Gregor Jordan

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Gregor Jordan
Born 1966
Sale, Victoria, Australia

Gregor Jordan (born 1966) is an Australian film director.

Jordan's films include Two Hands (1999), Buffalo Soldiers (2001), and Ned Kelly (2003). He has also directed the concert video These Days: Live in Concert (2004) by Australian rock band Powderfinger. His film Two Hands won the Australian Film Institute Award for Best Direction and Best Screenplay in 1999. He has most recently directed a film version of The Informers written by Bret Easton Ellis and Nicholas Jarecki and the thriller Unthinkable starring Samuel L. Jackson. He has finished production on a live concert DVD of Powderfinger's final concert tour 'Sunsets' and is in production on a documentary about Ian Thorpe's return to professional swimming.[1] He is also developing several feature films as well as an interactive film making website called smashcut.com.

Gregor is married to a New Zealand actress Simone Kessell. They have one son, Jack, who was born in January 2005 in Los Angeles.

Prior to making films Gregor Jordan played Bassanio in The Merchant of Venice for Shakespeare By The Sea (Australia).[2]

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  1. ^ AAP, international (2011-02-28). "Thorpe set for Swiss training". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2011-03-24. 
  2. ^ He also appeared briefly in Australian soap, Home and Away, from September 1989 to November 1989. Lobley, Katrina (2005-01-07). "Midsummer night's dream". The Sydney Morning Herald. Retrieved 2006-12-15. 

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