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Jordan Poole

Born and living in Halifax, Nova Scotia, Canada, Jordan began his acting career at age three in local and national commercials and has appeared in multiple TV series and films shot mainly in Toronto, Montreal and Nova Scotia.

His credits include the recurring role of Alex on CBC's Mr. D, principal role Emory in EPIX's Chapelwaite, Noah in Camboy, Luke in the feature film Birthmarked; principal role of Greg in Creeped Out; the principal role of Bobby in Iain MacLeod's You Ruined Our Life!;  Heinrich in the CBC miniseries Pure: Young Garland Wuornos in Haven;  Zap in the animated series You and Me; Brian in Mike Clattenburg's film Moving Day.

Jordan has won multiple awards from across North America for his work in the field.

Jordan also appeared in many short films including the principal role of Young Conrad in the award winning short Ingrid and the Black Hole; the lead Gary in  Playing House; and Scott in Some Things Won't Sleep.


Young Artist Academy™ Awards
2021 Best Performance in a Short Film Role: Teen Actor - Nominated
2021 Outstanding Director - Nominated
2020 Best Performance in a Short Film - Teen Actor - Nominated
2019 Best Performance in a Feature Film: Supporting Teen Artist - Winner
2019 Best Performance in a TV Series: Leading Youth Artist - Nominated
2018 Best Performance in a Feature Film - Supporting Teen Actor - Winner
2018 Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Teen Actor - Nominated 
2016 Best Performance in a TV Series - Recurring Young Actor 13 and Under - Nominated

ACTRA Awards
2019 Maritimes Award Outstanding Male Actor in a Supporting Role - Winner
2019 ACTRA Maritimes Award Outstanding Male Actor in a Leading Role - Nominated

The Joey Awards, Vancouver
2019 Best Actor in a Web Series - Winner
2019 Best Actor in a Recurring Role Television Family or Comedy Age 15+ - Nominated
2019 Best Actor in a Recurring Role Television Drama 14+ - Nominated
2018 Best Actor in a Principal or Supporting Role in a feature Film 10-19 Years - Winner
2018 Award Best Recurring or Leading Actor in a Comedy Television Series - Nominated
2018 Boy Feature Film Lead  - Nominated
2017 Best Actor in a Short Film Age 12 Years - Winner
2017 Best Series Regular or Leading Actor in a TV Series 13-16 Years - Nominated
2016 Young Actor in a TV Series Recurring Role 10-12 Years - Winner
2015 Best Actor in a TV Comedy Recurring Role - Winner

Young Entertainer Awards
2020 Best Young Actor - Web Performance - Winner
2019 Best Supporting Young Actor - Feature Film - Nominated
2019 Best Recurring Young Actor - Television Series - Nominated
2018 Best Supporting Young Actor - Independent or Film Festival Feature Film - Winner
2018 Best Recurring Young Actor - Television Series - Nominated
2017 Best Recurring Young Actor - Television Series - Nominated
Best Young Actor 12-14 - Short Film - Nominated

Academy Activity

41st Young Artist Academy™ Awards 
Nomination Announcements
(Look for Jordan at 28:30)

41st Young Artist Academy™ Awards

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