Jordan Fisher

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Jordan Fisher

Jordan William Fisher (born April 24, 1994 in Birmingham) is a singer, actor and dancer.

Fisher and his two siblings were adopted and raised by his maternal grandparents, Rodney and Pat Fisher. Though home-schooled, he was involved in gymnastics and theater beginning in childhood. He graduated from Harvest Christian School in Bessemer, and participated for several seasons in the Red Mountain Theatre Company's youth ensemble before signing with a talent agent. During his first year at Jacksonville State University he was offered a recurring role in the ABC Family drama, The Secret Life of the American Teenager. He and his family moved to Los Angeles, California.

Fisher followed up with a role in the Disney Channel's original movie Teen Beach and a recurring role in their Liv and Maddie series. He also appeared in the FOX live television production of the musical Grease and was the winner of season 25 of the ABC reality series Dancing with the Stars.

Fisher is also an accomplished pop vocalist. After three of his songs were released on Radio Disney in 2014 he signed a contract with Hollywood Records. His first album, a self-titled EP, was released in August 2016. He made his Broadway debut taking over the roles of John Laurens and Philip Hamilton in the musical Hamilton in November 2016. In 2019 he was cast to take over the lead role in the hit musical Dear Evan Hansen. The production was suspended during the 2020 Coronavirus pandemic. Fisher rejoined the cast when it returned to the stage in December 2021.


  • Harvey, Alec (July 31, 2011) "Once King of Almost, Jordan Fisher of Birmingham finally lands big TV role." The Birmingham News
  • Harvey, Alec (June 24, 2015) "Actor and Birmingham native Jordan Fisher is set to become the next big thing." The Birmingham News
  • Foster, Libby (June 11, 2021) "Bham's own Jordan Fisher returns to starring role on Broadway." Bham Now

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