Who is Khalid Jordan?
The brother of actor Michael B. Jordan, Khalid Jordan, is a famous American sibling. He is the last child of his parents and the younger brother of the actor, Michael B Jordan. Khalid Jordan got a contract to play football for Howard University in 2010 and is a player.
Khalid Jordan‘s brother co-starred in the 2018 film Black Panther with Chadwick Boseman. Wallace was his brother’s first acting role on HBO’s “The Wire.”
|Full Name||Khalid Jordan|
|Birthday||October 9, 1992|
|Age||30 years old|
|Traits||Positive: Charming, Social, Intelligent, and Optimistic|
Negative: Undecisive, Inconsistent, and Self-indulgent
|Parents||Michael A. Jordan (father)|
Donna Jordan (mother)
|Siblings||Jamila Jordan (sister)|
Michael B. Jordan (brother)
|Net Worth||USD 1.5 Million|
Early Life and Childhood
The family’s youngest kid, Khalid Jordan, was born on October 9, 1992. As of 2022, he is 30 years old.
Following the release of family photos online, Khalid is reportedly the tallest member of his family. His height is 6 feet 6 inches, and his weight is 325 lbs.
After completing his high school education at Shabazz, Khalid enrolled at Howard University, where he signed a football contract in 2010. He is Michael A. Jordan’s and Donna Jordan’s son.
Khalid has an older sister and brother named Jamila Jordan and Michael B. Jordan.
Khalid Jordan Brother: Michael B. Jordan
Actor and producer Michael Bakari Jordan hail from the United States. He is most recognized for his appearances in the Ryan Coogler-written and -directed dramas Fruitvale Station (2013), Creed (2015), and Black Panther (2018) as Erik Killmonger, a boxer, and Oscar Grant, a shooting victim.
In addition to reprising his Creed and Killmonger roles in Creed II (2018) and What If…? (2021), Jordan is slated to feature in Creed III and make his directing debut (2022).
With Wallace in the first season of the HBO crime drama series The Wire (2002), Reggie Montgomery on the ABC soap opera All My Children (2003–2006), and Vince Howard in the NBC sports drama series Friday Night Lights (2009–2011), Jordan first found success in television.
Red Tails (2012), Chronicle (2012), That Awkward Moment (2014), Fantastic Four (2015), and Just Mercy (2019), in which he played Bryan Stevenson, are some of his previous cinematic roles.
As a producer of the television movie Fahrenheit 451, Jordan was nominated for an Outstanding Television Movie Primetime Emmy Award in 2018.
Jordan was awarded Individuals Sexiest Man Alive in 2020 and one of Time magazine’s list of the 100 most influential people in the world. He was voted #15 on The New York Times list of the 25 Greatest Actors of the 21st Century that same year.
Khalid joins MACRO Television Studios as director of development, bringing his excellent eye for talent and dedication to elevated, authentic storytelling. His previous position was Manager of Drama and Comedy Development at Warner Horizon.
He supported the group’s written and non-scripted development while working for Mass Appeal under multi-hyphenate filmmaker Sacha Jenkins. Jordan started his career at WME as an agent trainee, working in the East and West Coast offices.
Jordan graduated from Howard University with a BA in Radio-Television-Film with a focus in Television Production.
Khalid Jordan Macro
A multiplatform media firm called MACRO expresses the opinions and voices of Black people and other people of color. The Company has produced sixteen feature films and two television series and received fifteen Oscar nominations and three wins since its foundation in 2015.
Raising Dion, which made its Netflix premiere in 2019 and quickly rose to the top of the platform’s Kids and Family programming charts before receiving a second season order, was produced by the firm. It developed the Latinx dramedy Gentefied in 2020, which was just given the all-clear for a second season on Netflix.
Jordan comes to the company from Warner Horizon, where he served as Drama and Comedy Development Manager. Bill Lawrence, Stephanie Allain, Roberto Aguirre Sacasa, Janine Sherman Barrios, and Roberto Aguirre Sacasa were among the showrunners and creators he collaborated with.
He supported the group’s written and non-scripted development while working for Mass Appeal under multi-hyphenate filmmaker Sacha Jenkins. Jordan started his career at WME as a former trainee agent and worked in the West and East coast offices. Jordan graduated from Howard University with a BA in Television Production.
Our records indicate that Khalid Jordan might be single and has never been engaged. As of 2022, Khalid Jordan has not been dating.
Khalid Jordan Net Worth
Khalid is one of the wealthiest and most well-liked family members. As of 2022, Khalid Jordan’s net worth is estimated to be USD 1.5 million based on our research of Wikipedia, Forbes, and Business Insider.