Logan Huffman (born 22 December 1989) is a television actor featured in a major role as the son of the protagonist in the 2009 remake of V. His character is named Tyler Evans.
Logan Huffman scored a lead role in Rosie O’Donnell’s movie of the week, "America". Around that time, he also took a role in the "Circledrawers" project, a series created by Poppoli Pictures and Cicala Filmworks.
Then came his biggest break to date: ABC’s "V", which re-imagines the 1980s miniseries about the world’s first encounter with an alien race. In V, the Visitors (or Vs) simultaneously appear in spacecrafts hovering over several major cities.
Huffman, a longtime fan of ufology (the study of unidentified flying objects), had heard about the show and quickly contacted director Yves Simoneau, whom he had previously worked with on the set of America.