Biography of Michael B. JordanMichael B. Jordan is an American actor, known for his roles in the TV series The Wire and All My Children, and the movies Fruitvale Station, Creed, and Black Panther. He is involved in both commercial and authors projects devoted mainly to the problems of black people in America.
His Childhood and YouthMichael Bakari Jordan was born on February 9, 1987, in Santa Ana, California. Michaels mother is an artist and school guidance counselor, his father is a restaurateur. The actor has an older sister, Jamila, and a younger brother, Khalid.
His Acting CareerIn 1999, Michael was the first time on the set, appearing in an episode of crime television series The Sopranos, where James Gandolfini played the lead role.
The following year, the young actor played the small but pivotal role in the serial police drama The Wire with Dominic West and Idris Elba.
At the end of 2017, Michael starred in a mini-movie for the song Family Feud by rapper Jay-Z, in which his character was apologizing for his infidelity to the wife of this famous musician - singer Beyonce. Apart from Jordan, such famous actresses as Jessica Chastain, Brie Larson and Rosario Dawson also starred in the movie.