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August 19, 2010


Nick Koliarakis



This is good information, and largely explains why the birth/death dates of model Elizabeth Logue from Hawaii Five O, posted on various biographical sites such as IMDB, are wrong. Thank you Nancy for passing this along to us. Nancy is the daughter of Andrew Duggan, a very talented and well known character actor, who just so happens to have coincidentally appeared in the pilot for the original Five-O, and several other episodes that followed. The information she has provided concerning her father matches up very well to the incorrect biographical details that are often attributed to Elizabeth Logue of Hawaii Five O. Her response has cleared up much of the confusion and now clarifies EVERYTHING so well!

Nancy Duggan Benson says:
October 1, 2010 at 22:13

OK…….I am one of the 3 children of Andrew and Elizabeth Duggan (nee Logue) She is NOT the same woman as the Elizabeth Logue of Hawaii 5-0. My mother was born August 10th 1932 and dies June 7th 1988. She was a broadway dancer who met my dad in the production of Paint Your Wagon. They were married for many happy years and both died in 1988. As much as it would be interesting to think my mother was polynesian she was not….Hope this clears a few things up. All of her Broadway credits are correct however. I do not know if the other Elizabeth Logue is alive or not. If my mother were still alive she would be 78 years old.
Nancy Duggan Benson


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