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Michael B. Jordan brought the complex web of heartbreak and triumph inherent to young, disadvantaged black men to vivid life in a number of acclaimed performances. Michael B. Jordan has starred in two of the most significant television dramas of the past decade. First, Michael received critical acclaim for his portrayal of the hard-shelled, softhearted young urbanite "Wallace" in HBO's dramatic hit series The Wire. He then went on to star as the role of quarterback "Vince Howard" on Friday Night Lights (NBC). Most recently, he played a recovered alcoholic "Alex," on NBC's Parenthood.
Graced with the opportunity to begin a professional acting career early in his life, Michael caught the eye of Dr. Bill Cosby and was cast in the recurring role of "Michael" for the CBS sitcom series Cosby in 1999. Almost simultaneously, he appeared on the HBO series The Sopranos. The following year, he was selected from hundreds of hopefuls, to play "Jamal," in the Paramount Pictures feature film, Hardball starring Keanu Reeves.
In 2003, Michael became the youngest African American actor to be contracted with the ABC network daytime drama series, All My Children, in the role of "Reggie," Jackson Montgomery's adopted son. Michael later moved to Los Angeles where he soon landed a lead role in the independent film Blackout, starring Melvin Van Peebles, Jeffrey Wright, and Zoe Saldana. In the fall of 2007, Michael was cast to The N network's sitcom The Assistants. He also appeared in his first feature film when he was cast in Rockmund Dunbar's ensemble Pastor Brown which premiered in the American Black Film Festival in the summer of 2009. He has had guest appearance roles for "CSI," "Cold Case," "Lie to Me," "Without a Trace" and "Law & Order."
In February 2012, Michael starred in 20th Century Fox's feature film Chronicle, a supernatural thriller that follows three Portland teens as they develop incredible powers after exposure to a mysterious substance. Additionally, Michael was featured in George Lucas' Redtails, the story of the first African American pilots to fly in a combat squadron during WWII aka The Tuskegee Airmen.
At the start of 2013, Jordan garnered critical raves at the 2013 Sundance Film Festival for his performance "Fruitvale Station. In the film, he plays Oscar Grant, the 22-year-old victim of the infamous 2009 police shooting on the Oakland, Calif., transit system. For his work in the film by first time writer-director Ryan Coogler, the young actor was soon generating Oscar buzz on the festival circuit. In 2014, he starred in the film, That Awkward Moment, alongside Zac Efron and Miles Teller. Most recently, Jordan was cast as Johnny Storm / The Human Torch in Marvel's 2015 film, Fantastic Four.
Michael has received NAACP Image Award Nominations for "Outstanding Male Actor in a Television Daytime Drama Series" in 2005, 2006 & 2007.
He resides in Los Angeles where he enjoys supporting charities such as Help USA and Lupus LA.