A singer, songwriter, multi-instrumentalist, actor, and dancer who cites influences spanning Luther Vandross and Metallica, Jordan Fisher is a native in Birmingham, Alabama. He got his start on-stage with the drama department at Paine Intermediate School, later moving on to Red Mountain Theatre Company. He was also an accomplished gymnast and choreographer. Making his television debut on iCarly in 2009, Fisher went on to win a recurring roles on The Secret Life of the American Teenager and Liv and Maddie. He also starred in (and contributed music to) the television movie Teen Beach (2013) and its sequel (2015) before appearing as Doody in 2016’s Grease Live.

Jordan Fisher In the meantime, Fisher signed with Hollywood Records and, in August 2016, issued the four-track Jordan Fisher. Blending R&B and pop, the EP debuted at number 18 on the Billboard Heatseekers Albums, and its lead single, “All About Us,” reached the Top 30 of the Pop Songs chart. Later that year, Fisher could be heard on a pair of collaborations with Lin-Manuel Miranda, performing a duet with him on “You’re Welcome” from Disney’s Moana, as well as joining the cast of Broadway’s Hamilton. A few months after leaving Hamilton in March of 2017, Fisher began appearing alongside Coco Jones as one of the faces of Fanta soda. That September, he made his debut as a contestant on the 25th season of Dancing with the Stars.