Jordan Scott

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Jordan Scott
Born1977 (age 41–42)
OccupationPhotographer, filmmaker
Parent(s)Ridley Scott (father)
Sandy Watson (mother)
Felicity Heywood (stepmother)
RelativesJake Scott (paternal half-brother)
Luke Scott (paternal half-brother)
Tony Scott (paternal uncle)

Jordan Scott (born 1977) is an English photographer and filmmaker. She is the daughter of director Ridley Scott and advertising executive Sandy Watson. She is the niece of director Tony Scott and half-sister of directors Luke and Jake Scott.[1]

Scott directed the feature film Cracks, an adaptation of a novel by Sheila Kohler. She also directed All the Invisible Children (Segment Jonathan), Portrait, and Never Never. She has directed commercials for Prada, Nike, and Land Rover.[2]


Date Movie Studio United States gross Worldwide gross Budget Note
1 September 2005 All the Invisible Children N/A N/A N/A N/A Co-director (Jonathan)
18 March 2011 Cracks IFC Films $29,683 N/A N/A Directorial debut


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