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Jordan Patrick Smith Personal Information, Career, Relationship Status, Net Worth and FAQs!

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Jordan Patrick Smith is a Scottish actor who was born on 18 June 1989. After completing high school, he started his acting career by participating in commercials. He got an education at St Columba’s High School in Scotland and then went to Carmel Catholic College in Australia.

Personal Information

Full Name Jordan Patrick Smith
Date of Birth 18 June 1989
Age  32 years old
Birthplace Scotland, UK
Profession Singer, Songwriter
Height 6’
Weight 65 kg
Shoe Size
Spouse Kristen Denny
Net Worth $18 million

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Jordan became famous for playing the role of Andrew Robinson in the soap opera ‘Neighbours.’ No doubt she played an amazing role in it .Moreover, he also appeared in many films such as Unbroken and Banished and Vikings. Moreover, he was part of H2O: Just Add Water. Besides, Smith was noted in Mortified and Home and Away.

Relationship Status

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However, some people also say that she is also with Sophie Vavasseur, who is princess Ellisif from Vikings. Actually, they are a real-life couple.

Sophie is an Irish actress and best-known for Resident Evil: Apocalypse, Reign of Fire, and Becoming Jane. They also did two episodes of Vikings together. According to some reports, they are going to marry soon.

Net Worth

Jordan Patrick Smith is earning a handsome amount of money. His estimated net worth of Smith is $18 million.

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Who is Jordan Patrick?

Australian actor (born June 18, 1989) in Scotland. He is widely famous for portraying Ubbe, Ragnar's son, in Vikings.

What movies is Jordan Patrick Smith in?

He was in blockbuster movies, Unbroken (2014), The Ruins (2008), and Kerion.

Where is Jordan Patrick Smith from?

The actor is from Fife, United Kingdom.

How did Jordan Smith meet his wife?

Although Morgan Rhodenhizer has no memories of Jordan, the two met in 2013 at a summer camp in New Mexico. Jordan, however, will never forget it.

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