Jordan Loughran

Goodwill Ambassador focusing on 'Menstruation and Periods'

Jordan Loughran is an avid lover of the Creative Arts and Languages. She has been acting since the age of 13. One of her earliest jobs was in the CBBC series, UgetMe. She also played the title role in the award-winning short film Saving Nellie starring Helen Baxendale and James Fleet. This was all while balancing her studies at The Grey Coat Hospital School for Girls in Westminster. For Sixth Form, she moved to Camden School for Girls where she continued learning languages, specialising in French and Spanish. At this time, she performed in the BBC Radio 3 play The Lamplighter by award-winning poet Jackie Kay.

Jordan continued studying French and Spanish at King’s College London. In the summer of her first year, she performed in the award-winning play Spur of the Moment at the prestigious Royal Court Theatre in London. After graduating, she landed a lead role in the BAFTA-winning CBBC online series Dixi. She then went onto to star in the Disney series Evermoor in the role of Sorsha. In 2017, she played Tip, one of the lead roles in the NBC series Emerald City. Last year, she filmed the upcoming sci-fi series Raised By Wolves, playing the role of Tempest. Most recently, she wrote and directed the short film Supper.

She is best known from her role of Sorsha Doyle on the Disney Channel’s adventure and fantasy TV series Evermoor.