• Jordan Hinson is an American actress born in El Paso, Texas on June 4, 1991.
• She began acting at a young age, writing screenplays at 15, and moving to Los Angeles at 11.
• Jordan has starred in movies such as "Go Figure", "Glass House: The Good Mother", and "A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas".
• She has also guest starred in TV series such as "Eureka: Hide and Seek", "Dirt", and "Life in Pieces".
• Jordan is rumored to be dating actor Adam Huber and has an estimated net worth of over $300,000.
Known for movies
|Date Of Birth||June 4, 1991|
|Fact||Jay Leno Show on the jaywalking segment on October 13. [October 2009]|
- 1 Who is Jordan Hinson? Wiki Bio
- 2 Childhood and education
- 3 Roles in movies
- 4 Roles in TV series
- 5 Love life and relationships. Is she married?
- 6 Hobbies and other interests
- 7 Jordan’s net worth and looks
- 8 General Info
- 9 Family
- 10 Social profile links
- 11 Facts
- 12 Pictures
- 13 Movies
- 14 Awards
Who is Jordan Hinson? Wiki Bio
Jordan Danger was actually born Jordan Danielle Hinson, in El Paso, Texas USA, on 4 June 1991 – her zodiac sign is Gemini and she holds American nationality. She is an actress, probably best known for her portrayal of Zoe Carter in the science fiction adventure comedy series “Eureka”, which aired from 2006 to 2012 and starred Colin Ferguson, Salli Richardson-Whitfield and Erica Cerra. The series follows a US Marshall who is sent to serve as the sheriff of the small city Eureka, where some of the smartest people in the USA are working together on futuristic devices which rarely function in the way they were developed to – it won two awards and was nominated for 14 others, including a Primetime Emmy.
Childhood and education
Jordan was raised in El Paso as an only child by her mother who was a housewife, and her father who was a car mechanic, but who was passionate about theatre acting. Jordan attended a local elementary school, and upon enrolling joined the school’s drama club, appearing in her first play when she was six years old. She was 11 years old when she moved with her family to Los Angeles, California, so that she could pursue an acting career, and she began writing screenplays when she turned 15, having written many to this day. Upon matriculation in 2009, Jordan decided not to enroll at a college, but to rather focus on her acting career.
Roles in movies
Jordan made her debut film appearance in 2004, when she portrayed the lead character Katie A. in the short film “Dumping Ground”, directed and written by Benjamin Mattingly and also starring Chaz James and Alexis Adams. The film follows the lives of children living at the Maclaren Children’s Center located in El Monte, California. In 2005, she portrayed the lead character Katelin Kingsford, a professional figure skater, in the Disney Channel film “Go Figure”, for which role she had to learn to ice skate, and was taught by Sarah Kawahara who is an Olympic choreographer.
In 2006, she was invited to portray Abby Snow in the crime horror movie “Glass House: The Good Mother”, which starred Angie Harmon and Joel Gretsch, and is about two siblings Abby and Ethan who, after being adopted by Eve and Raymond, find out that their new parents might not be as good as they believed at first.
Five years later in 2011, Jordan appeared as Mary in the 3D stoner comedy movie “A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas”, starring Kal Penn and John Cho, and which follows two best friends as they burn the one’s father-in-law’s Christmas tree – the film was nominated for an International Film Music Critics Award (IFMCA) for Best Original Score for a Comedy Film (William Ross). The year 2013 saw her play Avery in the action adventure comedy film “Alligator Alley”, but which received poor reviews, then in the following year she portrayed Becker in the action movie “The Bunker”, which was directed and written by Joe Black.
In 2016, Jordan portrayed the supporting character Kaley in the romantic comedy film “California No”, which wasn’t very successful, then in 2017 she starred as Carrie in the comedy fantasy horror movie “Living Among Us”, which also starred Thomas Ian Nicholas and William Sadler, and which won three awards and was nominated for one other.
Jordan’s latest roles in movies were all in 2018, including in the science fiction “Beyond the Sky” as Emily Reed, the comedy film “Breaking & Exiting” in which she played Daisy, and the science fiction action movie “Higher Power” directed by Matthew Charles Santoro.
Roles in TV series
Jordan made her debut TV series appearance in 2006, when she portrayed Zoe Carter in the episode “Part One” of the series “Eureka: Hide and Seek”. In 2008, she appeared as Christa Darby in the episode “Dirty, Slutty Whores” of the show “Dirt”, as well as Hannah Radley in the episode “To Kill a Predator” of the police procedural series “CSI: Miami”.
