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Why Henry From Intrusion Looks So Familiar

If you're in the mood for a good, old-fashioned thriller, "Intrusion" might be what you're looking for right now. Officially available to stream on Netflix, the film focuses its story on a husband and wife coping with the fallout of a home invasion and the ensuing paranoia that it creates within one of them. The film has a small but mighty cast, which includes Freida Pinto, Robert John Burke, and a particularly compelling performance from the actor who portrays Henry.

Henry may seem familiar to some eagle-eyed viewers. That's likely because he is portrayed by actor Logan Marshall-Green, an American actor who has become an increasingly common sight in dramas and genre films over the course of the last decade. He has numerous iconic IMDb credits to his name (with plenty more on the way), so let's take a look at some of his biggest, best, and most notable roles from his career.

He battled the Devil in M. Night Shyamalan's Devil

One of Logan Marshall-Green's earlier big-screen performances of note came in 2010 when he appeared in the film "Devil" under the direction of "The Sixth Sense" and "Unbreakable" filmmaker M. Night Shyamalan. In the film, Marshall-Green's spends much of the film unnamed, known only as the Mechanic. However, it is eventually revealed that his name is Tony, and he was responsible for the death of Detective Bowden's (Chris Messina) family years prior to the events of the film. Through the course of the movie, the Devil attempts to kill a group of strangers trapped in an elevator, but Tony's repentance ultimately robs the Devil of his power in the film's climax.

Like many of the films in M. Night Shyamalan's filmography, "Devil" was met with mixed reviews upon its release in 2010. At the time, it was intended to be the first in a series of films known as "The Night Chronicles," which would tell similar one-off supernatural thriller stories. However, a sequel to "Devil" ultimately never materialized and Shyamalan eventually moved on to projects like "After Earth," "The Visit," and "Split."

He was killed by the black goo in Prometheus

Two years after "Devil" hit theaters, Logan Marshall-Green appeared on the big screen yet again under the direction of a well-known horror auteur. This time, the actor joined forces with "Alien" mastermind Ridley Scott for the long-awaited prequel film, "Prometheus." In the prequel, the actor portrays a scientist named Charlie Holloway – one of several explorers who travel to a mysterious planet in search of the origins of human life.

However, as the film slowly but surely lays out, the humans would've been better off staying on Earth and not seeking out answers. Upon arrival on the planet, Holloway is dismayed to learn that it is seemingly uninhabited. However, android David (Michael Fassbender) decides to utilize the black goo bioweapon found on the planet to experiment on the unsuspecting Holloway -– leading him to become host to a genetic mutation and sacrifice himself at the hands of a flamethrower to prevent infection. In the end, Holloway's death is one of many dominos that fall and eventually pave the way for the birth of the first Xenomorph seen in the film's sequel, "Alien: Covenant."

He took on a murderous cult in The Invitation

Logan Marshall-Green has thrived in the thriller genre throughout the bulk of his career, with one of his most white-knuckle horror films coming in 2015 with the debut of "The Invitation." Directed by "Jennifer's Body" and "Destroyer" director Karyn Kusama, "The Invitation" tells the story of a group of friends who descend upon a luxurious house in the Los Angeles hills for a casual dinner party. However, as the night progresses, the film slowly but surely reveals that they have been invited to one of many dinner parties in the area being hosted by a suicidal cult. Though some make it out alive, many do not, and the film's final shot serves as a haunting indication of just how widespread the cult's activities have been throughout the evening.

In addition to Logan Marshall-Green, the cast of "The Invitation" also includes "Zodiac" actor John Carroll Lynch as well as "Halt and Catch Fire" actor Toby Huss. Following the release of "The Invitation" in 2015, the film very much became a calling card for numerous individuals involved in its production. The movie opened small and earned a relatively modest box office gross, but it earned numerous positive reviews –- with many praising Marshall-Green's performance in particular.

He played the first Shocker in Spider-Man: Homecoming

The silver screen Spider-Man rebooted yet again when Tom Holland entered the Marvel Cinematic Universe in 2016's "Captain America: Civil War" under the direction of The Russo Brothers. He then took center stage the following year when Jon Watts' "Spider-Man: Homecoming" hit theaters. That film featured numerous villain performances to supplement Michael Keaton's big bad Vulture. One of those villains is Logan Marshall-Green as The Shocker.

A visually faithful reimagining of the comic book villain, Marshall-Green's Shocker (real name: Jackson Brice) was framed as a Vulture henchman equipped with deadly electricity-powered weapons. A thorn in the sides of both Vulture and Spider-Man, Shocker eventually meets his end when his boss decides that he has become too big of a liability to keep on the streets. From that point onward, Bokeem Woodbine's Herman Schultz takes on the mantle of The Shocker for the remainder of the film and is eventually apprehended when Spider-Man brings down Adrian Toomes' criminal ring –- leading Peter Parker to receive a job offer on The Avengers' roster.

He received cybernetic enhancements in Upgrade

One of Logan Marshall-Green's most compelling lead roles to date came in 2018 with the release of Leigh Whannell's sophomore film "Upgrade." In the movie, Marshall-Green plays Grey Trace –- a tech-averse man who receives an implanted computer chip following an attack by a group of thugs, leaving him paralyzed and his wife dead. Partnering with the chip's AI, known as "Stem," Grey sets out on a brutal quest for revenge but finds himself increasingly losing control of his own physical independence as Stem begins to exert more and more control over his body.

"Upgrade" turned numerous heads when it hit the big screen back in 2018, particularly as it was only Whannell's second feature film. The movie earned strong reviews upon its release, with many specifically calling out the quality of Logan Marshall-Green's performance. "Upgrade" has even proved popular enough with genre fans that, in May 2020, Deadline reported that a sequel TV series had entered development.