Oscar Jordan hails from Chicago and is a graduate of The Goodman School of Drama. As a member of the theater community he performed in productions of Jelly Belly at Victory Gardens, Serious Money at The Court Theater, To Be Young Gifted And Black at Pegasus Players, and The Diviners at Stage Left, to name a few. In addition, he worked in film, television, as well as commercials, and later moved to Los Angeles where he was cast in West Coast Ensemble’s production of Brother Champ. He most recently starred in the first production of the new play Emma at the El Segundo Playhouse as Rory Poole.
Roles in films include Don’t Tell Mom The Babysitters Dead, I Love Trouble, Life, Younger And Younger, and A Few Good Men. He could be seen on the small screen in Melrose Place, Thirty Something, China Beach, Bodies of Evidence, Seinfeld, and a recurring role on ER, as well as commercials.
Jordan is also a music journalist, songwriter, singer, guitarist, and bandleader with two critically acclaimed music releases, Mister Bad Luck and Eclectic Soul. He continues to act, study martial arts, and perform with The Oscar Jordan Band.
American Film Institute