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Jordan Allison Elliott

Birthday: January 14, 1985 (39 years)

HomeTown: Dallas, Texas, United States

Jordan Elliott is an American actress, producer, and filmmaker. Born on January 14, 1985, Jordan Elliott hails from Dallas, United States. As in 2024, Jordan Elliott's age is 39 years. Discover below for comprehensive details about Jordan Elliott, including the biography, wiki profile, age, date of birth, family background, relationship status, interesting facts, photographs, lesser-known facts, and more.

Jordan Elliott Profile:

Stage Name Jordan Elliott
Real Name Jordan Elliott
Profession(s) Actress,
Birthday January 14, 1985
Zodiac Sign Capricorn
Age 39 years
Gender Female
Birthplace Dallas, United States
Hometown Dallas, Texas, United States
Nationality American

Family and Personal Life

Jordan Elliott‘ father’s name is Not Available and Jordan Elliott‘ mother’s name is Not Available.

Trivia and Facts

  • Jordan Elliott was born in Dallas, United States.
  • Jordan Elliott’s birth sign is Capricorn.
  • She was born in Dallas, Texas, and at the age of eight, she was in “Bottle Rockets,” the first movie by Luke and Owen Wilson. This experience made her want to be an actress, and she went on to do very well in the business.
  • Jordan has had a successful career and has been in a lot of well-known shows. She was in “Thirteen,” which won the Academy Award for Best Picture, and “Three Days of Rain,” which starred Blythe Danner. Jordan’s acting skills have landed her supporting roles in a number of other movies, such as “Initiation,” which has been shown at festivals all over the country.
  • Jordan has also done voice-over work in addition to acting on-screen. She has done commercials for Cadillac and other well-known companies on the radio. Jordan was a regular performer in plays at SMU Greer Garson Theatre, Dallas Children’s Theatre Center, and Casa Manana in Fort Worth, Texas, when she was in her early teens.
  • Jordan went to the Happy Valley School for the Performing Arts in Ojai, California, to learn more about the performing arts. There, she got the main parts in plays like “Much Ado About Nothing,” “Duck Variations,” and “The Sure Thing.” Jordan worked with a number of professionals in the acting industry to improve her skills. These included “The Groundlings” for improv, “Judy Carter” for stand-up comedy, “Brian Riese” for cold reading on camera, and “Kathryn Daley” and “Penny Allen” for scene study and method acting. “Natsuko Omaha” also taught her how to use her voice.

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