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Alan Jordan

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B: March 21, 1943 in Toronto, Ontario

Alan Jordan’s long career included starring roles at New York’s Circle Repertory Company, Manhattan Theater Club, and Playwrights Horizon, as well as on Canadian stages such as the Stratford Festival, Globe Theater, and St. Lawrence Centre. He toured the United States in national companies of the musicals Applause, Shenandoah, and 1776. As a stage director, he enjoyed very successful productions of House and I Am My Own Wife, both of which debuted at the San Miguel Playhouse in San Miguel de Allende before touring. He also directed A Diary of a Madman, based on the short story by Russian writer Nikolai Gogol, at the same theatre.

We list his credits as an actor in film and television.

Features & TV Movies:
VR indicates Direct-to-Video Release

Murder in Space (TV-1985)
In Like Flynn (TV-1985)
Echoes in the Darkness (TV-1987)
A New Life (1988)

The Take (TV-1990)

Straight Line (1990)
Extralarge: Moving Target (TV-1992)

Wojeck: Out of the Fire (TV-1992)
Woman on the Run: The Lawrencia Bembenek Story (TV-1993)
Whale Music (1994)
The Conspiracy of Fear (VR-1995)
When Innocence Is Lost (TV-1997)
End of Summer (TV-1997)
Lethal Vows (TV-1999)

Out of the Ashes (TV-2003)
Hustle (TV-2004)

TV Series – best appearances:
Knight Rider (1984)
Falcon Cast (1985)
Cover Up (1985)
Hill Street Blues (1986)
Danger Bay (1986)
Dallas 1986)
Check It Out (1987)
Night Heat (1987)
Adderly (1988)
Friday the 13th: The Series (1988)
Emergency Room (1989)
My Secret Identity (1989)
Katts and Dog (1989, 1992)

E.N.G. (1990, 1992)
Counterstrike (1993)
TekWar (1995)
The Great Defender (1995)
Road to Avonlea (1996)
Lethal Vows (1999)

Leap Years (2001)