Jordan Chase in “Charmed”
Jordan Donica stars as Jordan Chase in The CW’s popular reboot of the original series “Charmed.”
Donica recently guest-starred in the award-winning police procedural drama “Blue Bloods,” and his film credits include a role in the horror flick “Coda: An Independent Film” by Abe Purvis.
Donica originated the role of Freddy Eynsford-Hill in the 2018 Tony® award-nominated Lincoln Center Theater production of “My Fair Lady.” He also starred as Marquis de Lafayette and Thomas Jefferson in the first Los Angeles and San Francisco companies of “Hamilton.” He made his debut starring as the leading man, Raoul, Vicomte de Chagny, in the historic Broadway production of “The Phantom of the Opera.” He starred as Sir Lancelot in Lincoln Center Theater’s gala production of “Camelot,” opposite Lin Manuel Miranda, as well as Rapunzel’s Prince in “Into the Woods” at New York City Center’s Encores! In addition to his theater and TV work, Donica was featured at the Washington National Opera gala at The Kennedy Center, the Pasadena Symphony, and the Indianapolis Symphony Orchestra.
Originally from Indianapolis, Indiana, Donica is a 2016 graduate of Otterbein University, where he graduated Cum Laude with a BFA in Musical Theatre. His regional credits include “Jesus Christ Superstar,” “South Pacific,” “The Greenshow,” “Dames at Sea,” and “Romeo and Juliet,” a performance which earned him the Indianapolis Mitty Most Impressive Actor Award in 2013. He was also featured at the American Songbook Hall of Fame celebration at the invitation of Michael Feinstein.
Donica also directed the 2015 Festival Play “Little Prints,” a new student work that he worked on with playwright Anna Mulhall. He is currently at work writing his musical, “Bully,” and directed a gala performance of “Exonerated” at Northwestern University for the Center on Wrongful Convictions featuring Harry Lennix and Katrina Lenk.
An ambassador for The Innocence Project, family is everything to Donica, because without the “little village” of women who raised him, he would not be where he is today. “Every day is a gift.”