Names Airborn & Skybreaker as her favorite books.
Her favorite town is London
The first time she set foot out of North America was when she went to London for the London MCM Expo Convention in October 2007. She spent a week there for the convention (October 20 and 21, 2007) and to go sight seeing.
Jordan has three dogs: a cocker spaniel named Cookie and a Chihuahua/Jack Russell named Bumble.
Her mom's name is Shannon, her father's John.
Her favorite food is Chocolate Mint Zone Bars.
She is afraid of sharks.
Her favorite book is Airborn and its sequel Skybreaker.
Stated that she had only skated once before filming Go Figure.
Her favorite movies are King Kong, The Notebook, Some Like It Hot, Moulin Rouge, and The 40-Year-Old Virgin.
In her spare time she enjoys running and singing.
Her favorite TV shows are The Office, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Southpark, Seinfeld, My Name is Earl, Friends, Scrubs, and many more.
Her favorite subjects are Writing and English.
Her favorite actors are Jim Carrey, Tom Hanks and Will Ferrell.
Her favorite actresses are Nicole Kidman and Angelina Jolie.
She stated that she always wanted to go to Norway. So far she hasn't been there.
Her role models are Nicole Kidman and Marilyn Monroe.
She is home schooled.
Her brother Shaun is 10 months older than her.
Her favorite band is U2.
Her favorite color is green.
(on moving to Los Angeles)
Jordan: It was a little surreal at first; I was like, "I'm actually here; I'm actually going to be acting." You get used to being there, and then it's hard to imagine not being there anymore. It's the greatest place in the world, I think. It's really awesome.
(On her ice-skating trainer, Sarah Kawahara, for the movie "Go Figure")
Jordan: She was really patient with me, and I had a great time learning. I'd never really ice-skated before, and she kind of helped me learn fast, because all I had was a month and I had to look kind of professional.
(on one of her first auditions)
Jordan: It was one of my very first auditions, and I was sooo nervous. I waited in the hall and studied my lines until the casting director called me into the office. Once we were ready, she said 'OK, let's get going...' So I started doing the scene since I had the first line. There I was, rambling away, until she suddenly stopped me in the middle of my paragraph. As it turns out, I was reciting the wrong line...because I read the wrong script! I felt completely embarrassed.