Leslie Jordan
Jordan in September 2022 at the National Book Festival
Leslie Allen Jordan

(1955-04-29)April 29, 1955
DiedOctober 24, 2022(2022-10-24) (aged 67)
  • Actor
  • comedian
  • writer
  • singer
Years active1986–2022

Leslie Allen Jordan (April 29, 1955 – October 24, 2022) was an American actor, comedian, writer, and singer.[1] His television roles include Beverley Leslie on Will & Grace (2001–2006 and 2017–2020), several characters on television in the American Horror Story franchise (2013–2019), Sid on The Cool Kids (2018–2019), Phil on Call Me Kat (2021–2022), and Lonnie Garr on Hearts Afire (1993–1995). On stage, he played Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram in the 1996 play Sordid Lives, later portraying the character in the 2000 film of the same name. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Jordan became an Instagram contributor, amassing 5.8 million followers in 2020, and published his autobiography How Y'all Doing? Misadventures and Mischief from a Life Well Lived in April 2021.

Early and personal life

Jordan was born on April 29, 1955,[2] and was raised in Chattanooga, Tennessee.[3][4] He graduated from Brainerd High School.[5] Jordan said his mother, Peggy Ann Jordan (née Griffin; 1935–2022),[6] was supportive and accepting, despite never truly understanding him. Jordan's father, Allen Bernard Jordan, was a major in the United States Army Reserve and died, along with two others, in the crash of a civilian Beechcraft Debonair airplane at Camp Shelby, Mississippi, on March 31, 1967, when Jordan was almost 12 years old.[3][7][6] In a 2014 interview, Jordan said that he had a difficult time growing up Southern Baptist. "I was baptized 14 times. Every time the preacher would say, 'Come forward, sinners!' I'd say, 'Oooh, I was out in the woods with that boy. I better go forward.'"[8]

Jordan moved to Los Angeles in 1982, where he became involved with drugs and alcohol and was arrested several times. He began to journal daily, which helped him recover from drug and alcohol abuse.[9] In 2010, Jordan told talk show host Wendy Williams that he had been sober for 13 years.[10] In the same appearance, Jordan said that before he gave up drinking, he once shared a cell with Robert Downey Jr., and when they both appeared later on Ally McBeal, Downey couldn't quite place where they had met before.[10]

Jordan was gay.[11] Early in the AIDS crisis, Jordan became involved in AIDS Project Los Angeles (APLA) as a buddy and as a food delivery-person for Project Angel Food.[12]


Film and television

Jordan began his career in 1986, appearing as Malone in the adventure series The Fall Guy.[13] He quickly became recognizable in the industry for his diminutive size and Southern drawl.[3] He appeared as newspaper editor Mr. Blackly in the movie The Help.[14] His television career includes guest appearances on Murphy Brown, Designing Women, Will & Grace, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Star Trek: Voyager, Caroline in the City, Pee-Wee's Playhouse, Reba, Boston Public, Boston Legal, Nash Bridges, American Horror Story, Perfect Strangers, and Hearts Afire.[15] In 1990, Jordan portrayed the ski patrol director in Ski Patrol.[16] In 2007, he guest-starred on the comedy drama Ugly Betty as celebrity-trasher Quincy Combs, and starred as Jesse Joe in the short-lived CW television program Hidden Palms.[17]

On the television series Will & Grace, Jordan played Beverley Leslie, Karen's pretentious, poorly-closeted rival,[18] for which he received an Emmy Award for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series at the 58th Annual Primetime Emmy Awards in 2006. His Emmy Award earned him an invitation to present the awards for Outstanding Writing for a Comedy Series and Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series at the 2006 Emmy Awards with Cloris Leachman a week later.[19] Jordan starred in the pilot episode of Laugh Out, the world's first interactive, gay-themed comedy show.[18] On August 18, 2014, Jordan became a housemate in the fourteenth season of the British reality game show Celebrity Big Brother. He was the second person to leave the Big Brother house (August 29, 2014).[20] In January 2015, Jordan guest-starred in the British sitcom Benidorm for two episodes, as the character Buck A. Roo.[21] On November 1, 2017, Jordan appeared in the new British television drama Living the Dream, produced jointly by Sky and Big Talk Productions, but branded as a Sky Original Production.[22] In 2018–2019, Jordan starred in the Fox sitcom The Cool Kids, along with Martin Mull, Vicki Lawrence, and David Alan Grier.[23]

