Jordan William Fisher (born April 24, 1994) is an actor, singer, dancer, gamer, and musician from the United States. He began his career on several television shows, including The Secret Life of the American Teenager in 2012 and Liv and Maddie from 2015 to 2017. He also appeared in the television films Teen Beach Movie (2013), Teen Beach 2 (2015), and Grease Live (2016), as well as Rent: Live (2016).
Fisher appeared on Broadway as John Laurens/Philip Hamilton in Hamilton from 2016 to 2017, and then as Evan Hansen in Dear Evan Hansen in 2020. He will also appear in the Netflix films To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and Work It in 2020. Fisher is also known for his portrayal of Sea Hawk in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.
|Name (User Name)||Jordan William Fisher @jordan_fisher|
|DOB (Age)||April 24, 1994 (age 28)|
|Followers/Likes||Youtube: 399k subscribers Instagram: 4.46 million followers Twitch: 464k followers Twitter: 509k followers TikTok: 5.1 million fans|
|Net Worth||$4 million|
Fisher released three pop-soul singles on Radio Disney in 2014: "By Your Side," "Never Dance Alone," and "What I Got." He signed a record deal with Hollywood Records in 2015. On February 1, 2016, he released his first track for the label, "Counterfeit." This single's release was postponed while he finished his delivery person contract with the United States Postal Service.
Fisher's debut single, "All About Us," was released on April 15, 2016, and was produced by Warren "Oak" Felder of Pop & Oak. The music video for the song, directed by TK McKamy, debuted on Vibe.com on May 11, 2016.
Fisher joined the Disney Channel Circle of Stars in 2015 for a remake of the Frozen song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" He sang a duet and ballad version of the song "True Love" for his role on Liv and Maddie, which appeared on the show's soundtrack in 2015. He contributed two songs to the Teen Beach 2 soundtrack, "Fallin' For Ya" and "Wanna Be With You," as well as vocals on three others. He also appears on Olivia Holt's self-titled debut EP "Thin Air."
He sang the national anthem before the NASCAR Good Sam 500 stock car race at Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona on March 13, 2016.
Fisher made her television debut in 2009 as a guest star on Crackle's The Hustler and Nickelodeon's iCarly. On seasons 4 and 5 of ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager, he played Grace Bowman's half-brother Jacob. Beginning in 2015, he played the recurring character Holden Dippledorf on the Disney Channel's Liv and Maddie, and he has also appeared in The Thundermans and Teen Wolf.
In the cable TV movies Teen Beach Movie (2013) and Teen Beach 2, he played the surfer gang leader Seacat. Fisher starred as Doody in Grease: Live, a live performance of Grease televised on Fox, opposite Carly Rae Jepsen as his girlfriend Frenchy.
In July 2016, he was named Elvis Duran's Artist of the Month and performed live on NBC's Today show, hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb, of his single "All About Us." For the 2017 ABC miniseries “When We Rise”, he covered the 1971 Ten Years After song "I'd Love to Change the World." Fisher has performed at a number of WE Day benefit concerts across the United States.
On November 22, 2016, Fisher made his Broadway debut in Hamilton, taking over the role of John Laurens/Philip Hamilton from Anthony Ramos. His final performance took place on March 5, 2017. On January 28, 2020, he will return to Broadway as the title character in the Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen.
According to various sources, Fisher has a net worth of $4 million as of December 2022. According to SocialBlade, he earns an estimated amount of $55 - $883 per month and $662 - $10.6K per year from his channel. He earns $8,891 - $14,818 from each post on his Instagram account. His TikTok account helps him earn upwards of $3,060 - $5,100 on each post.
Fisher was born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1994 and raised in Trussville, Alabama. Jordan's biological mother was 16 when he was born, and he was legally adopted at the age of 11 in 2005 and raised by his maternal grandparents, Rodney and Pat Fisher.
Jordan's two siblings, Cory and Trinity, were also adopted by the Fishers because their mother struggled with substance abuse and had no relationship with the children. Fisher revealed during an interview with Hollywood Today Live that he is of Nigerian, Cambodian, English, Polynesian (Tahitian), Italian, Greek, and Scandinavian descent.
Fisher began gymnastics at the age of two and mail delivery at the age of eleven. In the fifth grade, he became interested in musical theatre after being cast in a school production of School House Rock, Jr. Fisher was homeschooled as a child and graduated from Harvest Christian Academy with a high school diploma. For many years, he was a member of the Red Mountain Theatre Company's youth performing ensemble in Birmingham.
A talent scout noticed him and offered to represent him. In 2011, he enrolled at Jacksonville State University. Later that year, he relocated to Los Angeles with his grandparents and siblings.
Ellie Woods, Fisher's childhood sweetheart, is his wife. The couple announced on Instagram in December 2021 that they are expecting their first child, a son. The couple will have a son on June 7, 2022.
Jordan is a celebrated social media personality and his following reflects that as on YouTube, he has a following of 399k subscribers with more than 37 million views. His channel is currently inactive but he used to generate tens of thousands of views on his videos. He mostly uploaded gameplay videos and music videos.
On Twitch, he is followed by over 464k users and currently has over 7.1 million views. He streams frequently and plays games such as Valorant and Apex Legends. He has over 4.4 million followers on his Instagram account with 90,909 average likes and 127 average comments which creates an engagement rate of 2.04%.
He posts travel pictures, pictures with his friends and family and more. His Twitter account is followed by over 509k users and gets several likes and retweets.
Fisher, in this TikTok, makes a video about how he would react to someone who thinks that mayonnaise is the best condiment.
Fisher makes a transition video in which he changes to a casual outfit and drinks pumpkin spice latte.
Fisher dances to “Let Me Move You” by Sabrina Carpenter.
Fisher makes a #duet with @mikthewonton, where he tries out a challenge.
A. Yes, at the age of 11, he was legally adopted and raised by his maternal grandparents, Rodney and Pat Fisher. Jordan's two siblings, Cory and Trinity, were also adopted by the Fishers.
A. Yes, Ellie Woods, Fisher's childhood sweetheart, is his wife. They announced their engagement on May 29, 2019 and planned to marry on July 25, 2020, but the ceremony was postponed due to COVID-19. They will marry in a private ceremony at Walt Disney World on November 21, 2020.
A. Yes, Fisher and his partner Lindsay Arnold triumphed in the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars. In 2018, he hosted Dancing with the Stars: Juniors and commented on the 2019 Fortnite World Cup.