Jordan Fisher

All-round entertainer Jordan Fisher became another in a long line of breakout Disney Channel stars when he stole the show in heavily-publicized TV special "Grease: Live" (Fox, 2016). Born in Birmingham, AL in 1994, Fisher began singing, dancing and acting from a young age and after being spotted by a Disney Channel scout at his hometown's Red Mountain Theatre Company, he made his on-screen debut playing a speed dater in kids sitcom "iCarly" (Nickelodeon, 2007-2012). Following a move with his family to Los Angeles, Fisher bagged the recurring role of Dr. Marshall Bowman's love child Jacob in family drama "The Secret Life of the American Teenager" (ABC Family, 2008-2013), and got the chance to showcase his musical prowess as quirky surfer dude Seacat in the kids phenomenon "Teen Beach Movie" (Disney Channel, 2013) and its 2015 sequel. Fisher was then cast as Liv's former nemesis-turned-love interest Holden Dippledorf in "Liv and Maddie" (Disney Channel, 2013-17), enjoyed a two-episode stint as blood-thirsty chimera Noah in young adult hit "Teen Wolf" (MTV, 2011-) and signed a recording contract with Disney label Hollywood Records. But most prime-time viewers were first introduced to his many talents when he delivered a magnetic performance as Danny's goofy friend Doody in one of several Broadway musicals to receive the televised treatment, "Grease! Live" (Fox, 2016).