By Laura Medina
Vine video star, Logan Paul acting in his second tv series, Freeform's "Stitchers."
Who ever discovered Logan Paul on Vine has struck a gold mine.
Who would had thought the good-hearted, fun-loving, a goofy golden retriever in a Millennial body, could and can crossover into television dramas then make it as a dramatic actor representing Millennial psychos?
Someone did. Last year, Logan Paul made his dramatic acting debut on "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" as a crazed video game kidnapper in "Intimidation Game" episode.
Last week, on April 5th's Freeform's "The One That Got Away" episode, Logan made his Millennial procedural/sci-fi crime drama debut as a wayward brother...a wayward, troubled brother on the run, Theo,.. of Camille, Kirsten's roommate.
On a two-episode arc, he'll complete his appearance, tomorrow night, April 12th at 10pm's episode of "Stitcher."
It's not the normal, since it's truly difficult for the majority of social media breakouts, to make competently make the transition from social media persona (being one's self but only amplified) to a purely dramatic actor remembering one's lines and sides, hitting one's mark, and taking directions from serious directors...
But, Logan Paul is making it.
Logan Paul Group Hugging with Fans
Perhaps after his "Law & Order: SUV" acting debut, Logan made a quick and fast series of Aeropostale stores, his favorite brand.
This scribe was lucky to catch him on his holiday shopping tour, making a stop at Del Amo Mall's Aeropostale, hugging and greeting his die-hard fans.
Logan Paul standing on top of a table, greeting his cheering fans.
The enthusiasm was mutually shared when he stood up on the table while his fans cheered on.
Logan Paul dishing his fashion tips at his favorite brand retailer, Aeropostale.
Logan was nice enough to spare a moment during an hectic tour, to share his love for the Aeropostale clothes and how he mix them up. It's pretty obvious that he's pretty grateful for his fans, the opportunity to be his favorite brand's brand ambassador, and the acting jobs he assumed he'll never imagined.
In last week's "Stitcher" episode, "The One That Got Away," Logan managed to express depth and range, from goofy and easy-going to deep and dark.
Logan Paul is the one to watch out for.