Tariq Jordan is an actor, teacher, and writer based in London. He trained at Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Arts and the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama, graduating in 2007. He has worked extensively as a performer on stage and screen.
His TV credits include; White Girl by Abi Morgan, George Gently, Spooks, Lewis, Shameless, and Law and Order. Theatrical credits include; Guantanamo (Tricycle Theatre, New Ambassadors: West End, House of Congress, and House of Commons), Wah Wah Girls (Sadler’s Wells / Kneehigh), The Bomb (Tricycle Theatre), Pip in Great Expectations (Watford Palace / English Touring Theatre), This Flesh is Mine, and When Nobody Returns (Border Crossings), Fragile Land (Hampstead Theatre).
As a qualified teacher, Tariq has worked extensively with young people in UK state schools and has also taught in the Middle East.
His debut play Ali and Dahlia was inspired by his experiences working in Palestine as well as having Russian-Jewish and Iraqi-Muslim heritage.
Ali and Dahlia is his debut play.