Jordan Ladd

Movie Actress

Jordan Ladd was born in Hollywood, California, United States on January 14th, 1975 and is the Movie Actress. At the age of 49, Jordan Ladd biography, profession, age, height, weight, eye color, hair color, build, measurements, education, career, dating/affair, family, news updates, movies, and networth are available.

Other Names / Nick Names
Jordan Elizabeth Ladd, Jordan
Date of Birth
January 14, 1975
United States
Place of Birth
Hollywood, California, United States
49 years old
Zodiac Sign
$1 Million
Actor, Film Actor, Television Actor
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Jordan Ladd Height, Weight, Eye Color and Hair Color

At 49 years old, Jordan Ladd has this physical status:

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Jordan Ladd Religion, Education, and Hobbies
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Webb Schools, Southern Methodist University
Jordan Ladd Spouse(s), Children, Affair, Parents, and Family
Conor O'Neill (m. 2001; div. 2005)
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Dating / Affair
Conor O’Neill
David Ladd, Cheryl Ladd
Alan Ladd (paternal grandfather), Sue Carol (paternal grandmother), Alan Ladd Jr. (paternal uncle)
Jordan Ladd Life

Jordan Elizabeth Laddd (born January 14, 1975) is an American actress.

Cheryl Ladd's daughter and producer David Ladd first appeared in several made-for-television films before making her big screen debut at 19 in the vampire film Embrace of the Vampire (1994).

She appeared in Nowhere (1997) and the film Never Been Kissed (1999).

Ladd became well-known as a scream queen, having appeared in several successful horror films, including Cabin Fever (2002), Club Dread (2004), Death Proof (2007), and Grace (2009).

Personal life

Ladd was born in Hollywood, California, the daughter of Charlie's Angels actress Cheryl Ladd (née Stoppelmoor) and David Ladd, a writer and former actor, and a singer. In 1980, her parents divorced. Alan Laddd, an actor and producer of British descent, and her paternal grandmother, Sue Carol (née Evelyn Lederer), a Hollywood talent agent and actress of Jewish descent, was the subject of her paternal grandfather. Lindsay Russell, a step-sister, is a young actress.

She graduated from high school in 1993 and managed to lead a normal life amid her family's fame; she once observed: "You should drink before you can and enter places you can't." However, I didn't want to do the Hollywood nightlife thing once I started acting professionally." She attended Southern Methodist University in Dallas, Texas.

Conor O'Neill, a long-time boyfriend, married her in 2001. In July 2005, the couple divorced.


Jordan Ladd Career


Laddd first appeared in commercials at the age of two. Polaroid was her first commercial. While in school, she began acting in film and television, as she appeared in made-for-television films such as The Girl Who Came Between Them (1990) and Emily Back (1993). She began acting professionally after leaving high school.

She appeared in an episode of Saved by the Bell: The New Class's 1994 revival, as a campus slut opposite Alyssa Milano in the vampire film Embrace of the Vampire. The majority of the 1990s was spent in a number of independent films, including Inside Out, Nowhere, Stand-ins (all 1997), and Taking the Plunge (1999). She gained her first high-profile role as a popular teenager tortures an insecure copy editor in the teen comedy Never Been Kissed alongside Drew Barrymore in 1999. The film was a commercial success, grossing US$84.5 million globally, and gave her a first wide audience.

Ladd appeared in The Specials (2000), a comedy about a group of superheroes on their day off; in the film, she played a neurotic named Nightbird. She had also appeared in E.A. as an actress competing for an Academy Award in 2000. Best Actress was the first original film to be released, as well as the critically acclaimed anthology film Boys Life 3.

