Jordan Arredondo is an actor-singer, who was raised in the west suburbs of Chicago. Growing up, Jordan always had a strong interest in absurd characters, Tim Burton films, and for putting on one man shows for his family. He fell in love with acting after performing in a grade school production and with the constant encouragement from his parents, pursued it into college. Jordan received his BFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago and prior to graduating, was selected as one of the first for the study abroad program at the Eolia Conservatory in Barcelona, Spain. He was lucky enough to land with the wonderful team at Gray, and has been going strong since.
Some of his recent & favorite credits are: “Killing Eleanor”, “Chicago Fire”, “Party Favors”, A Christmas Carol (Milwaukee Rep), Laura and the Sea (Rivendell Theater), First Love is the Revolution (Steep Theatre).
When he's not performing, you can find Jordan working on music with his band Sacred Circles, at the gym getting his sweat on, or telling people way too much about the sport of competitive eating, for which he loves a little too much. Jordan is thrilled about what the future holds for him with Gray at his side, and is ready to continue making art that is weird, wacky, and meaningful.