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Jordon Timothy Hodges was born in Goshen, Indiana. The first-born, has 1 younger brother, Ryan, a known photographer, along with 2 younger sisters, Brooklyn and Ashley and his parents are Tim Hodges and Connie Frost-Hodges.Jordon attended Northridge High School which is located in the small farm town of Middlebury, Indiana about 3 hours East of Chicago. During his time there, he was well known to his peers and was voted "Most Talkative" and "Most Likely to be on Cops" by his 2005 senior class, while owning his own web design business.Later on, he attended Indiana University-Purdue University of Indianapolis (IUPUI) and Indiana University of South Bend (IUSB) as a Fine Arts major. At IUSB he needed 1 more class to be a full-time student for his financial aid. The only class to fit in his schedule was Acting 101 with professor Randy Colborn, who taught Jordon respect for the craft and threatened to fail him if he showed up late again. He saw something different, and forced him to audition for a play on campus. With no monologue prepared, Jordon told the story about his loss of innocence at the age of 12, when he found his uncle who had taken his own life. He got a part; with the direction of Ernie Nolan. During this time he got his first feature-film speaking role as the main pledge in the college comedy 'Fraternity House'. He finished the semester on the Dean's List with straight A's and moved to Chicago to pursue the craft.During his 3 years in Chicago, he formed a bond with Darlene Hunt, the owner of Extraordinary Casting and got himself on as many film sets as possible, being an extra or stand-in to learn how filmmaking works. On set of over 100 productions including, The Dark Knight and Public Enemies.During this time he was the lead role in 5 independent feature films, with each character being much different than the next. He and Joel Paul Reisig made 'American Scream King' with no money and learned to edit it by watching YouTube tutorials. In May of 2010 he moved to Los Angeles, CA. Within 5 months he had written, produced, and lead a 43 minute short entitled 'Impulse Black.' This would take him to the next level and secure himself in the indie world as a up and coming leading man.In April of 2011, he was cast as a smooth talking reporter Oscar DeWauter in the period feature-film 'Mary's Buttons'. His complete change of voice and embodiment of the character landed him a Best Supporting Actor Nomination at the Michigan Film Awards and Detroit Film Festival.In October of 2012, Jordon is set to lead the feature-drama 'Sand Castles', which he wrote over the course of a year and half and was green-lit in LA, mid 2012, to shoot on location in his hometown.