I came to Centenary University as a business student. But after having a conversation with my ﬁnancial aid advisor Devon Vialva, I ended up auditioning for a stage reading play on campus. I never acted before then, but once I started, I never stopped.
The experience of being on stage was mind boggling. I went on to perform in such plays as Godspell, with Director/Professor Lea Antolini-Lid, Antigone and Lobby Hero with Director/Professor Stephen Davis.
I then went on to NYC to start taking acting classes for T.V. and ﬁlm. I started working as a background actor for various television shows and feature ﬁlms. A little under three years of hard work and dedication, I became eligible to join Sag-Aftra (Screen Actor’s Guild-American Federation of Television and Radio Artists.) Since joining Sag-Aftra, I have been currently working on a consistent basis.
Jordan recently worked on an Al Pacino ﬁlm “Paterno,” as a Penn State football player, which has just aired on HBO. Now currently working on an untitled Netﬂix show.
Centenary University has not only helped me choose a career that I enjoy doing. But also continued to help guide me even after I graduated. Being able to keep relationships going with the professors, directors, and actors I’ve had the pleasure of working with for those three years performing.