On April 2, 2020, it was announced Jordan would play the series regular role of Phil in the Fox sitcom Call Me Kat, along with Mayim Bialik, Swoosie Kurtz, Kyla Pratt, and Cheyenne Jackson.[24] The show premiered in January 2021. The same year, Jordan was a guest panelist on season six of The Masked Singer during Week 5 where he also did a performance of "This Little Light of Mine" as "Soft Serve".[25] He later returned as a guest panelist in season seven and season eight. A posthumously-airing holiday episode of Lego Masters was one of his final works before his death.[26]


Jordan played Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram in Sordid Lives, and also portrayed this character in the popular cult film of the same name. Jordan reprised the role in a televised spin-off of the movie, which aired on Logo, where he played a character who is institutionalized in a mental hospital.[27] He wrote and starred in the autobiographical play Lost in the Pershing Point Hotel, which was also made into a motion picture. In 2004, he toured the country performing his one-man stage comedy, Like a Dog on Linoleum, to generally favorable reviews.[28][29]

Jordan's first autobiographical stage show was called Hysterical Blindness and Other Southern Tragedies That Have Plagued My Life Thus Far,[12] with music and lyrics by Joe Patrick Ward.[30][31] The production, in which Jordan was backed by a gospel choir singing satirical songs about racism and homophobia, was produced off-Broadway at the SoHo Playhouse and ran for seven months. Next, he distilled his experiences growing up as an effeminate, tiny boy in the South and in show business into an autobiographical one-man show, My Trip Down the Pink Carpet. During the opening of My Trip Down the Pink Carpet, Jordan's microphone stopped working, but he kept on with the show like nothing happened; the show was a success.[12] After touring the nation for several months with the production, the show opened off-Broadway at the Midtown Theater on April 19, 2010. The show was produced by Jordan's friend, actress Lily Tomlin. Jordan announced on The Paul O'Grady Show that he would be bringing his show to London's Apollo Theatre.[32]


Jordan released the gospel music album Company's Comin' in 2021.[1]

Social media

At the time of his death, Jordan had accumulated 5.8 million Instagram followers. His following grew substantially in response to his comedy posts during the COVID-19 pandemic.[33]


On October 24, 2022, at approximately 9:30 am PDT, while driving to film scenes at the Call Me Kat set,[34] Jordan's car, a late model BMW 2 Series Gran Coupé, hit the side of a building at Cahuenga Boulevard and Romaine Street in Hollywood.[34] He was believed to have experienced a medical episode that led to the crash. Jordan was pronounced dead at the scene.[35] He was 67 years old.[36]

In January 2023, an autopsy report revealed Jordan died by "sudden cardiac dysfunction".[37] According to the Los Angeles County Coroner's Office, Jordan died from sudden cardiac dysfunction due to arteriosclerotic cardiovascular disease. There was no evidence of alcohol or other drugs in Jordan's system. At the time of his death, he had been sober for more than two decades.[38]


In 2021, Jordan received GALECA: The Society of LGBTQ Entertainment Critics' Timeless Star award, the group's career achievement honor given to "an actor or performer whose exemplary career is marked by character, wisdom and wit."[39] Jordan accepted the award, previously bestowed on Jane Fonda, Meryl Streep, John Waters, Harvey Fierstein, Lily Tomlin, Dame Angela Lansbury, and Sir Ian McKellen, in the Society's Dorian Awards 'Toast' TV[40]

He also won an Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series Emmy Award in 2006 for his part as Beverley Leslie in Will & Grace.[41]






