The lives of the stars and celebrities are always the center of focus of media and the public. And this attention also extends to their family and the other people who are near and dear. The public always wants to know more about the family life of celebrities, including the lives of their family. And Micheal B. Jordan is no exception from this attention. People want to know about his family life and his family members—especially Michael B. Jordan’s Brother. The fans are curious to know more about his bond with his brother and what kind of a person his brother actually is.
Michael Bakari Jordan was born on the 9th of February, 1987, is an American actor, director, and film producer. He is well known for his film roles as shooting victim Oscar Grant in the drama Fruitvale Station in 2013, boxer Donnie Creed in Creed in 2015, and Erik Killmonger’s infamous superhero film Black Panther in 2018. All three of these were directed by Ryan Coogler. Jordan also reprised the role of Creed in Creed II in 2018 and is set to star. And make his directorial debut in Creed III that is set to reveal in 2022. He initially started his career in acting with Wallace in the first season of the HBO crime drama series The Wire in 2002.
In 2020, Jordan was selected as one of the 100 most influential people in the world by Time magazine and People‘s Sexiest Man Alive. In the same year, The New York Times ranked him 15th on its list of the 25 Greatest Actors of the 21st Century.
Michael Jordan Early and Personal life
Jordan was born on the 9th of February, 1987, in Santa Ana, California, the second most populated city, and Orange County, California. He was born to parents Donna and Michael A. Jordan. He has two siblings Jamila Jordan and Khalid Jordan. Khalid was signed as a football player at the reputed Howard University in 2010. His family has spent two years in California and later on moving to Newark, New Jersey. He attended Newark Arts High School, a five-year magnet public high school serving students in eighth through twelfth grades in Newark, Essex County, New Jersey, United States. His mother works also works in the school. And here he also played basketball.
Jordan currently lives in Los Angeles since the year 2006. He grew up in a very religious household and called himself very spiritual time and now. Since 2018 he has been living with his parents in a Sherman Oaks Home. He is also a big fan of anime, especially Naruto: Shippuden and the Dragon Ball franchise. Recently in 2018, he called a notice to the Nagorno-Karabak conflict between Armenia and Azerbaijan. About this, he tweeted that ‘No more Genocide!’. That Thinking of his Armenian friends and people in conflict everywhere, he uses this app to see what the media won’t show. He is currently dating the famous model Lori Harvey who is also the adoptive daughter of the famous comedian Steve Harvey.
Michael B. Jordan’s Brother
Jordan has two siblings. Sister, Jamila Jordan, and Brother Khalid Jordan. There is not much information about Khalid Jordan given to the media. But here’s what we know. Khalid is an alumnus at the Link Education partners and was in the 2006 batch. After he graduated from Link, he attended Science Park High School for his freshman year. Later on, he transferred to and graduating from Arts High School. And following the family Legacy, he took upon and majored in Television Production. Khalid used to play football in his high school days for the Malcolm X. Shabazz High School, which led him to procure an athletic scholarship to play football at Howard University in Washington, D.C.
While he was at Howard, he obtained various internships with Sesame Workshop, BET (DC and NY), and many other Viacom companies. After he graduated from Howard, he moved back to California to work in the entertainment industry. And begin his career in the mailroom at William Morris Endeavor talent agency. He worked for three and a half years in the Television Literary and Digital Department; Then, he got employment as a mass appeal manager. And then finally reached his current position as a Creative Development Executive at Warner Brothers Television.