About Logan Grove
Logan Grove (Full name Logan Parker Grove) is an American athlete, actor, and voice actor. He is probably best remembered for being the voice of Gumball Watterson in the popular animated series The Amazing World of Gumball, where he lent his voice throughout seasons 1 and 2. Later on in season 3, however, Logan was replaced by Jacob Hopkins due to his voice breaking as he approached his teen years. The last episode Logan’s voice can be heard is “The Kids,” which was recorded on August 29, 2013.
After he finished Gumball, Logan mostly quit acting and became an athlete.
In 2016 he attended the United States Naval Academy, being a member of the Navy Midshipmen, which he revealed on his Facebook account.
Although he is no longer an actor, he still appeared in plenty of roles. Besides being in Gumball, the talented actor also appeared in such TV series as Medium, Life of Zack & Cody, and ER.
Palmer, AK, USA
Life before fame:
Logan Grove decided that he’s going to be an actor when he was only three years old. According to an interview, he said that once he accompanied his sister to a talent competition, he couldn’t stop thinking about becoming an actor, which he happily got to do later on. Logan has also lent his voice to the animated series Young Justice, where he played Garfield Logan.
Logan Grove also appeared in Angry Video Game Nerd: The Movie, where he starred alongside the popular YouTube gaming celebrity James Rolfe, who is running one of the oldest and most popular YouTube gaming channels, “The Angry Video Game Nerd.” Logan Grove received praises from the critics for acting in the movie.
Although Logan has stated that he wants to focus on being an athlete, for the time being, we can’t rule out the possibility that he will return to acting sometime in the future. Seeing how talented he is at it and the fact that he wanted to become an actor from such a young age makes it likely that he will return at some point in his life.
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