Jordan William Fisher (born April 24, 1994) is an American actor, singer, and dancer. He began his career with recurring roles on several television series, including The Secret Life of the American Teenager in 2012 and Liv and Maddie from 2015 to 2017. He also had supporting roles in the television films Teen Beach Movie (2013), Teen Beach 2 (2015) and Grease Live (2016), The Flash (2021-2022) and starred in Rent: Live (2019).

Jordan Fisher
Fisher in 2016
Born (1994-04-24) April 24, 1994 (age 29)
  • Actor
  • singer
  • dancer
Years active2009–present
Ellie Woods
(m. 2020)
Musical career
  • Vocals
  • guitar
  • piano
Years active2014–present

Fisher and his dancing partner Lindsay Arnold won the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars (2017). He subsequently hosted Dancing with the Stars: Juniors in 2018, and commentated the 2019 Fortnite World-Cup. As a singer, his self-titled EP was released by Hollywood Records in 2016.

On Broadway, Fisher portrayed John Laurens and Philip Hamilton in Hamilton from 2016 to 2017. From 2020 to 2022, he took on the leading role of Evan Hansen in Dear Evan Hansen. In 2023, he played the role of Anthony Hope in a Broadway revival of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street and later that year took over the starring role of Orpheus in Hadestown.

He has also starred in the 2020 Netflix films To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You and Work It and voiced Sea Hawk in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.

Early life and education edit

Fisher was born in Birmingham, Alabama, in 1994 and grew up in nearby Trussville.[1] Jordan's biological mother was 16 at the time of his birth, and he was legally adopted in 2005 at age 11 and raised by his maternal grandparents, Rodney and Pat Fisher. The Fishers also adopted Jordan's two siblings, Cory and Trinity, as their mother struggled with substance abuse—she did not have a relationship with the children.[2] During an interview with Hollywood Today Live, Fisher revealed his multi-ethnic background of Nigerian, Cambodian, English, Polynesian (Tahitian),[3] Italian, Greek, and Scandinavian origin.[4][5][6]

Fisher became involved in gymnastics at age 2 and mail delivery age 11.[2] He became interested in musical theater in the fifth grade, after being cast in a school production of School House Rock, Jr.[7][8] Fisher was home-schooled as a child and earned a high school diploma from Harvest Christian Academy.[2] He joined the Red Mountain Theatre Company in Birmingham and was part of their youth performing ensemble for many years. There, he was spotted by a talent scout who offered to represent him.[7][9] He enrolled in courses at Jacksonville State University in 2011.[2] Later that year, he moved to Los Angeles, California, with his grandparents and siblings.[10][11]

Career edit

In 2014, Fisher released three pop-soul songs on Radio Disney: "By Your Side", "Never Dance Alone" and "What I Got".[11][12] In 2015, he signed a record deal with Hollywood Records.[9] On February 1, 2016, he released "Counterfeit", his first track for the label.[13]

Fisher's first single, "All About Us", was released on April 15, 2016, and produced by Warren "Oak" Felder of the production duo Pop & Oak.[14][15] The song's music video, directed by TK McKamy, premiered on on May 11, 2016.[15][16] For the week of June 13, 2016, "All About Us" ranked as the second-most added song on pop radio stations.[17] It is the first track on Fisher's self-titled EP, which was released on August 19, 2016.[18] He has referred to the EP's sound as pop-soul-R&B, influenced by '80s soul music.[19] Fisher plays six instruments: piano, guitar, bass, harmonica, French horn and drums.[20]

