Jordan Gavaris Bio, Age, Height, Partiner, Net worth, Movies and TV Shows
Jordan Gavaris Biography
Jordan James Gavaris is a Canadian actor. He is best known in the Space television series Orphan Black and BBC America for his role as Felix Dawkins.
Jordan Gavaris Age
Jordan was born in Brampton, Ontario, Canada, on September 25, 1989. He is 32 years old.
Jordan Gavaris Height
Gavaris stands at a moderate height of feet: 5′ 10″ inches/Approx 1.78 m tall.
Jordan Gavaris Weight
He weighs 72 kg.
Jordan Gavaris Family
Despite being a well-known actor, Jordan likes to keep his life private away from the spotlight regarding his father, mother, and siblings. However, research information concerning his family members and siblings is in progress and will be updated.
Jordan Gavaris Partiner
He is happily married to his partner Devon Graye.
Jordan Gavaris Net worth
Gavaris has an estimated net worth of $1 Million U.S dollars.
Jordan Gavaris Career
He made his movie career debut in the Kim Coates, and Amanda Plummer, 45 R.P.M. inverse Michael Madsen, and Canadian free film. Gavaris in 2010 was co-featured in the Cartoon Network true-to-life arrangement Unnatural History. Furthermore, Jordan additionally co-featured in the new unique dramatization of Orphan Black for Canada’s Space and BBC America.
In 2014, for best execution in a scene, He won a Constellation Award and a Canadian Screen Award. On August 18, 2014, Gavaris was declared for Best Supporting Actor in a Drama Series as the champ of the 2014 EWwy Award.
In 2016, Gavaris showed up in a supporting part featuring Matthew Ken Watanabe and McConaughey, and in the movie Sea of Trees, coordinated by Gus Van Sant. The film debuted to for the most part positive reviews at the SXSW Film Festival.
Jordan Gavaris Movies and TV Shows
- 45 R.P.M. (2008) (Parry Tender)
- Curse of Chucky (2013) (U.S. Ex Delivery Guy)
- Sea of Trees (2015) (Eric)
- Maya Dardel (2017) (Kevin)
- G2G: Got to Go! (2008)
- Degrassi: The Next Generation (2009)
- Unnatural History (2010)
- Orphan Black (2013-17)
- Cracked (2013)
- Take Two (2018)
- The Coop (2019)
- Love in the Time of Corona (2020)