Jeremy-Jordan Biography, Early Life, Career, Net Worth

The Broadway productions of musicals like Newsies and Bonnie & Clyde as well as the TV series Supergirl are where American actor, singer, and dancer Jeremy Michael Jordan is best known.
Jordan, a decent student who came from a broken home and was reared in low-income housing by his mother, started singing in his teens, continued to participate in his high school choir, and started acting like a high schooler.
He graduated from Ithaca College with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in musical theatre. He made multiple Broadway appearances, including in Newsies, Bonnie & Clyde, and Rock of Ages.
He received a Tony Award nomination for his performance as Jack Kelly in Newsies, and he was also a principal soloist on the Newsies original cast album, which garnered him a Grammy Award nod for Best Musical Theatre Album.
For his outstanding portrayal of Clyde Barrow in “Bonnie & Clyde,” he received the Theatre World Award for Outstanding Debut.
As Randy Garrity in the musical comedy-drama film “Joyful Noise,” Jimmy Collins in the musical drama television series “Smash,” and Winslow “Winn” Schott, Jr. in the superhero-action-adventure television series “Supergirl,” he has also flourished on screen.

Early Life

He was raised in Corpus Christi, Texas, where he was born on November 20, 1984. On his father’s side, he is of English, German, Welsh, and Scottish ancestry.
Jordan witnessed his parents’ breakup when he was a little child, and after they were divorced, his Jewish mother Debbie (née Stone) raised him and his siblings in a low-income home.
Jordan was a diligent learner who did well in school. In addition, he had a strong interest in singing early on and joined the chorus at Mary Carroll High School, where he later graduated.
After being chosen to play The Mute in the musical “The Fantasticks” at age 17, he developed a passion for performing. Such a love prompted him to pursue acting at Ithaca College in Ithaca, New York, where he graduated in 2007 with a Bachelor of Fine Arts in musical theatre.


He portrayed Joel in the 2007 short film “Common Change.” In the 2008 Hartford Theatreworks stage production of the comedy play “The Little Dog Laughed,” he played the role of Alex. He was nominated by the Connecticut Critics Circle as a result.
Additionally, from September 26 to November 29, 2008, he performed as Tom Sawyer in the production of the musical “Big River” by Goodspeed Musicals at the Goodspeed Opera House in Connecticut.
In addition to his stage performances, Jordon had an appearance in 2008 on television, playing the guest character of Doug Walshen in the episode “Streetwise” of the American courtroom drama series “Law & Order: SVU.”
Then, from March 17 to December 13, 2009, he performed as Swing in the Broadway version of the rock/jukebox musical “Rock of Ages” at the Brooks Atkinson Theatre. He appeared in the Broadway revival of the musical “West Side Story” from 2009 as Tony’s backup.
During its Palace Theatre run from December 16, 2009, to October 10, 2010, Jordan was involved with the performance. Throughout the musical’s June 2016 performances at the Hollywood Bowl, he played the part once more.
In Andy Fickman’s rock opera “Heathers: The Musical,” he played Jason Dean (J.D.). On September 13 and 14, 2010, it was performed as a concert at Joe’s Pub.
Clyde Barrow, one of the two tragic lovers and criminals from the Frank Wildhorn and Don Black musical “Bonnie & Clyde,” gave Jordon one of his most memorable theatrical personas to date.
In the play’s 2010 pre-Broadway production at the Asolo Repertory Theatre in Sarasota, Florida, Jordon made his theatrical debut in the play’s 2010 pre-Broadway production , where she co-starred with Osnes.
The play had its first day of previews on November 12, 2010, and on November 19 of the same year it officially debuted. Up until December 19 of that year, it performed in 36 regular performances and 8 previews.
In New York City’s Broadway premiere of “Bonnie & Clyde,” he later played Clyde Barrow again. Prior to its formal premiere on December 1, 2011, the play had 33 preview performances at the Gerald Schoenfeld Theatre beginning on November 4, 2011. Just 36 performances were held before it was terminated on December 30, 2011.
He was recognized for his outstanding performance as Clyde Barrow in 2012 by receiving the Theatre World Award for “Outstanding Debut” and a Drama League Award nomination for “Distinguished Performance.”
In the meantime, at the Paper Mill Playhouse in Millburn, New Jersey, from September 25, 2011, to October 16, 2011, Jordon performed as Jack Kelly, the main character, in the stage adaptation of the 1992 American musical comedy-drama film “Newsies.”
Jordon reprised his portrayal as Jack in the Broadway production of the musical at the Nederlander Theatre from March 15, 2012, through September 4, 2012.
He received numerous nominations for his outstanding work as Jack, including the 2012 Tony Award for Best Performance by a Leading Actor in a Musical. In 2013, he was nominated for a Grammy Award for Best Musical Theatre CD for his work as the lead soloist on the “Newsies” original cast album.
Jordon forayed into feature films while increasing his notoriety on stage with important roles, playing the lead character of Randy Garrity in the American musical comedy-drama “Joyful Noise,” which was released on January 13, 2012. The movie, which also starred Keke Palmer, Courtney B. Vance, Queen Latifah, and Dolly Parton, was a financial success.
He appeared as Jimmy Collins, a working-class man from Brooklyn, in the second season of the American musical drama television series “Smash,” which was broadcast on NBC, in 2013. He also appeared in the December 2013 concert performance of the made-up musical called “Hit List,” which was created for Season 2 of “Smash.”
In the meanwhile, he participated in the concert “A Bed and Breakfast” with Norm Lewis and Bernadette Peters from November 13 to November 17, 2013.
He played J.M. Barrie in the A.R.T Theatre production of the musical “Finding Neverland” from July 23, 2014, to September 28, 2014.
The American musical romantic comedy-drama “The Last 5 Years,” which had its world premiere on September 7, 2014, at the Toronto International Film Festival’s Special Presentations section, starred him as Jamie Wellerstein opposite Anna Kendrick.
On February 13, 2015, a movie based on Jason Robert Brown’s musical of the same name was released in theaters, although it did not do well financially.
Jordon played Leo Frank in a concert production of the musical “Parade,” which was directed by Gary Griffin and conducted by the composer Jason Robert Brown. Laura Benanti played Lucille Frank. On February 16, 2015, Manhattan Concert Productions presented it in Avery Fisher Hall in Lincoln Center.
He was cast as Winslow “Winn” Schott, Jr. in the main cast of the American superhero action-adventure television series “Supergirl” in 2015. The show debuted on CBS on October 26, 2015, and from its second season, it has been broadcast on “The CW.”
The CW announced on April 2, 2018, that the third season of the show, which is currently airing, has already been renewed for a fourth season.

Personal Life

He got married to Ashley Spencer, a Broadway actress, singer, and dancer, on September 8, 2012.

Net Worth

American actor and musician Jeremy Jordan has a $3 million dollar net Worth.