Jordan Bialik is a New York City-based actor and teacher. He recently completed his BFA degree in Acting at NYU Tisch, where he trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting and the Stonestreet Studio for Film and TV Acting. He also earned a minor in Educational Theatre from NYU Steinhardt.
In 2018, Jordan co-founded Playgrounded, NYC’s first improv comedy training program exclusively for kids and teens, with his friend Aaron Farenback-Brateman. For more information, visit Playgrounded’s website.
Jordan is the president of NYU's longest-running improv troupe, Dangerbox, and has performed improv at the UCB Del Close Marathon, the PIT, the Magnet Theater, the National College Improv Tournament in Chicago, and the National College Comedy Festival at Skidmore College.
As a teacher, Jordan has taught improv and coached improv troupes for kids and teens of all ages. He has directed full-length professional-style theatre productions at French Woods Festival of the Performing Arts, a premier performing arts summer camp in upstate New York.
Jordan is trained in the performance of both contemporary and classical texts, including Shakespeare. He has experience coaching students of all ages in monologue and scene work.
Jordan is proud to have grown up in West Orange, New Jersey. It was nothing like the TV show “The Jersey Shore.” Much more Italian and tan. (just kidding)
Disclaimer: this is the only section of Jordan’s website where he will talk about himself in the third person.