A Green Room Award nominee, Jordan is involved in numerous facets of the entertainment world.
His most recent credits include Violet, in the role of The Preacher, and in the Australian and Japanese tour of Singin’ in the Rain (understudying the roles of Don, Cosmo, Roscoe and Dialect Coach).
Jordan made his musical theatre debut with Guys and Dolls in 2008, and he went on to tour in 2010/11 with West Side Story, playing Big Deal (understudying the roles of Action and Riff). He was part of the Australian Tour of A Chorus Line, performing as Don (understudying Zach) and was with the Australian Company of The Addams Family.
Shows with The Production Company include Chess, Pirates of Penzance and Singin’ in the Rain.
Jordan was a featured cast member of Wayne Scott Kermond’s Candy Man show; he toured with Melinda Schneider in Doris – So Much More Than The Girl Next Door; and was in Opera Australia’s Anything Goes (understudying Moonface Martin).
He also performed as Princeton/Rod in Avenue Q, for the Melbourne International Comedy Festival. For this project he received a Green Room nomination for Male in a Leading Role.
Jordan is one of the Creative Directors of The Tap Pack, which is a two-time Australian Dance Award winner. The group has toured throughout Australia and overseas.
Jordan is a 2007 Performing Arts graduate of ED5 International.