Jordan Allen-Dutton was born in Palo Alto, California and attended NYU's Tisch School of the Arts graduating as the first ever recipient of the Artist Scholar Award in 1999. While at NYU he co-created and starred in The Bomb-itty of Errors, a hip-hop add-rap-tation of Shakespeare's Comedy of Errors, which became a smash Off-Broadway hit, performing in the West End in London, Chicago, Florida, Dublin, Edinburgh, Los Angeles, St. Louis, Philadelphia and Amsterdam. The series was nominated for a Drama Desk Award, Outer Critic's Circle Award, and won the Jeff Award in Chicago and the Grand Jury Prize for Best Show at the HBO U.S. Comedy Arts Festival in Aspen. With the success of Bomb-itty, Jordan signed the first ever three-tier deal with MTV and Paramount going on to produce, write and star in the hip-hop sketch comedy series, Scratch & Burn for MTV in 2002. From there he was invited to be a fellow at the Sundance Screenwriting Lab with the screen version of Bomb-itty. His next play NERDS, a musical comedy about Bill Gates and Steve Jobs, was work shopped at New York Stage and Film Festival, premiered at the Philadelphia Theater Company in January 2007, where it won Outstanding New Play and Outstanding Original Music at the 2007 Barrymore Awards. Jordan has also produced and written television such as Randy Jackson Presents: America's Best Dance Crew and the MTV Movie Awards, where his comedy material has been performed by Ben Stiller and Will Ferrell among others. He was nominated for two Emmy awards for his writing on Robot Chicken, Seth Green and Matt Senreich's series on Adult Swim. He lives in Los Angeles and is working on his latest musical Phenomenon, a behind the scenes expose of a very corrupt television singing competition.
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