Logan Browning is an American television and film actress. She is known for starring in the 2007 movie "Bratz" as well as series including "Meet the Browns," "Hit the Floor," and the Playstation Network series "Powers."
Logan Laurice Browning was born on June 9, 1989 in Atlanta, Georgia. Growing up with three brothers, it was easy to set herself apart from her siblings, especially once she joined the Barbizon Modeling and Acting School in 2003. Not one to mess around, the following year she was cast in her first television series, playing the role of Carrie on "Summerland" for four episodes. A year after that, she went on to star on "Ned's Declassified School Survival Guide" for a five-episode stint. This lead to playing the role of Sasha in her first feature film "Bratz" in 2007.
During her early acting career, Logan still managed to find the time to finish school at Fayette County High in Fayetteville, Georgia. After this, she went on to attend Vanderbilt University in Nashville. Of course, being in school or not, her career as an actress was still priority one, and by age 20, she was really starting to hit her stride in that department. After playing the role of Brianna Ortiz during the second season of the TBS series "Meet the Browns," she landed a recurring role on "Pair of Kings." The same year that gig came to a close, she played her second film role in "Breaking at the Edge."
The year 2013 proved to be Logan's most productive yet. Following her second film role, she was cast as Jelena, arguably her most famous role to date, on the VH1 series "Hit the Floor." Her string of good luck continued into the following year when she played a small role on the series "For Better or Worse," which coincided with her current gig. By 2015, she was not only still a cast member on "Hit the Floor," but also joined the Playstation Network series "Powers" while also snagging a main role in the film "Brotherly Love" and securing herself a bright future in both movies and television alike.