Jordana Spiro is an American actress as well as a filmmaker who has produced and directed several documentaries and short films. Making a debut in the TV role with a small role in Last Chance, she got a chance to appear in several onscreen roles including If These Walls Could Talk, Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Her career got huge limelight after she made her portrayal as a doctor in the TV series, The Mob Doctor. Her lead role in the comedy series My Boys is also famous.
Jordana Ariel Spiro aka Jordana Spiro was born on November 12, 1977, in New York City, USA to Harry Spiro and Brigitte Spiro in a Jewish family. She has for siblings which includes three sisters and one brother. She is of American nationality and belongs to mixed ethnicity as her father's ancestor were from Belgium, Russia and Germany, and mother from Irish, French and English background.
Regarding education, she joined Circle in the Square Theater School to learn acting. She also joined acting at The Royal Academy of Dramatic Arts in London for a short period. She attended Odyssey Theater located in Los Angeles and received training from there. Later on, she graduated from Columbia University and graduated from there with the MFA Program in Filmmaking.
The 42 years old, Jordana Spiro’s husband is Matthew Spitzer. The couple shared the wedding vows after several years of relationship a decade before; however, details on it is yet to be disclosed.
Together they are the parents of a daughter who was born in late 2014.
From more than two decades of her career in the industry, she has been able to accumulate $2 million of net worth. As per the celebrity net worth, she is supposed to receive $75 thousand per episode as a TV series salary.
Jordana made her debut as an actress in 1995 with her role as a Chase in the American sitcom, Maybe This Time. Following this, she made her guest appearance in several series including Beverly Hills, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, City Guys.
Her big-screen debut came in 1999 after she was cast in the American Western Horror film, From Dusk Till Dawn 3: The Hangman’s Daughter. Some of her other notable works include Must Love Dogs, Living & Dying, Playas Ball.
Her recent appearance is in the movie, To the Stars where she shared the screen alongside Kara Hayward, Liana Liberato, Malin Akerman, among others.