Wyatt Logan is portrayed by actor Matt Lanter.
In December of 1944, Logan then met up with English spy, Ian Fleming. While Fleming and Lucy stopped Flynn from turning Wernher von Braun over to the Soviet Union, Logan and Rufus sabotage his V2 rocket before it could be launched.
In 1962, Logan attempted to send a letter to his wife to warn about her fate.
Wyatt Logan was married to Jessica Logan until she was murdered in 2012. Wyatt blames himself for the death of his wife and has never forgiven himself. The only thing we know about the rest of Wyatt's family is that his father, as stated by Wyatt "was a first rate son of a bitch but my Grandpa Sherwin always picked up the slack." Wyatt states that his Grandpa served in the 101st Airborne Division during WWII, and says that the reason he fights is to honor his Grandpa and make him proud. (“Party at Castle Varlar”)
Wyatt's father used to leave him in the woods and tell him to fix the car. He sat with a beer and a cigarette and laughed at him. When he was fifteen he ran away from his father and became a bootlegger. (“The Darlington 500”)
Jessica is Wyatt's deceased wife, and how she died is explained in episode six, “The Watergate Tape”. Wyatt tries to save her in the “Karma Chameleon”, episode 13, but he is unsuccessful. In “Hollywoodland”, episode 3 of season 2, Rittenhouse changed history in 1980 while the team was in 1941 which brought Jessica Logan back to life. In “The Salem Witch Hunt”, episode 4 of season 2, Wyatt learns that they had a fight in the current timeline and she is wishing to file for divorce.
Wyatt befriends history professor, Lucy, in the pilot episode (“Pilot”). He likes to flirt with her and he calls her "Ma'am" even though she doesn't like it. They become close friends further into the season and start to trust each other. In the “Last Ride of Bonnie & Clyde” Wyatt and Lucy are undercover as a married couple to gain the trust of Bonnie and Clyde. When Bonnie asks how he proposed to Lucy, he notices that Lucy falters and he ends up describing his proposal story. When he notices that Clyde isn't buying the story, he convinces him of their love by kissing Lucy. It is obvious by how intensely they look at each other, that the kiss meant something to them. Later in the episode they are laying in bed together, talking about Lucy's fiance, Noah. He tries to tell Lucy that she isn't meant to be with him and they both eventually agree to be "open to the possibilities". However, they are unaware that they are talking about each other. At the end of the episode, both him and Lucy brush off the kiss, agreeing that they only kissed to stay undercover. Throughout the season they become closer and eventually trust each other with their secrets and lives. In the Season 1 finale, Wyatt tells Lucy he is not ready to say goodbye to her, and he seems like he developed feelings for her. Wyatt and Lucy almost kiss, but Connor Mason interrupts them. In the season 2 premiere, it is revealed that Lucy was captured by Rittenhouse. Throughout the beginning of the episode Wyatt is worried sick. This is obvious when he is the bathroom, and punches the wall in frustration since it has been 6 weeks since they have last seen Lucy. Right when he is about to lose hope, the Mothership travels to early 1900's France. Rittenhouse went there to recruit Nicholas Keynes, Lucy's great grandfather who fights in World War I in France. Once he and Rufus get there via the Lifeboat, they find Lucy at a camp. Later in the episode, Wyatt learns that Lucy's mother is part of Rittenhouse and that she was the one who kidnapped her. The team brings Lucy back into the present, and Wyatt and Lucy share a moment with each other in her bunker room. Lucy break down saying how she has lost everything and Wyatt promises her that she hasn't lost him. They almost kiss, but Jiya ends up interrupting them.
- Including his native English, Wyatt can speak 4 languages, one of which is German.(“Party at Castle Varlar”)
- He also suffers from mild PTSD, after being the lone survivor of a failed operation. (“The Alamo”)
- Has a strong knowledge of US military history (“The Alamo”) and US involvement in world history. (“The War to End All Wars”)
- Is a fan of NASCAR and classic cars. (“The Darlington 500”)
- Was a bootlegger at age fifteen. ("The Darlington 500")
- His name literally means “warrior”.