Year Title Role Notes
1988 Moving Customer at Bar [45]
1990 Ski Patrol Murray [45][46][47]
1992 Hero Court Official [45][46]
1992 Missing Pieces Krause [46]
1993 Jason Goes to Hell: The Final Friday Shelby [45][46][48]
1995 Black Velvet Pantsuit Ernie [49][50]
1996 Shoot the Moon [51]
1997 Two Weeks from Sunday Short[52]
1998 Goodbye Lover Homer [45][46]
1998 Hamburger Helper Larry Lewis Short
1999 Eat Your Heart Out Director [45]
2000 John John in the Sky Tot Dixon a.k.a. I'll Wave Back[45]
2000 Lost in the Pershing Point Hotel Storyteller Writer (play; screenplay)[45][46]
2000 Sordid Lives Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram [45][46][47]
2001 The Gristle Jake Bennett [53]
2003 Farm Sluts Coroner Short
2003 Moving Alan Arthur [54]
2004 Home on the Range Photographer (voice) [55][56]
2004 Madhouse Dr. Morton [45]
2005 Sissy Frenchfry Principal Principle Short[45]
2007 Watch & Learn Martin Short[57]
2007 Undead or Alive: A Zombedy Padre [45][46]
2008 Roadside Romeo Additional voices [citation needed]
2009 Eating Out 3: All You Can Eat Harry [45][46]
2009 Rockabilly Baby Writer (play)[58][59]
2010 Demonic Toys: Personal Demons Prof. Butterfield [45]
2010 Love Ranch Mr. Hainsworth [45]
2010 Leslie Jordan: My Trip Down the Pink Carpet Himself Stand up (also a book)[43][60]
2011 The Help Mr. Blackly [45][46][47]
2011 Mangus! Bruce Jackson [61]
2012 Hollywood to Dollywood Himself [45]
2012 Yahoo! News/Funny or Die GOP Presidential Online Internet Cyber Debate Ron Paul [62]
2013 Southern Baptist Sissies Peanut [45]
2014 Lucky Dog Mr. Kaufman [45]
2016 Fear, Inc. Judson [45]
2017 A Very Sordid Wedding Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram [45]
2021 The United States vs. Billie Holiday Reginald Lord Devine [45]
TBA Strangers in a Strange Land Gentleman Post-production; posthumous release[63]