In Eli Roth's debut film Cabin Fever (2002), Ladd starred as both a college graduate and the perpetrator of a flesh-eating virus. Ladd said it was "insane" to work on the film, which began only a month after 9/11. "We shut down, we got up and running, and then we closed down again." We just wanted to finish the film and hoped that people would actually understand and appreciate it. Even the tougher stuff, we had a blast doing it. I'd rather work that way rather than on a big-budget fancy thing in which you are completely detached from the process." With Roth and the film, she knew that her future would begin focusing on the horror genre as she had a "true education on that way of storytelling." Critics generally lauded Cabin Fever, which earned US$30.5 million on a budget of US$1.5 million. In David Lynch's Japanese-style horror film Darkened Room (also 2002), she played a crying woman.

In 2004, Laddd played a criminal in a string of murders on a vacationing island in the horror comedy Club Dread, and starred as a mental health care facility nurse in the horror Madhouse. In Complex magazine's "15 Greatest Scenes In Mainstream Horror Movies," her topless scene in Club Dread ranked 14th. She appeared in Waiting, 2005, opposite Anna Faris, Ryan Reynolds, and Justin Long, and In 2006, she appeared in David Lynch's Inland Empire, which also starred her mother.

In Death Proof, Quentin Tarantino's high-speed segment of the double-feature exploitation horror Grindhouse (2007), alongside Rosario Dawson, Tracie Thoms, Zoms, and Kurt Russell, Quentin Tarantino portrayed her as a wild, partying Texan and the perpetrator of a fatal stuntman. The film flopped at the box office, but it gained a lot of media buzz and critical acclaim. In his contribution to Grindhouse, director Eli Roth appeared on the radio in Laddd's fake promotion titled Thanksgiving, which she shot "on the fly over" in Prague, where Hostel: Part II was shot; in the horror film, she played the mother of the sole survivor of the first film.

Ladd's latest film, Grace (2009), depicted a woman who, after a car crash, decides to carry her unborn baby to term. The film was seen on the film festival circuit in North America, earning critical acclaim. In what he described as "a satirical horror feast that mines modern motherhood for all its latent fears," John Anderson of Variety said Laddd played her part with "tongue planted firmly in cheek." She appeared in the made-for-television film The Wishing Well in 2009 as a journalist from New York City sent to a small town in Illinois to cover a legendary wishing well.

First Dates, Ladd's comedic short film about several single people, explored the dating scene. On January 8, 2011, the film premiered at the AFI screening room in Los Angeles. She appeared in Awaken (2012), the first film at the Newport Beach Film Festival, as a mysterious woman whose mundane life of a man. She appeared in Air Collision, as a stewardess, and in the thriller Murder on the 13th Floor as a wife who discovers her husband is having an affair with the live-in nanny and vows to seek revenge.

In 2015, Ladd appeared in an episode of the YouTube horror anthology film Scary Endings, directed by John Fitzpatrick. She reunited with Fitzpatrick for the short thriller film Brentwood Strangler, in which she played a lonely woman on a blind date with a man who, unbeknownst to her, was replaced by an explosive and notorious serial killer, opposite Adam J. Yeend and Annika Marks. Following an introduction by Skypemare actress Cerina Vincent, who appeared on Cabin Fever, she was cast in her role. To a positive critical response, the 19-minute film premiered on film festival circuits in North America and Australia, to a rousing response. Laddd has been dubbed a "liberally vivacious woman" who "let her guard down and exposes her vulnerability," according to Gruesome Magazine.

In 2017, Ladd performed in Stage Fright as an opera soprano facing a string of challenges, as well as in the independent drama Blue Line as a woman who goes on a murder spree to kidna her intimate husband and escape her marriage.


The actress claims that'shaken' friend pleaded guilty' of assaulting her, November 4, 2022
Jordan Ladd, 47, (left), told the court on Thursday that her friend referred to rape by Danny Masterson. She looked distraught and was physically ill.' Ladd appeared to the court that she was emotional... she was trembling.' Three women, Jane Does 1, 2, 2 and 3, have accused Masterson, 46, of raping them inside his Hollywood Hills home from 2001 to 2003. Masterson has denied charges.
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