In 2015, Fisher joined Disney Channel Circle of Stars for a remake of the song "Do You Want to Build a Snowman?" from the film Frozen.[9] For his role on Liv and Maddie, he sang both a duet and ballad version of the song "True Love", which appeared on the show's soundtrack in 2015.[21] He contributed two tracks, "Fallin' For Ya" and "Wanna Be With You", along with vocals on three others, to the Teen Beach 2 soundtrack, released in 2015.[12] He is also featured on Olivia Holt's self-titled debut EP on "Thin Air". On March 13, 2016, he sang the national anthem before the NASCAR Good Sam 500 stock car race at the Phoenix International Raceway in Avondale, Arizona.[19] At the 2016 Apple Music Festival in London, Fisher opened for Alicia Keys.[22][23] Fisher is featured alongside Lin-Manuel Miranda on "You're Welcome", an end-credits song for the 2016 animated Disney film Moana.[24] In July 2016, he was picked as Elvis Duran's Artist of the Month and was featured on NBC's Today show hosted by Kathie Lee Gifford and Hoda Kotb and broadcast nationally where he performed live his single "All About Us". He covered the 1971 Ten Years After song "I'd Love to Change the World" for the 2017 ABC miniseries When We Rise.[25] Fisher has performed at numerous WE Day concerts across the United States, to benefit WE Charity.[26][27]

Fisher's single "Mess" was released on October 6, 2017.[28] In 2019, he released his single "Be Okay". In 2020, he released two singles, "Contact" and "Walking on the Ceiling". In December 2023, Fisher was a guest narrator at Disney's Candlelight Processional at Walt Disney World.[29]

Television edit

Fisher's first television roles were in 2009 as a guest star on The Hustler on Crackle and iCarly on Nickelodeon. His first major part was as Grace Bowman's half-brother Jacob on seasons 4 and 5 of ABC Family's The Secret Life of the American Teenager.[30] He portrayed the recurring character Holden Dippledorf on Liv and Maddie on the Disney Channel starting in 2015, and has also appeared in The Thundermans and Teen Wolf.[7] He played the surfer gang leader Seacat in the cable TV movies Teen Beach Movie (2013) and Teen Beach 2 (2015).[9][31] On Grease: Live, a live performance of Grease televised on Fox, Fisher starred as Doody, opposite Carly Rae Jepsen as his girlfriend Frenchy.[8][32] He sings a rendition of "Those Magic Changes" that was widely praised as a highlight of the show.[14][33][34][35] Soon after Grease: Live, Fisher appeared as Ian Johnson in season 11 episode 16 of the popular crime TV series Bones. In September 2017, Fisher competed as a celebrity on the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars, pairing up with his professional partner Lindsay Arnold.[36] On November 21, the pair were declared the winners of the season, making him the youngest male winner on the show.[37][38]

From 2018 to 2020, Fisher voiced the character of Sea Hawk in She-Ra and the Princesses of Power.

In 2019, Fisher appeared in another musical production on Fox, this time Rent: Live, as Mark Cohen.[39]

In 2020, he appeared on the Disney Family Singalong.[40]

On March 30, 2021, it was confirmed that Fisher would be portraying Bart Allen / Impulse on the CW superhero series, The Flash.[41] He has also guest starred in High School Musical: The Musical: The Series, playing the role of Gina's older brother, Jamie.[42][43]

From 2021 to 2022, Fisher voiced MC Grillz, a famous rapper who is the host of a popular rapping competition, in the animated series Karma's World.[44]

In 2022, Fisher voiced the lead character Wilbur in the HBO Max animated musical Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Underground Rock Experience.[45]

Theatre edit

Fisher made his Broadway debut in Hamilton on November 22, 2016, assuming the roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton from Anthony Ramos.[46][47] His final performance was March 5, 2017. In 2019, he participated in a workshop of MJ the Musical, playing the role of Michael Jackson.

On January 28, 2020, he returned to Broadway, taking over the title role in the Tony Award-winning musical Dear Evan Hansen.[48] He was the first actor of color to take on the role full time.[49] His final bow was on February 20, 2022.[50]

In February 2023, he started performances as Anthony Hope in a Broadway revival of Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street. He starred opposite Josh Groban as Todd, Annaleigh Ashford as Lovett, and Gaten Matarazzo as Tobias. His final performance was on June 18, 2023.[51]

On October 10, 2023, it was announced that he would take over the starring role of Orpheus in the Broadway cast of Hadestown, with his first performance on November 20, 2023. He replaced the final original cast star Reeve Carney in the role.[52] He’s currently set to be in the show through September 15.[53]

In February 2024, he was set to appear in a concert of Children of Eden as Cain and Japheth at David Geffen Hall in Lincoln Center.[54] However he was replaced by Donald Webber Jr.[55]

