Jordana Spiro is an American film and television performer who has a net worth of $2 million and salary per episode of $75,000. Jordana Spiro brought in her net worth as an actress who’s most renowned for her part as P.J. Franklin on the TBS comedy show My Boys. Jordana was born on April 12, 1977 in Manhattan, nyc. Jordana has one brother and three sisters. Spiro studied at the Circle in the Square Theater and also The Royal Academy of Dramatic Art situated in London. Later she attended Columbia University’s MFA Program in Filmmaking. Jordana also appeared in a 2009 comedy produced by Will Ferrell called The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard.
Jordana Spiro Net Worth $2 Million Dollars
Some of Jordana Spiro’s other film credits range from the 2008 Sundance film festival production The Year of Getting to Know Us, IFC’s Alone with Her and the 2011 thriller Trespass. Spiro will play the part of Dr. Grace Devlin on the upcoming American drama The Mob Doctor. Set to premiere on September 17th, 2012 on the FOX Network.
April 12, 1977
Manhattan, New York City, New York, United States
5' 7" (1.7 m)
Actor, Film Producer, Film director
Circle in the Square Theatre School, Riverdale Country School, Royal Academy of Dramatic Art
United States of America
Trespass, The Goods: Live Hard, Sell Hard, The Year of Getting to Know Us, Alone with Her, Living & Dying, Argo, Partner (s), Must Love Dogs, Playas Ball, From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman's Daughter, If These Walls Could Talk, Skin, Blindsided, The Greener Grass
The Mob Doctor, Harry's Law, Love Bites, My Boys, The Huntress, One World
Has starred in two shows set in Chicago: The Mob Doctor (2012) and My Boys (2006). She has also guest-starred in The Good Wife (2009), which is also set there. Each one of those shows was filmed in different cities: "My Boys" was mostly filmed in L.A., "The Good Wife" in NYC and "The Mob Doctor" in Chicago.
Has a tattoo on top of her right shoulder.
One of five children.
She is of Irish-English (mother) and Russian Jewish/German Jewish (father) ancestry.
College: Royal Academy of Dramatic Art, London, England.
Studied acting at New York's Circle in the Square Theatre School and the Odyssey Theatre in Los Angeles.