Karina Logue

The younger sister of popular indie film actor Donal Logue, Karina Logue followed her sibling into the business in the late 1990s with small roles in features like Steven Spielberg's science fiction action hit "Minority Report." During this era, Logue also worked regularly in made-for-TV movies such as "A Bright Shining Lie," in which she worked with her brother on screen for the first time. Karina also had a recurring role in Donal's critically acclaimed but short-lived crime series "Terriers." Logue works primarily as a character actress, playing one-off guest roles in popular series such as family drama "Army Wives" and police procedural "Southland."

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