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Aidan Jordan

 

Height: 5' 6"
Hair: Salt & Pepper
Eyes: Blue
Date of Birth: 09/10/53
Playing age: 50 - 60
Singing voice: Baritone
 

Selected Theatre Experience: Walking Man, Easter Tuesday, In Arabia We’d be Kings, Eight Women

Selected Film Experience: Waiting, Professor and the Madman, Con, The Legend

Selected TV Experience: Striking Out (Series 2), Bridget & Eamon, Genius of Boole, Holding Out for a Hero

Selected Commercial Experience:  Lloyds Pharmacy,Bord Na Mona, Lloyds Pharmacy

 

Languages: Irish - (basic to Intermediate standard)

Accents:  Dublin (Inner City, Neutral), Munster, Midlands, Wexford, Belfast, London Cockney, Newcastle, Liverpool, Manchester, RP, USA: New York and Neutral American

 

Qualifications and Training

  • Masterclass with Director Shelley Mitchell U.S.A - 2011

  • Voice Over, Velvet Voice with Director Brian De Salvo - 2010

  • Shakespeare, Classic Stage Ireland, with Director Andy Hinds - 2010

  • Expanding Physical & Vocal Vocabulary with Director Kathleen Warner Yeates - 2009

  • Commedia dell'arte, Corn Exchange with Directors Annie Ryan & Mike Carbury - 2009

  • Movement for Theatre, Barabbas with Director Veronica Cockburn - 2007

  • Movement for Theatre, Loose Cannon with Director Jason Byrne - 2006

  • Acting to Camera, Gaiety School of Acting - 2003

  • Performance Theatre, Gaiety School of Acting with Director John O’Brien - 2003

 

Skills

Saxophone, Clarinet, Electric and Acoustic Guitar (Lead, Rhythm and Bass), Role playing for Corporate Business and Executive Training, Comedic Acting, and Full Driving Licence

            

Bio

Aidan is actor with many years experience on Stage, TV and Film. He has especially enjoyed working on his two one-man shows, ‘The Bother with the Brother’ and ‘Walking Man’.  He values the knowledge and experience of fellow actors/directors in the business on set or on stage . It is important to him to constantly challenge himself and to achieve performances that are credible and that audiences relate to.