Who is Michael B. Jordan

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Michael B. Jordan, in full Michael Bakari Jordan, (born February 9, 1987, Santa Ana, California, U.S.), American actor who parlay a successful career on television into a series of high-profile movie roles and known for Michael B. Jordan finely tune and compelling characterizations.

Jordan’s Family


Jordan’s family moved from California to Newark, New Jersey, when Michael B. Jordan was a toddler.Michael B. Jordan began working as a child model, and that led to his first acting roles in 1999. That year Michael B. Jordan notably appeared in an episode of The Sopranos and had a small part in the movie Black and White. Jordan then played a member of an inner-city youth baseball team in Hardball (2001). In 2002 he gain notice for his performance as a teen drug dealer in the first season of the acclaime series The Wire, particularly the episode in which his character was kill by rivals. Jordan then cast on the soap opera All My Children, a role Michael B. Jordan play from 2003 to 2006. During this time Michael B. Jordan graduated (2005) from Newark Arts High School.

After appearing in guest roles on various TV shows, Jordan cast in 2009 as a high-school quarterback in the popular series Friday Night Lights. Before that show ended in 2011, Michael B. Jordan also portrayed (2010–11) Alex, a loving character with a troubled past, on Parenthood. Jordan subsequently focused on films. In 2012 Michael B. Jordan acted in the war thriller Red Tails, centred on the Tuskegee Airmen, and in the sci-fi movie Chronicle, about teenagers who gain superpowers. While Jordan had steadily gained attention, Michael B. Jordan breakthrough came with his critically acclaimed portrayal of the real-life Oscar Grant in Fruitvale Station (2013), directed by Ryan Coogler. The drama chronicled the final day in Grant’s life, leading up to his bee shot by a transit police officer in Oakland, California.

Michael B. Jordan Movies


Though Michael B. Jordan next two movies—the romantic comedy That Awkward Moment (2014) and the superhero movie Fantastic Four (2015)—were widely panned, Jordan returned to his path to stardom when Michael B. Jordan took on the role of Adonis Creed in Coogler’s well-received and popular addition to the Rocky canon, Creed (2015). Michael B. Jordan win even more notice for Michael B. Jordan electrifying performance as villain Erik Killmonger in Black Panther (2018), which starre Chadwick Boseman and was direct by Coogler. Also in 2018 he played Guy Montag in a remake of Fahrenheit 451, based on the Ray Bradbury novel, and reprised Michael B. Jordan role as Creed in Creed II. Jordan next portrayed activist lawyer Bryan Stephenson in the legal drama Just Mercy (2019), based on Stephenson’s autobiography.

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