Film edit

In 2019, he was cast as John Ambrose McClaren in To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You. In 2020, he portrayed the role of Jake Taylor in the Netflix original movie Work It. [56] In April 2021, it was announced that he had been cast in the upcoming film Field Notes on Love as Hugo, starring alongside Liv and Maddie co-star Dove Cameron.[57]

Personal life edit

Fisher is married to his childhood sweetheart Ellie Woods.[58] They announced their engagement on May 29, 2019, and were going to get married on July 25, 2020, but the wedding was delayed due to COVID-19.[59] They married on November 21, 2020, in a private ceremony at Walt Disney World.[60] In December 2021, the couple announced via Instagram that they are expecting their first child, a son.[61] On June 7, 2022, the couple welcomed a son named Riley William.[62]

Discography edit

Soundtrack albums edit

Title Album details
Rent: Live

Extended plays edit

Title EP details Peak chart

Jordan Fisher 18

Singles edit

Year Title Peak chart
2016 "All About Us"[69] Jordan Fisher
"Lookin' Like That"[70]
2017 "Always Summer"[71] Non-album singles
"Happily Ever After"[72]
(with Angie Keilhauer)
2019 "Be Okay"[74] TBA
"All I Want for Christmas Is Love"[75]
(with Julianne Hough)
Non-album single
2020 "Contact"[76] TBA
"Walking on the Ceiling"[77]
2022 "Nobody Like U"
(with 4*TOWN)
49 34 37 Turning Red (Original Motion Picture Soundtrack)

As featured artist edit

Year Song Album
2013 "It's Your Birthday"[78]
(Club Penguin featuring Jordan Fisher)
Non-album single
2020 "Make You Come True"[79]
(Royalties Cast featuring Jordan Fisher)

Promotional singles edit

Year Title Album
2013 "By Your Side"[80] Non-album promotional singles
2014 "Never Dance Alone"[81]
"What I Got"[82]
"The Christmas Song"[83]
"This Christmas"[84]
2016 "Counterfeit"[85] Jordan Fisher
"The Christmas Song (Chestnuts Roasting On An Open Fire)"[86] A Hollywood Christmas
2017 "Come December"[87]
2018 "You've Got A Friend In Me"[88]
(with Olivia Holt)
Non-album promotional single
2021 "1949 (from The Flash Season 7)"[89] TBA
2022 "Everything I Ever Wanted"

Other charted songs edit

List of other charted songs, with selected chart positions, showing year released and album name
Year Title Peak chart positions Album

2015 "Gotta Be Me"
(with Ross Lynch, Maia Mitchell, Garrett Clayton, Grace Phipps and John DeLuca)
23 3 Teen Beach 2
"Best Summer Ever"
(with Ross Lynch, Maia Mitchell, Garrett Clayton, Grace Phipps, John DeLuca and Chrissie Fit)
"Falling for Ya"
(with Chrissie Fit)
"Wanna Be With You" 13
"That's How We Do"
(with Ross Lynch, Maia Mitchell, Garrett Clayton, Grace Phipps and John DeLuca)
2016 "Those Magic Changes"
(with Aaron Tveit)
"You're Welcome"
(with Lin-Manuel Miranda)
3 Moana

Other appearances edit

Year Title Other artist(s) Album
2015 "True Love (Piano Duet)" Dove Cameron Liv and Maddie
"True Love (Ballad)"
2016 "Summer Nights" Grease: Live cast Grease Live!
"Thin Air" Olivia Holt Olivia
2017 "I'd Love to Change the World" When We Rise
2022 "1 True Love" Finneas O'Connell, Josh Levi, Topher Ngo & Grayson Villanueva Turning Red
"U Know What's Up"

Music videos edit

Year Title Director
2014 "The Christmas Song" [92]
"This Christmas" [93]
2016 "All About Us" [94]
2017 "I'd Love To Change The World" [95]
"You're Welcome" [96]
"Always Summer" [97]
"Happily Ever After" [98]
"Mess" [99]
2019 "All I Want For Christmas Is Love" designedmemory[100]
"Be Okay" Jordan Fisher[101]
2020 "Contact" Jordan Fisher[102]
"Walking On The Ceiling" Jordan Fisher[103]
"Make You Come True" Darren Criss[104]

