Since graduating from Toi Whakaari: New Zealand Drama School in 2017, Logan Cole has worked in Wellington with directors Stella Reid (The Christmas Detention Centre) and Leo Gene Peters (Safe. For The Moment), as well as making and writing his own show (The Universe is Pretty Big and I’m Afraid of Sex) with a small company of beautiful theatre makers. He has always loved devising theatre and has done so with Christchurch company Two Productions for a long period of his career, before and during drama school. This year, Logan was in the short film Bats, directed by Michelle Savill, which featured in this year’s New Zealand International Film Festival. Logan is like a big toddler who loves the stage and performing for people. He is looking forward to the challenge of the ASB season of Filthy Business, learning from a marvellously experienced cast of actors, and cannot wait to bring forward what he has to offer.