Birth Name: Phyllis Logan
Phyllis Logan was born on Jan. 11, 1956 in Paisley, Scotland. A graduate of the Royal Scottish Academy of Music and Drama, she started gaining acting experience as a member of the Dundee Repertory Theatre. After touring around Scotland and performing at various theaters, Logan relocated to London, where she launched her onscreen acting career with featured roles in made-for-TV movies such as "The White Bird Passes" (1980), and on BBC dramas like "Play for Today" and "Shoestring." Logan's first big break was landing a lead role in the 1983 film " Another Time, Another Place," a drama set in 1943 Scotland during World War II, in which she played a young housewife who falls in love with an Ital...
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