Jordan Bennett

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Jordan Bennett
Born Jordan Bennett Suffin
(1963-04-18) April 18, 1963 (age 54)
United States

Jordan Bennett (born Jordan Bennett Suffin) is an American actor, singer, writer and songwriter.

Biography[edit]

Bennett began his career in the Catskill Mountains in upstate New York as a singer and comedian. While there, he worked with such performers as Red Buttons and Milton Berle.[1] He then went on to Broadway where he costarred with John Cullum in the musical Shenandoah.[2] Bennett also starred on Broadway as Cyrano de Bergerac in Cyrano The Musical.[3]

In Los Angeles, Bennett starred as Jean Valjean in the original L.A. production of Les Misérables.[4]

On television, Bennett has had recurring roles in The Waltons, Too Close For Comfort and Emergency. He starred in the cult classic B-film, Ninja III: The Domination.[5] He also appears in the Carl Reiner film, Bert Rigby You're A Fool.[6]

In 2015, Bennett released a CD of original songs titled Original.[7]

Personal life[edit]

Bennett is Jewish and serves as a cantor at the Temple Shalom for the Arts.[8]

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