Marc Logan-Black

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Marc Logan-Black (born May 3, 1972) is an American film and actor now based in the United States. He is known for his appearance as Commando #2 in the Resident Evil 2002 remake of Half Past Dead, as well as Commando #2 change his name to Alfonso Black-Warner in Resident Evil film. You can also find Marc or Alfonso on his officials myspace websites. Marc also join the Marines in 2003 and the S.W.A.T. on 2008. Marc joined the Marines for 3 years. When he returned home, he wanted to go back and be an actor again, but he couldn't. In 2008, he joined the S.W.A.T. Team with a quick training. He successfully passed the test and he decided to stay with the S.W.A.T. Team for the rest of his career. Marc Logan-Black's screen appearances include the 2002 Resident Evil film. He also provided the voice of Commando #2. He also played Alfonso Warner, a male who did a great job commanding on the film. He also acted in the Half Past Dead 2002, where he played Control Center Guard on the film. Director Paul W.S. Anderson was one of the people who helped in giving Oded his big break in the film. Between 2003-2008, Marc Logan-Black became a marine and S.W.A.T. member of the team.

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