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MICHAEL B. JORDAN (Bryan Stevenson / Producer) is an actor/producer who won a 2019 NAACP Image Award for Best Supporting Actor and a 2019 Screen Actors Guild Award, as part of the Outstanding Motion Picture Cast, for "Black Panther," following critical acclaim for his multi-dimensional portrayal of the tormented Erik Killmonger. The Marvel juggernaut, directed by Ryan Coogler, grossed more than $1.3 billion at the global box office and was nominated for a 2019 Academy Award for Best Picture.

In late 2018, he starred in and produced "Creed II," returning to the role of Adonis Creed, which he originated in the first "Creed." "Creed II" broke box office records as the highest-grossing live-action film to ever open on Thanksgiving weekend.

Earlier this year, Jordan and his production company, Outlier Society, inked a first-look film deal with Warner Bros. Pictures and a first-look television deal with Amazon Studios. Outlier Society has co-produced the Emmy-nominated HBO Films' adaptation of "Fahrenheit 451," which netted Jordan a Producers Guild Award.

Jordan's impressive upcoming film slate includes the Denzel Washington-directed feature "Journal for Jordan"; re-teaming for the fourth time with director Ryan Coogler, on "Wrong Answer"; "Methuselah"; and "Without Remorse," based on the Tom Clancy series.

Jordan first garnered industry-wide attention for his breakout role in "Fruitvale Station," which won the Grand Jury Prize and Audience Award at Sundance Film Festival in 2013 among other accolades that year.


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