Daniel Logan (born June 6, 1987) is a New Zealand-born actor who played Boba Fett in Star Wars: Episode II Attack of the Clones and Star Wars: The Clone Wars.

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Daniel Logan, circa 2000.

For his role in Attack of the Clones, George Lucas allowed Logan to give his own interpretation of the character,[1] and one of the ways he prepared was by reading Star Wars: The Visual Dictionary.[2] He was nominated for the 2003 Young Actor Award for "Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting Young Actor."[3] One of his co-stars, Temuera Morrison, was also one of his fellow cast members on the New Zealand TV series Shortland Street. Additionally, Logan played a younger version of Bodie Taylor's character in the 2003 film The Legend of Johnny Lingo. Logan reprised his role as Boba Fett in several episodes of The Clone Wars.[4] He was rumored to play a part in the unproduced Star Wars live-action TV series.[5][6]

Logan appeared in the Star Wars documentaries Bucket Head, From Puppets to Pixels and Heart of an Empire. He had a blog at StarWars.com,[7] and has appeared at multiple Star Wars conventions and reported from Star Wars events.[8][9][10][11] Logan became a United States citizen in 2017.

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