Actor & Artist
Actor & Artist
THE BOYS IN THE BAND
@ Windy City Playhouse
Photo by Michael Brosilow
Jordan Dell Harris (he/him/his) is a Jeff Award-Winning actor and singer based in Chicago, Illinois. A Georgia native, Jordan began acting at the age of four, and he hasn't stopped since. He received a degree in Theatre from The University of Georgia and spent several years performing on professional stages in Atlanta before moving to Chicago.
Jordan was last seen onstage playing James in the World Premiere of Mosque4Mosque at About Face Theatre. Recently, Jordan made his Second City debut in QUEER EYE: The Musical Parody and played Donald in The Boys in the Band (Windy City Playhouse; Joseph Jefferson Award Winner - Best Ensemble in a Play, Best Play). Other credits include Sundown, Yellow Moon (Raven Theatre), Falsettos (Actor's Express; Suzi Bass Award Nomination - Outstanding Acting Ensemble in a Musical), Evil Dead the Musical (Black Button Eyes; Joseph Jefferson Award Nomination - Best Performance in a Leading Role in a Musical), A Little Night Music (BoHo Theatre), Leave Me Alone! (The Story Theatre), BAT BOY: The Musical (Griffin Theatre; Joseph Jefferson Award nomination - Best Ensemble), and Wonderful Town (Goodman Theatre).
Jordan is currently an Actor's Equity Membership Candidate and is proud to be represented by the fine folks at Gray Talent Group.
IN THE PRESS!
IN THE PRESS!
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AS "CARVER" IN
SUNDOWN, YELLOW MOON
"The cast includes Liz Chidester, one of the most truthful actors in this city, as well as an impressive young performer named Jordan Dell Harris, who dives deep into his character here."
-Chris Jones for the Chicago Tribune
"Another of Chicago’s finest, multitalented young actors, Jordan Dell Harris is solid and charmingly earnest as Carver... This handsome actor, with the sweetest singing voice, plays this failed musician with authenticity and understated enthusiasm."
-Colin Douglas for Chicago Theatre Review
AS "ASH" IN
EVIL DEAD: THE MUSICAL
"Jordan Dell Harris is impeccably intense, suave and athletic as leading man Ash. Harris perfectly embodies the stereotypically heroic and noble protagonist, as a near spitting image of the legendary Bruce Campbell—from the action-ready wide-eyed stares to the hard-pressed furrowed brow. His acting chops are matched by his vocal prowess and able-bodied combat. It takes a special actor indeed to belt at the top of his range while being sprayed with mouthfuls of blood, and it takes a resilient one to convincingly roll across couches and into walls as he battles with his own hand."
-Quinn Rigg for Chicagoland Musical Theatre
AS "HENRIK" IN
A LITTLE NIGHT MUSIC
"Harris’ Henrik is a linchpin here, glowering, gloomy and endearing. He’s simultaneously comic and tragic, a fervently wrathful adult who is also very much a lonely child."
-Catey Sullivan for the Chicago Sun-Times
"Harris’s forthright Henrik sulks suitably but never condescends: His sweetly ignorant seminary student really is torn between adolescent awkwardness and sexual awakening. Henrik’s “Later” never reeks of self-pity, just all the doubts we once harbored and mustn’t forget."
-Lawrence Bommer for
Chicago Theatre Review