Jordan Ladd is an American actress best recognized as a “scream queen” due to the fact that she has appeared in several horror movies. Her film credits include ‘Never Been Kissed’, ‘Cabin Fever’, ‘Death Proof’, ‘Club Dread’, ‘Grace’, ‘Crazy Little Thing’, ‘Darkened Room’ and ‘Grindhouse’. Ladd has also worked on television and has contributed to the show ‘Robot Chicken’. Besides this, she has guest-starred in a number of TV programs such as 'Charlie's Angels', 'Love Street', 'Saved by the Bell: The New Class', 'Six Feet Under' and ‘Scary Endings’. In addition, the actress has performed in numerous television movies as well, the popular ones being 'Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back' and ‘Every Mother's Worst Fear’. Ladd, who loves working in horror-related projects, is a simple and confident lady. Currently a divorcee, she is an independent, strong, and intelligent woman.
At the age of two, Jordan Ladd started appearing in advertisements. She began acting while in school and appeared in movies like ‘The Girl Who Came Between Them’ and ‘Broken Promises: Taking Emily Back’ at that time. In 1994, she did the flick ‘Embrace of the Vampire’ and appeared in an episode each of ‘Love Street’ and ‘Saved by the Bell: The New Class’ respectively. After this, Ladd was cast in the TV film ‘Weapons of Mass Distraction’.
In the year 1999, she had a major role as Gibby Zerefski in the flick ‘Never Been Kissed’. A year later, she performed in the short film ‘Boys Life 3’. Then after she acted in the 2002 movies ‘Crazy Little Thing’, ‘Darkened Room’ and ‘Cabin Fever’, the actress appeared in the direct-to-video ‘Madhouse’. She appeared in the series ‘Robot Chicken’ from 2005 to 2007. During this time, Ladd also got featured in the films ‘Inland Empire’, ‘Hostel: Part II’ and ‘Grindhouse’.
After this, she did the TV movie ‘The Wishing Well’ and appeared as Cynthia Tamerline in it. Then in 2012, the actress had a role in the direct-to-video ‘Air Collision’. Three years later, she appeared as Grace in the show ‘Scary Endings’. After this, she got the opportunity to act in the flick ‘Brentwood Strangler’.
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Jordan Ladd was born as Jordan Elizabeth Ladd on January 14, 1975 in Los Angeles, California, USA, to Cheryl and David Ladd. Her sisters Lindsay Russell and Shane Ladd are also actresses. Ladd studied at the Webb Schools California and then attended the Southern Methodist University in Texas. However, she dropped out after a year. The actress married her longtime sweetheart, film editor Conor O'Neill in the year 2001. The couple parted ways in July 2005.