In 2009, Jordan began portraying the main character Maddie Pryor in the comedy series “Hank” which starred Kelsey Grammer, Nathan Gamble and David Koechner, and which is about a man and his family who lose all of their material possessions.
The year 2015 saw her portray another lead character, Roxie Daly in the comedy series “Kevin from Work”, which also starred Noah Reid and Paige Spara, and which follows a man who, after being offered another job, admits to his co-worker that he has a crush on her, and who then learns that the job he was offered was no longer available and he now has to continue working alongside his crush.
Jordan’s latest appearance in a TV series was in 2016, when she guest starred in the episode “Tattoo Valentine Guitar Pregnant” of the comedy series “Life in Pieces”, which was popular in the US, being nominated for four awards.
Love life and relationships. Is she married?
There is a rumor circulating the internet that the popular actress is in a relationship with the American actor Adam Huber. The two have been seen attending several red carpet events together, and it’s believed that they have been dating since 2016. Another rumor has it that they married sometime in 2019 in a private ceremony away from the media’s attention, but this hasn’t been confirmed.
Adam was born in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania USA, on 8 May 1987 – his zodiac sign is Taurus and he holds American nationality. He studied at Penn State University where he became interested in acting, and upon graduation in 2009 relocated to New York City to work on his modelling career, and to study acting.
In 2012, he moved to Los Angeles, California, and has since appeared in many movies, including the action adventure comedy “The Do-Over” in 2016, the comedy “The Personal Trainer” in 2017, and the romantic comedy “Book Club” in 2018.
Hobbies and other interests
Jordan is a huge lover of animals, and has a pet dog which can often be seen featured in her pictures on Instagram. She is a big fan of tattoos and has several inked onto her skin – she got her first when she was 17. Summer is Jordan’s favorite season as she enjoys being close to water, whether it’s the ocean, a river, or her pool, and she likes to suntan and go swimming and skinny dipping.
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She is physically active as she has several training sessions at the gym each week, and she is also following a strict diet which means no sugar nor fast food for Jordan. Each year during the MS Awareness Month, she and her mother run and walk 50 miles together, which they began doing after her mother was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
Jordan has her own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Robert De Niro, Julia Roberts and Sandra Bullock while some of her favorite movies are “Taxi Driver”, “Notting Hill”, and “Maid in Manhattan”.
Jordan’s net worth and looks
Jordan has an estimated net worth of over $300,000 as of June 2020. Her hair is blonde and her eyes are blue, while her height is 5ft 4ins (1.63m). Jordan’s age is 29.
|Full Name||Jordan Hinson|
|Date Of Birth||June 4, 1991|
|1||May 1st till May 3rd: Attended FedCon 18 in Bonn, Germany with her co-star Colin Ferguson. [May 2009]|
|2||Jay Leno Show on the jaywalking segment on October 13. [October 2009]|
|A Mother's Rage||2013||TV Movie||Conner Mayer|
|Eureka||2006-2012||TV Series||Zoe Carter|
|Killer on the Loose||2011||Short|
|A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas||2011||Mary|
|Hank||2009-2010||TV Series||Maddie Pryor|
|CSI: Miami||2008||TV Series||Hannah Radley|
|Dirt||2008||TV Series||Christa Darby|
|Glass House: The Good Mother||2006||Video||Abby Snow|
|Eureka: Hide and Seek||2006||TV Series||Zoe Carter|
|Go Figure||2005||TV Movie||Katelin Kingsford|
|Dumping Ground||2004||Short||Katie A.|
|Living Among Us||2017||post-production||Carrie|
|Breaking & Exiting||2017||post-production||Daisy|
|Higher Power||2017||post-production||Zoe Steadman|
|The California No||2016||post-production||Kaley|
|Life in Pieces||2016||TV Series||Host|
|Kevin from Work||2015||TV Series||Roxie|
|Trevor Moore: High in Church||2015||TV Movie||Wife|
|Trigger Point||2015||TV Movie||Callie Banner|
|Ragin' Cajun Redneck Gators||2013||Avery|
|Breaking & Exiting||2017||post-production|
|My Old Life||pre-production|
|Breaking & Exiting||2017||producer post-production|
|The California No||2016||executive producer post-production|
|Home & Family||2015||TV Series||Herself|
|FedCon XVIII: The Golden Future||2009||Documentary||Herself|
|2014||The Golden Coyote Paws||Idyllwild International Festival of Cinema||Best Actress||Bunker (2014)|
Source: IMDb, Wikipedia