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Rhoda Jordan

Rhoda Jordan was born on August 3, 1979 in San Jose, California, USA as Rhoda Elizabeth Jordan. She is an actress and producer, known for Rule of 3 (2008), Aquanoids (2003) and Death Factory (2002). See full bio »

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Rule of 3
Aquanoids Christina
Death Factory
Death Factory Leticia
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 2014 Living Things
 2008 Rule of 3
 2004 Galaxy Hunter
 2004 Never Die Alone
Brenda (uncredited)
 2003 The Mummy's Kiss
 2003 Aquanoids
 2002 Urban Playground
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Don't get bogged down in all the little steps: financing, planning, taking meetings. Eric and I know people who've done nothing but have meetings for literally 10 years (laughs). You should do whatever it takes to shorten the distance between yourself and a movie set. Make a movie for 500 dollars, if you have to. Get into the art of it; understand the aesthetic side; and own it as fast as ... See more »


Studied Film Writing at Emerson College (Boston, MA). See more »

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