Jordan Christopher Medley is an actor, singer, dancer and choreographer born in Buffalo, New York. It was at the Northwest School of the Arts of Charlotte, N.C., where Jordan first fell in love with the arts. There, he trained heavily in musical theater, contemporary, ballet and jazz dance. Jordan performed both ensemble and lead roles in many of the musical productions, including “Chicago,” “West Side Story,” “The Wedding Singer” and “The Music Man.” Jordan also had the pleasure of performing in “The Color Purple” at Thalian Hall in Wilmington, N.C., which featured cast members from the original Broadway production.
Jordan received his high school diploma from Northwest School of the Arts in 2012. He supplemented his training by studying at the Charlotte School of Ballet, Open Door Studios, JBP Entertainment and the Charlotte New Music Festival.
Jordan is currently studying Contemporary Dance at University of North Carolina School of the Arts. He has performed in many productions, including Doug Varone’s “Democracy,” “Measuring Blue” by Ton Simons, “Change of Address” by Merce Cunningham and in works choreographed by Sean Sullivan, Trish Casey, Ming-Lung Yang, Brenda Daniels and Kira Blazek, as well as in student work showcased in UNCSA’s Emerging Choreographers performance.