A North Texas teenager will make his big screen debut next month, starring alongside some of Hollywood's hottest celebrities.
Logan Miller, 17, first discovered his love for acting when he was just 12.
"Once I was doing it I knew I would want to do it for the rest of my life," Miller said.
He started taking acting classes in his early teens, and several years later, his talent has paid off.
Miller will play a young Matthew McConaughey in the upcoming New Line Cinema movie, "Ghosts of Girlfriends Past."
The film also stars Michael Douglas and Jennifer Garner.
"When I got the call I was just like, excited. I didn't know what to think; it kind of hadn't hit me yet," Miller said. "Then we flew out to Boston to start shooting, and I was like, 'Wow, this is it!"
Miller got his start as an actor in television commercials.
His mother, Stevie Miller, said Logan was a natural from the start.
"It's totally his thing," she said. "He's so comfortable and I don't know where it came from."
Miller wants to eventually move to Los Angeles and become a full-time actor.
"I want to do movies a lot," Miller said of his future aspirations. "I also would love to be a director and a writer."
While his mother still wants him to have a normal life, she's proud of her son for pursuing his dreams.
"I hope that he is successful because this is what he wants to do," she said.
"Ghosts of Girlfriends Past" hits theaters May 1.