Having starred in his first play at five years old, Jordan moved from Boston to New York City to continue his success in the entertainment industry. After completing the New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts’ rigorous two-year training program in a single year, he transitioned to on-camera work, collaborating with directors and writers from some of the best MFA film schools in the country. Jordan also made a splash in NYC’s theater scene, receiving a Best Actor Award nomination for his work at the Midtown International Theater, and making his Off Broadway debut with the prestigious Pan Asian Repertory Theater. When not working, Jordan enjoys playing tag with his Catahoula Jackson and playing tabletop role playing games.
Jordan stars as the titular Count in Kate Hamill’s acclaimed "feminist revenge fantasy" revamp of the classic play for the Actors Theater of Louisville’s 2023 Fall Season. The production is being brought back by popular demand, after premiering last season.
Jordan joins the cast of Larissa FastHorse's The Thanksgiving Play at Boise Contemporary Theater!
Good intentions collide with absurd assumptions in Larissa FastHorse’s wickedly funny satire, as a troupe of terminally “woke” teaching artists scrambles to create a pageant that somehow manages to celebrate both Turkey Day and Native American Heritage Month.
Back by popular demand, Jordan returns as the titular Count in Kate Hamill's Dracula this Fall with the Actors Theater of Louisville! In this thrilling adaptation that bounces between humor and horror, Bram Stoker’s vampire classic is reimagined as a full-throated battle cry against toxic masculinity. No damsels in distress, no romanticized villains—just a gleeful stake through the heart of the patriarchy."
*Show now extended by popular demand!
Catch Jordan opposite Victoria Cartagena in feature film "Come Find Me", an inspiring story about a mother and daughter facing major life changes, and how their love challenges and sustains them. Directed by Daniel Poliner ("Jack, Jules, Esther & Me") and distributed by Deskpop Entertainment. Winner of the 2022 Peekskill Film Festival Awards and the 2022 XicanIndie Film Festival Awards. Now streaming on all major VOD platforms.IMDBTrailer
Jordan joins the Off-Broadway World Premiere of Powerhouse, running October 8th - 30th at the A.R.T. New York Theaters. Set in a big-name law firm, Powerhouse follows a lawyer in her 40s as she faces the company pushing her out following an inappropriate relationship with a younger associate. The play begs the question: "What happens when a woman truly stands in her own power?"Get TicketsPlaybill
Jordan just completed the Off Broadway run of Citizen Wong, a gilded age epic inspired by U.S. social rights activist Wong Chin Foo. Premiering this April with the Pan Asian Repertory Theater.
Catch Nick opposite stars Kevin Bacon & Aldis Hodge in the Season Two Premiere of Showtime’s City on a Hill, directed by Kevin Bacon.LEarn More
Nick returns to the stage as the passionate and ruthless Jewish insurgent leader Avram Stein in Marlin Thomas' The Middleman*
*Nominated for Best Play at the 2020 NY Winterfest.
Check out Nick's interview about the The Middleman with the New York Times' featured "Call Me Adam"Learn More
Nick plays Series Regular Officer Cramer, a naive cop that gets in over his head when defending his corrupt partner, in this award winning* cop drama series. Opposite Craig DiFrancia (Green Book) and Vanessa Rubio (Cobra Kai).
*Outstanding Lead Actor & Best Editing at 2019 Catalyst Indie TV Fest
*Best Narrative Short at LA’s Studio City Festival
*Official Selection at Catalyst Indie TV Fest, LA’s Studio City Festival, & NYC’s Big Apple Film Festival.
Nick Guest Stars on this award winning* romantic comedy web series about the horrors of modern dating in NYC.
*Winner of the 2018 New York Women in Television Outstanding Creator Award, the series has been features in numerous festivals (NYTVF, Pilot Light, Brazil Web Fest, Copenhagen Web Fest) and has over 6 million views on Youtube.
Nick makes his Off Broadway debut as McAllister, the "Machiavellian" war strategist, in the World Premiere of Damon Chua's Incident at Hidden Temple, produced by the prestigious Pan Asian Repertory Theater, and directed by Kaipo Schwab.learn MOre