Jordan Pettle

Jordan is an actor, director and teacher based in Toronto. He has been working across the country on both classical and contemporary plays, and in television, film and radio for over 20 years. He has spent four seasons with the Stratford Festival and has worked extensively with Soulpepper Theatre. Toronto acting credits include: Soulpepper (A Christmas Carol, The Heidi Chronicles, The Dybbuk, Twelve Angry Men (Dora Award for Best Ensemble), Rosencrantz and Guildenstern Are Dead (Dora award for Best Ensemble), Speed-the-Plow, The Sunshine Boys, Jitters, Glengarry Glen Ross, Travesties, Antigone, Ring Round the Moon, Waiting for Godot); Tarragon (The Waiting Room, Sextet, Generous, Goodness, The Whirlpool); Canadian Stage (Sunday Father, Picasso at the Lapin Agile, Written on Water, Romeo and Juliet, Taming of the Shrew); Factory Theatre (Zadie’s Shoes, Tiger of Malaya); Theatre Passe Muraille (Yichud, Three Squares, Small Returns); YPT (Danny, King of the Basement). He has performed leading roles in Ottawa (GCTC, NAC); Halifax (Neptune); Winnipeg (PTE; WJT) and Edmonton (Citadel).Directing credits include: Zadie’s Shoes, Therac 25 (Factory Theatre) Terminating (Summerworks Festival); Six Degrees of Separation, The Clandestine Marriage, She Stoops To Conquer – Georgian Period Study (George Brown Theatre School) Metamorphoses (Ryerson Theatre School); The Ash Girl, A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Haroun and the Sea of Stories (Wexford Collegiate for the Performing Arts). He has led acting workshops for Soulpepper Theatre and is a regular guest teacher at Wexford Collegiate, where he is currently creating a show with next year’s graduating class. T.V and film credits include: The Strain; Designated Survivor; Saving Hope; Rookie Blue; Lost Girl; Murdoch Mysteries; Fugitive Pieces; Lost in Wonderland. Jordan was a regular on the CBC radio drama Afghanada (Actra nomination for voice performance). He is a graduate of the National Theatre School of Canada.