Rhoda Jordan (born August 3, 1979) is an actor and screenwriter from Los Angeles, California, who has appeared in Never Die Alone with DMX, Aquanoids, and Death Factory with Tiffany Shepis. She is of African-American and Filipino descent.

Rhoda Jordan wrote the screenplay for and played a supporting role in the film Rule of Three, which had its world premiere in July 2008 at the Fantasia Festival,[1] and its U.S. premiere in September 2008 at Fantastic Fest.[2]

In 2011, Jordan produced a short film adaptation of Jack Ketchum's short story "Mail Order."[3]

Jordan is the sister of jazz guitarist Stanley Jordan and the wife of writer-director Eric Shapiro.


  1. Davis, M.. A Multitude of Guests at Fantasia Festival 2008. Retrieved on April 7, 2012.
  2. Jones, M. (September 17, 2008). Stalk Fantastic films online, for free.
  3. Zimmerman, Samuel (May 19, 2011). Rule of Three Filmmakers Serve Up Uhort Adaptation of Ketchum's Mail Order. Fangoria. Retrieved on April 7, 2012.

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