Jordan Francis (Dave 'Whynot' Whynacht)

Published on August 30, 2010


Jordan Francis showed signs of talent at a very young age, landing the role of the mischievous ‘Shuggie’ on an episode of Real Kids, Real Adventures at the age of seven. Shortly after, he took a break from television and went on to do live theatre, including Peter Pan and the leading role of ‘Simba’ in Disney’s The Lion King.

When he was only 11 years old, Jordan began writing music. One of his first songs, “No Matter”, made it onto his hometown radio station’s first CD compilation and more recently,  one of his songs was featured in the film, How She Moves. Jordan’s talents do not stop with acting and music: he has also won many awards and scholarships for dancing throughout the U.S. and Canada.

In 2006, he held the title of “Choreographer of the Year” at the IPD showcase and has recently added three more choreographer awards to his credits, including Young Choreographer 2008. He has danced in the movie, Honey, starring Jessica Alba and Missy Elliot and Music Man starring Matthew Broderick.

Jordan is also a well known lead voice actor. His voice can be heard on the Kids WB, The Learning Channel, and most recently, Teletoon, where he is in his fourth season as the voice of Jamie James in the hit series, Carl Squared.

He recently played the role of Barron in Disney’s television movie phenomenon, Camp Rock, and reprized his role in Camp Rock 2.

You can follow Jordan’s musical exploits on MySpace or you can join the almost 40,000 fans following him on Twitter.

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