Elliott Jordan

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Elliott Jordan
Born (1983-04-22) 22 April 1983 (age 33)
London, England
Occupation Actor
Years active 2000–present

Elliott Jordan (born 22 April 1983) is an English actor. He is best known for playing Callum Monks in the BBC soap opera EastEnders and Jack in the ITV comedy drama Benidorm.

Career[edit]

Jordan started acting at The Sylvia Young Theatre School then he joined the National Youth Theatre.

He has appeared in television programs such as Father Brown, Casualty, Silk, My Family, Waking the Dead, Holby Blue, The Inspector Lynley Mysteries, Sea of Souls, The Bill and Murphy's Law.

Elliott took the lead role in New Town Films' first feature-length production, New Town Original. N.T.O received European acclaim in the Variety critic's Choice: Europe Now awards, where it was the only British film present. In 2011 he worked with New Town Films once again on their second feature film Community.

Jordan also played the ex-boyfriend in Lily Allen's music video "Smile".

On 26 June 2008, it was revealed that Elliott would be joining the famous BBC soap opera EastEnders, as Vinnie Monks' long-lost son, Callum. He revealed in an interview that his peer mentor when he arrived was Jake Wood. Executive Producer Diederick Santer added: "Callum – played by the very talented and striking Elliott Jordan – will bring a breath of fresh air to Walford. Bright, twinkly, and with the gift of the gab, he'll get the women of Walford all of a flutter."[1] On 20 January 2009 it was announced that Jordan would be leaving EastEnders, and he made his final appearance in March 2009.

He appeared in the second series of the ITV comedy Benidorm, playing Jack, a young lad who catches his eye on Janice and they start a fling together. He reprised this role for the 2009 one-hour Special when he interrupted Madge and Mel's wedding. He appeared once again as Jack for Benidorm series five in 2012 and series 6 in 2014.

In 2013 he appeared in Family Tree, a HBO mockumentary-style television comedy directed by Christopher Guest.

Filmography[edit]

Theatre[edit]

  • Vincent River - Davey. Landor Theatre, London. (2010)
  • Mercy - Terry. Soho Theatre, London. (2004)
  • Beautiful Thing - Ste. Nottingham Playhouse & UK tour. (2002)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Vinnie Monks's son cast in 'EastEnders". Digital Spy. 2008-06-26. Retrieved 2008-06-26. 

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