La'Chris Jordan

Brand Consultant & Web Designer

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LA’CHRIS JORDAN is an award-winning playwright, author and writer/director based in Los Angeles who is known for creating compelling historical and social dramas centered on women and families. A West Coast and Louisiana native with French, German, and Swedish roots, La’Chris is a University of Washington grad who was a feature writer for The Gulf News in Dubai, United Arab Emirates. Upon her return to the United States, La'Chris turned her attention to theatre, TV and film. She made her directorial debut with January 14th which is currently streaming on Apple TV+. The award-winning film has been screened at 70+ film festivals worldwide and received 50+ award wins and honors including an Africa Movie Academy Awards nomination for Best Diaspora Short Film. Winner of the 2019 Script Lab Screenwriting Contest, La’Chris is a 2021 BIPOC Writers Fellow, a Stowe Story Labs alum, a finalist for the SAGindie Fellowship, a Second Rounder for both the Sundance Episodic Lab and Austin Film Festival as well as a semi-finalist for the Lila Acheson American Playwriting Program at Juilliard. For TV, La'Chris has worked on a variety of scripted and unscripted projects with Discovery Studios, TV One, CLEO TV, and Bounce TV. She served as publicity coordinator for hit shows Uncensored, Unsung, ATL Homicide, New Soul Kitchen, Just Eats With Chef JJ, Lens of Culture, Urban One Honors, Black Music Honors and the NAACP Image award nominee The Beat Don’t Stop, a documentary about the history of go-go music in Washington, D.C., featuring Chuck Brown, Doug E. Fresh, Anwan Glover, Junk Yard Band, Trouble Funk, Backyard Band, and many others. On the scripted side, La’Chris has also worked on several movies including TV One’s The Bobby DeBarge Story and Reset by indie filmmaker and Academy Nicholl Finalist Arun K. Vir. 

 

La’Chris has feature films in development with Vyre Network, a new streaming service, and Level 4 Press, winner of nine literary gold medals and 24 finalist awards.