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James Jordan, Jim Jordan or Jimmy Jordan may refer to:

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Team sports competitors

  • James Jordan (cricketer) (1793–1866), English first-class player, mainly associated with Kent; career lasted from 1822 to 1824
  • Jimmy Jordan (1908–1957), American Major League Baseball player; played at second base and shortstop for Brooklyn Dodgers from 1933 to 1936
  • Jim Jordan (basketball) (1925–1999), American guard who played for University of North Carolina from 1944 to 1946; University of Kentucky (1946–48)

Performing arts personalities

  • Jim Jordan (1896–1988), American comedy performer who achieved radio stardom in 1930s, 1940s and 1950s portraying character known as Fibber McGee
  • James Jordan (conductor) (born 1953), American musicologist, writer and educator foremost in field of choral music; numerous publications in 2000s
  • James Jordan (dancer) (born 1978), English professional ballroom dancer who has performed on BBC TV program Strictly Come Dancing
  • James Jordan (actor) (born 1979), American performer seen, starting in 2005, in episodes of Veronica Mars and other television series

Political figures

Others

  • James Jordan (publicist) (1930–2004), American publicist and top advertising copywriter who created numerous recognizable slogans
  • James R. Jordan, Sr. (1936–1993), American businessman whose murder during a robbery resulted in national headlines due to his status as father of basketball star Michael Jordan
  • James B. Jordan (born 1949), American Calvinist theologian and author who served as Presbyterian pastor in Texas from 1980 to 1990; director Biblical Horizons ministries

See also

  • Jordan James (born 1980), Welsh rugby league player; second-row forward for the Widnes Vikings; career began in 2002
  • Jordan (name)
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