Michael B. Jordan

Michael Bakari Jordan (born February 9, 1987) is an American actor. His television roles include East Dillon High School quarterback Vince Howard in Friday Night Lights, teenage drug-dealer Wallace in The Wire, Reggie Montgomery in All My Children, and Alex in Parenthood.

On film, he has played shooting victim Oscar Grant in the critically acclaimed film Fruitvale Station (2013), the Human Torch in the 2015 film Fantastic Four, and Adonis Creed in the Rocky sequel film Creed (2015). Other film roles include Red Tails (2012), Chronicle (2012) and That Awkward Moment (2014).

Jordan was born in Santa Ana, California, the son of Donna (née Davis), an artist and high school guidance counselor, and Michael Jordan, a caterer. He is the middle of three children with an older sister, Jamila, who works in production, and a younger brother, Khalid, who was a football player at Howard University. Jordan's family spent two years in California before moving toNewark, New Jersey. He attended Newark Arts High School, where his mother works, and where he played basketball. Jordan's middle name, "Bakari," is Swahili for "noble promise."

Known For


Cast Credits

Running Wild with Bear Grylls (2014)
Guest starring as Michael B. Jordan
Ridiculousness (2011)
Guest starring as Michael B. Jordan
Parenthood (2010)
Guest starring as Alex (17 episodes)
The Assistants (2009)
Starring as Nate Warren
Lie to Me (2009)
Guest starring as Key (2 episodes)
innerSPACE (2008)
Guest starring as Michael B. Jordan
Burn Notice (2007)
Guest starring as Corey Jensen
Friday Night Lights (2006)
Starring as Vincent "Vince" Howard (26 episodes)
The Boondocks (2005)
Guest starring as Pretty Boy Flizzy
Bones (2005)
Guest starring as Perry Wilson
House (2004)
Guest starring as Will Westwood
Jimmy Kimmel Live (2003)
Guest starring as Michael B. Jordan
The Wire (2002)
Guest starring as Wallace (13 episodes)
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation (2000)
Guest starring as Morris
Extra (1994)
Guest starring as Michael B. Jordan
Raising Dion ()
Starring as Mark
Oscars (1953)
Guest starring as Michael B. Jordan (2 episodes)

Crew Credits

Raising Dion ()
Show crew as Executive Producer