Jordana Spiro Net Worth

Jordana Spiro was born on November 12, 1977 in Manhattan, New York City, United States, United States, is Actress. Jordana Ariel Spiro is an American actress and filmmaker best known for her role in the comedy series ‘My Boys.’ She has produced and directed several shortfilms and documentaries. She received the Women In Film/CalmDown Productions Grant of $5,000 for her work in the short film ‘Skin’, which tracks a young taxidermist and small-town loner who is entranced by a girl who finds his work beautiful. Jordana is also a winner of Adrienne Shelly Foundation Fellowship. A professionally trained actress, she worked on several television series before she gained prominence. She made her television debut with her portrayal of Chase on an episode of ‘Maybe This Time’. After her small role in the TV film ‘Last Chance’, she bagged a role in ‘If These Walls Could Talk’. She made a recurring guest appearance on the hit TV series ‘Buffy the Vampire Slayer’, followed with a role in ‘Beverly Hills, 90210’, and in the series ‘City Guys’. She shot to fame with her role of a doctor in the television series ‘The Mob Doctor.’ She landed the lead role in the series ‘My Boys’, where she played the intelligent and beautiful P.J. Franklin. She was also tapped for the lead in ‘The Wilding’, USA Network’s two-hour pilot. Besides acting, she also loves photography.
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Age, Biography and Wiki

Who is it? Actress
Birth Day November 12, 1977
Birth Place Manhattan, New York City, United States, United States
Birth Sign Sagittarius
Occupation Actress
Years active 1995–present
Spouse(s) Matthew Spitzer

💰 Net worth: $10 Million



Spiro's first film role was as Catherine Reece in the 1999 film, From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter, a direct-to-DVD prequel to the 1996 film From Dusk till Dawn.


Additional credits include The Year of Getting to Know Us which premiered at the 2008 Sundance film festival, IFC's Alone with Her, as well as guest appearances on Cold Case, Out of Practice, and CSI: NY.


Spiro also appeared in the 2009 comedy The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard alongside Jeremy Piven, Ed Helms and Rob Riggle, and produced by Will Ferrell and Adam McKay. The Goods was directed by Neal Brennan.


Spiro was scheduled to star in the planned 2010–11 television series Love Bites, but fell out of the role in June 2010 due to other contractual obligations. Spiro was most recently cast alongside Nicolas Cage and Nicole Kidman in the thriller, Trespass. She was a guest star on the Showtime 2011 season of Dexter. For the 2012–13 season, she had the lead role in the Fox-TV medical/crime drama The Mob Doctor.


She is married to Matthew Spitzer, and in May 2014 it was announced she was expecting their first child.


Her debut feature Night Comes On, which she directed and co-wrote (with Angelica Nwandu) premieres at the Sundance Film Festival in 2018. She developed the film at the Sundance Institute’s Directors, Screenwriters, and Composers Labs, and through a Cinereach development grant. Her short Skin premiered at Sundance and won the Women In Film Productions award. Skin also won the Honorable Mention Award at SXSW, showed at Telluride, Palm Springs, and AFI among others. Jordana earned her MFA in Film from Columbia University (2015) and received the Adrienne Shelly Foundation Fellowship. She studied drama at the Circle in the Square Theatre School in New York and was selected to join the Berlinale Talent Campus in Berlin.

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