Peggy Ann Jordan is the mother of American actor Leslie Alan Jordan. She is over 80 years of age. Her Birthday is on Jun 19. Her birthday is celebrated by his son and twin daughters every year. Her son Leslie was born to her in 1965 and she was only 20 years old at that time. Peggy Ann Jordan is very supportive to her son as her son mentioned on twitter. Once she told her son Alan that “if your Hollywood thing doesn’t work then come back to home and I will give you a standing ovation.”
We do not have many details about her because there is no reliable information available on the Internet. Here you can read about her son Leslie Alan.
Leslie Alen son of Peggy Ann Jordan
Leslie grew up in Chattanooga, Tennessee, and graduated from Brainerd High School there. Jordan stated in a 2014 interview that growing up as a Southern Baptist was challenging for him. “I was baptized a total of 14 times. ‘Come forward, sinners!’ the pastor would exclaim every time. ‘Ooh, I was out in the woods with that boy, I better get moving,’ I’d say.”
Jordan stated his mother, Peggy Ann, was loving and accepting despite never completely knowing him during an interview on Today. Jordan’s father, Allen B. Jordan, was a major in the United States Army Reserve who died in a civilian Beechcraft Debonair plane crash at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, on March 31, 1967, when Jordan was eleven years old, along with two others.
In 1982, Jordan relocated to Los Angeles, where he became engaged with drugs and alcohol, and was arrested multiple times. Jordan started journaling every day when he was 27 years old, and it helped him recover from drug and alcohol misuse.
Jordan told Wendy Williams on her talk show in 2010 that he had been sober for thirteen years. Jordan added in the same interview that when he stopped drinking, he shared a cell with Robert Downey Jr., and that when they both appeared on Ally McBeal afterwards, Downey couldn’t remember where they had met previously.
Jordan became involved in AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) as a buddy and a food delivery worker for Project Angel Food early in the AIDS crisis.
Jordan is a seasoned theatrical performer and author. He played Earl “Brother Boy” Ingram in Sordid Lives, a part he reprised in the popular cult film of the same name, in one of his most well-known stage performances.
Jordan returned to the role in a television spin-off of the film, which aired on Logo and featured him as a figure in a mental institution.
He penned and starred in the autobiographical play Lost at the Pershing Point Hotel, which was later adapted into a film. In 2004, he went on a national tour with his one-man stage comedy, Like a Dog on Linoleum, to mostly positive reviews.