We had the good fortune of connecting with Logan Roe and we’ve shared our conversation below.
Hi Logan, what’s the end goal, career-wise?
I want to be acting in film and television. I want to be a diverse actor, working in different genres. I want to be an example to others and inspire others to never give up.
Alright, so let’s move onto what keeps you busy professionally?
I started out doing background acting work on Disney’s Andi Mack and other Disney shows when I was 13 and fell in love with film and being on set. Then I got asked to be the stand in/photo double for Olivia Rodrigo on High School Musical the Musical; the series. I continued taking weekly acting classes and getting auditions. Even through the rejection, I learned to be confident in my work and not take it personally if I don’t book the job. One of my biggest accomplishments so far in my career is starring in the movie “Forgiven”, playing Dean Cain’s daughter. I have kept my faith a priority and make sure that everything I do is for the glory of God.
If you had a friend visiting you, what are some of the local spots you’d want to take them around to?
I would take them to stay at the Princess resort in Scottsdale, they put on a really fun fall and Christmas celebration. I would take them to Old Town Scottsdale to walk around, I like stopping at the Farm and Craft restaurant and Best Life Nutrition. Some of my other favorite spots are Karma Apple, Berry Divine Açaí bowls, Pressed Juicery, and the Scottsdale Quarter shopping area.
Who else deserves some credit and recognition?
My family because it takes a lot of dedication and resources to travel to auditions and callbacks. They have encouraged me and supported me on my journey. My agent, South West Artist Group believed in my talent and encouraged me to hold onto my values and morals.
Michael Verity and Byron Medina