Best described by industry insiders as a “relentless redhead with a free spirit and a determined will,” Hallie Jordan is no stranger to theater and film. This quirky girl next door with a quick wit and a stunning smile comparable to Julia Roberts, is an accomplished actress and producer. She has starred in several television pilots, independent films and comedy sketches that have been featured on Funny or Die, in addition to being featured in a broad range of short films and television series. Her talent and artistic abilities knows no bounds and with multiple movies set to release in 2015 and a huge motion picture role to be announced next, there’s no end in sight for this multi-faceted actress & producer.
Born in the heart of New York City, she found her love of the theater as a child, while learning the ins and outs of the industry from her RKO Films Publicist grandfather who had worked with legendary actresses such as Judy Garland and Debbie Reynolds. Always the “new girl” at school while her mother traveled around the country for work, she found her expression by acting in school plays and local theatre, always involving herself in every artistic outlet available to her during her many transitions. She continued exploring various international acting methods through college while studying abroad in Salzburg Austria, Nepal, The University of Paris- Sorbonne, and The Academia Del Arte in Italy. As a graduate of The Comedy Studies Conservatory at The Second City in Chicago, Stella Adler Academy of Acting and Theatre in Los Angeles and completion of a Bachelor of Arts Degree from the University of Redlands, she utilizes her vast knowledge to explore the psychology, sociology, philosophy and business of acting. She not only offers her beauty and spunk to the entertainment industry, she offers a profound understanding and knowledge through her versatile and international educational background.
While balancing her career as professionally trained actress in theater, comedy improv and music, she is actively developing pilots for television and films to continue developing her sense of creative independence with her production company, Small Red Star Productions. Along with her work in production, she makes it a priority to give back to the community in any way she can, through Philanthropy and Women Mentorship. She hopes to be a friend, role model, and mentor to young women from low income families, or women who do not have access to the arts. Hallie strives to be a voice of inspiration for women within the arts community.
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