% 75% RKO 281 Writer - 1999
      52% 73% Any Given Sunday Screenwriter,
      $75.5M 1999
      17% 14% Bats Writer,
      Executive Producer
      $10.1M 1999


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