Jordan Andrews

Jordan Andrews has been around. He was born and raised in London, and he acted, sang and danced there from the age of three. Then when he was a teenager he went to the Philippines, where his parents are from to see what kind of entertainment opportunities were there for him. This was after he graduated from the prestigious Barbara Speake Stage School, of course. And it was after he had performed in numerous children’s TV shows and other television productions such as The Bill, Little Britain and Living It and was in the BBC’s Two Thousand Acres of Sky, which also starred Michael Collins and Paul Kaye.

Jordan also performed for the Royal Family at The Royal Variety Performance, was featured on the Brit awards with the legend that is Michael Jackson and played in countless stage plays at the West End Productions and the London Palladium. So, as you can see, Jordan did quite a lot in London before he set one foot on the Philippine Islands. He was already a famous child star and had a large fan base.

When he went to the Philippines Jordan was on TV shows, Variety shows, celebrity games shows and he played lead parts in stage productions of Hairspray and West Side Story. All this, plus he had a singing career. He came back to the UK as an adult and he had many more theatrical and singing and dancing skills than when he left. He moved back to London to sharpen those skills with the intention of ultimately heading to Los Angeles, yes, that Los Angeles, and making a full time career in the entertainment industry.

And that’s just what he did. He’s been in L.A. for almost four years now and he is constantly busy and constantly working – in the entertainment business. He performs regularly at some of L.A.’s hottest nightspots like Belasco, Exchange LA, Club Lure and Avalon. He headlined the L.A. Music Festival and hosted the Philippine Independence Day Festival in Los Angeles County. He recorded several new and original songs, one of which, Unforgiven, you can enjoy on Youtube. Jordan had a featured role in the TV pilot The 101, and is a host on Fearless TV.  Yes, as you can see once again – Jordan has been all right – to all the right places. And it looks like he is doing something right because he is booked up for most of 2017.