At 31 years old, Jordan Rodrigues has this physical status:
Rodrigues's first professional acting experience was when he played the role of the young Simba in The Lion King's Australian tour at the Capitol Theatre starting in October 2003. He had no training prior to the audition but still got the role on stage as one of the lead characters. He performed three times per week for two and a half years.
Rodrigues then trained at Brent Street for over ten years, he has studied jazz, ballet, hip hop, drama and singing.
In January 2008, Rodrigues announced he wanted a career in acting and joined an acting agency. He received several commercial roles and auditioned for the part of Jai Fernandez in Home and Away. He made his debut in March 2008. In 2009, Rodrigues was nominated for a TV Week Silver Logie as Most Popular New Talent after he finished his role as 'Jai Fernandez' on Home and Away.
In mid-2009, he landed a main role in the ABC series Dance Academy. He was cast as one of the main characters, Christian Reed. In 2013, he appeared in the Australian 4-part mini-series Better Man.
From 2014 to 2018, he had a recurring role in the ABC family show The Fosters in the second to fifth season. He portrayed Mat, one of Brandon's bandmates and Mariana's boyfriend. In 2015, he guest starred in an episode on Hawaii Five-0 called "Moʻo ʻolelo Pu". He also starred in film Breaking Through as JJ. In 2017 he appeared in the film Lady Bird as the titular character's older brother.
From 2018, he played Trey Emory, one of the main characters in the Hulu original series Light as a Feather.