Jeremy Jordan was born and raised in Corpus Christi, Texas. He was always a singer, but at the age of 17, he accidentally fell in love with acting when cast as The Mute in the musical, THE FANTASTICKS. After high school, Jeremy went on to study drama at Ithaca College and moved to New York City.
He earned himself a 2012 Best Leading Actor in a Musical Tony nomination for his portrayal of Jack Kelly in Disney’s NEWSIES and a Theatre World Award for his portrayal of Clyde Barrow in BONNIE & CLYDE. He also received nominations from The Grammy Awards, Drama Desk Awards, Drama League Awards, Outer Critics Circle Awards, and The Astaire Awards. Other Broadway/Theatre credits include: WAITRESS, ROCK OF AGES, WEST SIDE STORY, AMERICAN SON, FINDING NEVERLAND (American Repertory Theatre), and LITTLE SHOP OF HORRORS (Westside Theatre).
On Television he’s portrayed Jimmy Collins in NBC’s SMASH and Winn Schott on the CW series, SUPERGIRL. He has starred in the film adaptation of THE LAST FIVE YEARS opposite Anna Kendrick. Other film and television credits include: JOYFUL NOISE, LAW & ORDER: SVU, and ELEMENTARY.
Jeremy has been performing his solo cabarets to sold out audiences around the US and London since 2014 and made his solo Carnegie Hall Debut in October 2019.
You can also catch Jeremy performing with his band, Age of Madness.