What's up, friends! I'm Jordan, I'm a city boy transplanted straight from the corn husks of Huntley, Illinois. Literally, my high school was built in a corn field. I'm based in Chicago now, having recently graduated from Northwestern University with a Bachelor's of Science in Theater with a focus in Acting for the Screen, and a minor in Computer Science.
Ever since I was a little kid, I was performing for all the adults and singing along to Grease with my Grandma. It was only a matter of time before my parents got me involved in theater. Once I started, I never looked back. Being an actor has been the greatest gift of my life, and provided me countless opportunities to grow in my empathy and my artistry. My passion is in moving audiences with thought provoking, socially conscious work that is grounded in reality.
Since graduating, I had the amazing opportunity to work with Chicago legends, the Q Brothers, on their 2-person show, Dress The Part with Shakespeare Festival St. Louis. I also recently understudied the track of Josh/Valenti with Lifeline Theatre in their production of Lyle, Lyle Crocodile.
When I'm not acting, I love to catch up with all the best manga and anime, practice my guitar, cook meals for myself and my roommates, and hunt for the best churros in Chicago.