George W. Jordan is an actor, narrator, seasoned broadcaster, and program producer. George spent 25 years working for the CBC as a TV news anchor, radio host, and internal training consultant.
Prior to that he worked for various radio and television stations in Canada including in Peterborough, Toronto, Montreal, and Halifax.
He is a principal voice and host of the Royal Nova Scotia International Tattoo - a live variety show which entertains audiences of more than 60 thousand people per year.
He has served as Nova Scotia's Chief Consumer Advocate on Auto Insurance Reform. George has also worked to promote Halifax internationally and was a founding member of a committee which helped Halifax twin with Campeche, Mexico.
His acting roles include an on-going part on CBC Radio's " Clean Sweep." He has also appeared on " Black Harbour " on CBC television and was a featured guest on " Growing Up Canadian " on History Television. In 2006, George worked as a writer and host on the film, " Halifax Harbour: A Geological History " produced by Moonglow Digital. George is now working on a television series called " The Life Changers " in co-operation with the Association of Atlantic Universities.
George has trained executives and community leaders in media presentation skills for such diverse organizations as King's College, Maritime Life, Mount Allison University, TD Bank, and the Royal Canadian Mounted Police.
As a voice actor, he has narrated numerous commercials and films and has many different characters and voices to share with audiences.