Montana Jordan, the breakout American actor born on March 8, 2003, has become a familiar face on the screen, particularly for his portrayal of Georgie Cooper in the hit series “Young Sheldon.” Beyond his acting prowess, fans often wonder about the physical stature of this rising star. So, just how tall is Montana Jordan?
Standing at a height of 1.75 meters (5 feet 9 inches), Montana Jordan possesses a presence that extends beyond his on-screen charisma. Born in Longview, Texas, and raised in Ore City, Texas, the 18-year-old actor’s journey to stardom began in 2015 when he clinched his first role in the Jody Hill-directed film “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter.” The film, starring Josh Brolin as his father and Danny McBride as a friend, marked the inception of Jordan’s impressive career.
In March 2017, Montana Jordan secured a pivotal role as George “Georgie” Cooper, Jr., in the “Big Bang Theory” spin-off, “Young Sheldon.” This casting choice proved to be a career-defining moment, earning him a nomination for Best Performance in a TV Series – Supporting Teen Actor at the 39th Young Artist Awards.
His filmography showcases a diverse range of roles, including his mainstay character as Georgie Cooper Jr. in “Young Sheldon,” the role of Jaden Ferguson in “The Legacy of a Whitetail Deer Hunter,” and a guest appearance in “The Big Bang Theory” episode titled “The VCR Illumination.”
While accolades and nominations underscore his talent, Montana Jordan’s height adds a physical dimension to his screen presence. As “Young Sheldon” continues into its seventh season, fans can appreciate not only the depth of his performances but also the stature that makes him stand out in the entertainment industry.