Filmography edit

Television roles
Year Title Role Notes
2009 The Hustler Mario Episode: "Hustle & Bustle"
iCarly Clark Episode: "iSpeed Date"
Skyrunners Testimonials Johnny Episode: "Press Conference – ATV"
2012 The Secret Life of the American Teenager Jacob 9 episodes
2013 Teen Beach Movie Seacat Disney Channel Original Movie
2014 The Thundermans Dylan Episode: "Four Supes and a Baby"
2015 The Chew Himself Episode: "Movie Night"
2015–2017 Liv and Maddie Holden Dippledorf Recurring cast, 11 episodes
2015–2016 Teen Wolf Noah Patrick 2 episodes
2015 Teen Beach 2 Seacat Disney Channel Original Movie
2016 Bones Ian Johnson Episode: "The Strike in the Chord"
Grease: Live Doody Television special
Stay Miles Unsold Pilot
2017 Dancing with the Stars Himself Winner on season 25
2018–2020 She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Sea Hawk (voice)[105] Animated series
2018 Dancing with the Stars: Juniors Himself Host
2019 Rent: Live Mark Cohen Main role
2019–present Archibald's Next Big Thing Finly (voice) Main role
2020 The Disney Family Singalong Himself Television special
Butterbean's Cafe Zane Gray (voice) Episode: "I Love Rockin' Rolls/A Baby At Marmalade's"
Royalties Kissgo Muah Episode: "Make You Come (True)"
2021–2022 The Flash Bart Allen / Impulse 6 episodes
2021 High School Musical: The Musical: The Series Jamie Porter Episode: "Showtime"
Star Wars: Visions Dan (voice) Short film: The Elder: English language dub[106]
2022 Naked Mole Rat Gets Dressed: The Underground Rock Experience Wilbur (voice) Main role[45]
2022 Alpha Betas Captain Whaler Guest star
Year Title Role Notes
2020 To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You John Ambrose McClaren
Work It Jake Taylor
2022 Turning Red 4*Town Member (Robaire) Voice role
Hello, Goodbye, And Everything In Between Aidan
2023 Valorant OTS Member OTS Balbol
2023 Case Closed: The Scarlet Bullet Shukichi Haneda English dub
TBA Prince Prince
Video games
Year Title Role Notes
2015 Until Dawn Matthew "Matt" Taylor Voice and Motion Capture performance
Theme Park Attractions
Year Title Role Notes
2017 Happily Ever After Male Vocalist Performed the song Happily Ever After with Angie Keilhauer

Stage credits edit

Year(s) Production Role Location Category
2016 Grease Anthony "Doody" DelFuego Warner Bros. Studios Television special of live production
2016–2017 Hamilton John Laurens / Philip Hamilton Richard Rodgers Theatre[107][108] Broadway
2019 Rent Mark Cohen Fox Studios Television special of partially live production
MJ the Musical Michael Jackson Unknown Workshop
2020 Dear Evan Hansen Evan Hansen Music Box Theatre Broadway
2021 Freestyle Love Supreme Special Spontaneous Guest Performer Booth Theatre
2021–2022 Dear Evan Hansen Evan Hansen Music Box Theatre
2023 Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street Anthony Hope Lunt-Fontanne Theatre
Gutenberg! The Musical! The Producer
(One night only)
James Earl Jones Theatre
2023–2024 Hadestown Orpheus Walter Kerr Theatre[53]

Advertisements edit

Year Company Title
2017 Fanta "The Fantanas: Dancing in the Street"
2020 Domino's Pizza "Delivery Business"
2021 Blizzard Entertainment "An Ode to Returning Heroes"

Awards and nominations edit

Year Award Category Work Result
2015 Teen Choice Awards Choice Song from a Movie or TV Show Gotta Be Me Nominated
2017 Radio Disney Music Awards Best New Artist Himself Nominated

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Awards and achievements
Preceded by Dancing with the Stars (US) winners
Season 25 (Fall 2017 with Lindsay Arnold)
Succeeded by