Due to my Off Broadway premiere in Incident at Hidden Temple (Pan Asian Rep), I am now officially an Equity Actor. Thrilled to be joining this great and historic union.
A Boston native, Nick moved to NYC to pursue a career in acting after attaining his BA in Theater. Once in New York, he completed The New York Conservatory for Dramatic Arts' Film and Television actor training program. Since then he has been working steadily in film, television, and theater.
What People Are Saying
"Nick Jordan and Broadway vet John Fennessy are the perfect matches for the roles. Mr. Jordan gives Joey inner vulnerability and secret longing for connection...This young actor uses his craft to portray...complex range of emotions and layers...These generous actors work well together in every way." - IN THE SHADOW OF A DREAM
"Beyond the adaptation, there was plenty to like, as well. Actors were strong...Nick Jordan (Cash) perfectly captured an affable douche with the hair of a young Guy Fieri." - JULIO!
Case AIken, NYTheater.com reviewer
The cast of characters and high temperature performances in Theater for the New City's production of A HARD RAIN, make for memorable company." - A HARD RAIN
"...and one of "Incident's" most compelling actors, Nick Jordan, who portrayed the duplicitous General's aide, McAllister, with deft Machiavellian ease, and who we shall surely see more of..."
Daniel Neiden, Edge Media reviewer
"Stillwell's aide...a domineering Nick Jordan." - INCIDENT AT HIDDEN TEMPLE
Working with Nick was a unique experience for me. When I finally found Nick and cast him, we did not have the luxury of an extended rehearsal period. However, Nick jumped right into the material and was more than ready and willing to put in the work to make up for the short time-span. Nick asked sharp, thought-provoking questions which allowed me to discover my story in new ways. Nick delivered what I wanted, as well as showing range and flexibility in taking direction and making adjustments throughout a tiring and intense shoot. Nick's upbeat attitude to the project and the crew made everyone's lives easier, and I would be more than happy to work with Nick again in the future. - "SIREN CALL"
Evan Metzold, Director, NYU Grad Filmmaker