Donal owns a tree farm in Oregon.
Donal's first TV series he acted in was the CBS miniseries Common Ground.
Donal wasn't sure he wanted to act in movies before he acted in his first movie Sneakers.
Donal created the charcter "Jimmy the Cab Driver" from MTV's promos.
Donal started out in plays and then went to act in movies.
Donal's first movie when he was the leading role was The Tao of Steve.
Donal's first movie appearance was in the 1992 movie Sneakers.
Donal has three sisters: Karina, an actress, his twin sister Deirdre (who is not in show business), and Eileen, an education consultant
Donal's father was a priest who left the holy orders to marry.
Donal appeared in the movie Ghost Rider.
After losing 4 friends to alcohol abuse, Donal swore of in 1991 and has remained clean since.
Donal won a Special Jury Prize in 2000 for his role in the movie The Tao of Steve Won.
Donal was a road manager for local Boston punk bands The Leamonheads and Bullet Lavolta.
Donal worked with a traveling theater group.
He studied at the British-American Drama Academy in London, UK.
He is good friends with actor Stephen Dorff.
His height is 5' 11" (1.80 m).
Donal studied history at Harvard.
Has three sisters, Eileen Logue Sciarretta, his twin Deirdre Logue Sciarretta and Karina Logue.
Was originally cast as Phil Stubbs on "Ed" (2000).
After losing 4 friends to alcohol abuse, Donal swore off in 1991 and has remained clean since.
Donal Logue: My Mom, she's from Ireland, coached tennis in Nigeria when she was a Missionary and turned me on to it when I was young.
Donal Louge: I think in a weird way that the entertainment industry is strangely more brutally honest than any other.
Donal Logue: I did pilots here and there but mostly I was doing little bits in movies.
Donal Logue: With acting, you gotta wait until someone gives you a role in a play or movie. With writing, you're not dependent on others, you don't have to wait. You can sit down and just create.
Donal Logue: Follow your deepest dream, the one you had as a kid... but stay focused.