Year Title Role Notes
1986 The Fall Guy Malone [45]
1986 The Wizard Jimmy [48]
1987 CBS Summer Playhouse Worm [64]
1988 Frankenstein General Hospital Iggy [45][46]
1988 Night Court Irwin [45][64]
1989 Midnight Caller Little Bob Johnson [45]
1989 Murphy Brown Kyle [45][46]
1989 Newhart L. Gardner [47]
1989 The People Next Door Truman Fipps 10 episodes[51][65][66]
1989 The Road Raiders Whip Uncredited[51]
1990 American Dreamer Short [47]
1990 Babes Clem [51]
1990 Pee-wee's Playhouse Busby [67]
1990 Sugar and Spice Monsieur Jacques [51]
1991 Top of the Heap Emmet Lefebvre 6 episodes[45][66]
1992 Bodies of Evidence Lemar Samuels 16 episodes[45][47]
1992 Perfect Strangers Rob Bob Phillips [47]
1992–1993 Reasonable Doubts Asst. Public Defender Clifford Sizemore
Marvin Sizemore
16 episodes[47][66]
1993 Getting By Mr. Bergner
1993–1994 Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman Alan Morris / The Invisible Man
William Wallace Webster Waldecker / Resplendent Man
1993 Nurses Mr. Cooley Waits [68]
1993–1995 Hearts Afire Lonnie Garr 28 episodes[45][47]
1995 Charlie Grace Darnell Sims [69]
1995 Courthouse Mr. Barnes [70]
1996 Coach Blatt [45][47]
1996 Star Trek: Voyager Kol Episode: "False Profits"[45][48]
1996 Mr. & Mrs. Smith Earl Borden [71]
1997 Arli$ Skip Lloyd [72]
1997 The Pretender Pat [45][47]
1997 Weird Science Boyd Butayne [51][48]
1997 Wings Teddy Kolb [45]
1998 Buddy Faro Frankie Delgado [73]
1998 Caroline in the City Dr. Leslie [47]
1998 Dharma & Greg Kenny [45][47]
1998 Ellen Top Studio Executive [47]
1998 Maximum Bob Cletus Huntley [51]
1998 Pacific Blue Bo Nyby [74]
1999 Martial Law Horatio Hawkins [75][51]
2000 Any Day Now Big Top Police Officer [51]
2000 FreakyLinks Hotel Clerk [45]
2000 Nash Bridges Walter Marley [45]
2000 Sabrina, the Teenage Witch Chuck [51][76][77]
2000, 2002 Son of the Beach Jordan 2 episodes[51]
2000 The Strip Gaston [51]
2001 Ally McBeal Dr. Benjamin Harris [45]
2001–2002 Boston Public Dr. Benjamin Harris Recurring role; 5 episodes[45][47]
Will & Grace Beverley Leslie 17 episodes[45][47]
2003 Judging Amy Reginald Hoyt [45]
2003–2004 Reba Terry / Jeweller Recurring role; 3 episodes[45]
2003 Tracey Ullman in the Trailer Tales Rog Monroe [45]
2004 George Lopez Doctor Episode: "Leave It To Lopez"[45]
2004 Monk Town Official [45]
2005–2006 American Dad! Beauregard LaFontaine (voice) 2 episodes[45]
2005 Boston Legal Bernard Ferrion Recurring role; 6 episodes[45]
2005 Chasing Christmas Past [45]
2007 Ugly Betty Quincy Combs Episode: "Punch Out"[45][47]
2007 Hidden Palms Jesse Jo Recurring role; 5 episodes[45]
2008 12 Miles of Bad Road Kenny Kingman Recurring role; 6 episodes[78][79]
2008 Privileged Dale Dart [80]
2008 Sordid Lives: The Series Earl "Brother Boy" Ingram 10 episodes[45]
2008–2011 Under the Pink Carpet Himself 4 episodes[81]
2009 Alligator Point [82]
2009 Glenn Martin, DDS Additional voices [83]
2011 Desperate Housewives Felix Bergman [45]
2011 Shake It Up Theodore Van Glorious [45]
2012 DTLA Theatre Director [45]
2012 The Game Donatella Sweetescott [84]
2012–2013 Raising Hope Reverend Bob [45]
2012 The Secret Life of the American Teenager Episode: "I Do and I Don't..."[45]
2012 The Neighbors Carla Episode: "Thanksgiving Is for the Bird-Kersees"[45]
2013 The Exes Percy Episode: "Toy Story"[85]
2013 American Horror Story: Coven Quentin Fleming Recurring role; 3 episodes[45][47]
2013–2022 RuPaul's Drag Race Himself 2 episodes, including "RuPaul Roast"; guest judge/guest director[45]
2013 Supernatural Yorkie, Mutt (voice) Episode: "Dog Dean Afternoon"[86][87]
2013 Baby Daddy Edwin the Mall Elf Episode: "Emma's First Christmas"[45]
2014 Partners Marion Phillips Episode: "Jurist Prudence"[88]
2014 Celebrity Big Brother UK Himself Series 14, 12 episodes[20]
2015 Benidorm Buck A. Roo Series 7, Episodes 1 & 2[46]
2015–2017 Con Man Leslie Jordan / 'Curley' Recurring role; 6 episodes[45]
2016 American Horror Story: Roanoke Ashley Gilbert (reenactor of Cricket Marlowe) Recurring role; 3 episodes[45][47]
2016 K.C. Undercover Cecil B. DeVille [45]
2017 Life in Pieces Neils Episode: "Poison Fire Teats Universe"[45]
2017–2019 Living the Dream Aiden [45]
2018 The Last Sharknado: It's About Time Benjamin Franklin [89]
2018–2019 The Cool Kids Sid Main role[45][47]
2019 American Horror Story: 1984 Courtney Recurring role; 4 episodes[45][47]
2021–2022 Call Me Kat Phil Main role[45][47]
2021 The Great North Thomas Wintersbone (voice) Episode: "Pride and Prejudice Adventure"[90]
2021 Fantasy Island Jasper Episode: "Día de los Vivos"[91]
2021 Special Charles Episode: "Why Is No One Ready?"[92]
2021-2022 The Masked Singer Soft Serve/Guest panelist 4 episodes[45]
2022 Trixie Motel Himself Episode: "Malibu Barbara"[93]
2022 Celebrity IOU Himself Posthumous release
2022 Lego Masters Himself Episode: "Celebrity Holiday Bricktacular"; posthumous release



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