Jordan Matthew Brown
Jordan Matthew Brown hails from the suburbs of Cleveland, OH where compulsively watching The Wizard of Oz and listening to Sondheim, fueled his love of theater. He is a recent 2016 graduate of Boston University's School of Theatre, and received his BFA in Acting as well as a concentration in Musical Theater. Upon graduation he also received the Bette Davis Prize for Acting.
Some favorite past credits include Parade (Leo Frank), columbinus (AP), Rosmersholm (Dr. Kroll), The Duchess of Malfi (The Cardinal), and The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee (William Barfée). Apart from the incredible training at BU, he spent his spring semester of 2015 studying Musical Theater with the National Music Theater Institute at the Eugene O’Neill Theater Center.
After graduation he joined the incredible National Tour of The Book of Mormon as a standby for Elder Cunningham! He is now THRILLED to join the remarkable Broadway company, now standing by on Broadway in New York City!
Jordan’s greatest loves are theater and food, and he hopes to continue to enjoy both indefinitely.