Logan Pierce Porn Star Biography Logan Pierce is an American adult film actor, most known for his boy-next-door looks and demeanor, and as the 2013 AVN Award winner for Best Male Newcomer. Early Life Pierce was born on October 17, 1990, in the suburbs outside of Philadelphia, Pa. He was born to a Catholic family, though he left the religion at a young age. He was an active youngster that learned to play drums at a young age, was a drama club member, and aspired to become a filmmaker. He attended college majoring in Film and Media. Career Pierce had a major fascination with pornography and the performers at a young age. He believed his film talent, looks, and sizable penis might be enough to get him considered as a male performer. He contacted an agency which offered him a gig. He drove cross country to move to Los Angeles, and shot his first scene on his second day in the city. Soon after, he convinced his then-girlfriend to join him in L.A., only to grow extremely concerned that she wouldn't be able to handle his new career and living so far from home. When his parents eventually found out about his new profession, it had been the ex's parents that informed them. Regardless, he quickly went on to make his bones in the industry, often appearing in family fantasy films due to his innocent non-threatening appearance. He won the 2013 AVN Award for Best Male Newcomer. Fun Facts Took his stage name as an homage to Australian actor, Guy Pearce. Says writing is his favorite hobby, even writing about his entry into the business and life as a male porn star for numerous online magazines. He shot a mini-documentary with Elite Daily into his life, particularly focusing on how his career complicates his love-life offscreen. In 2017, Pierce self-published his novel, Between the Sheets: Rise of a Working Stiff under the pen-name J.R. Verlin. The book loosely documents Pierce's career trajectory from his entrance into the adult industry in 2012. Big fan of industrial rock band Nine Inch Nails. One of the industry's major faces fighting against Measure B, the recent Los Angeles law making condoms mandatory during adult film shoots.