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Drew Sidora Jordan was born for glamor and entertainment. She has shown brilliant versatility in her acting and electric singing with a beautiful face to match her talents.
Her journey to the entertainment life began when she was 2 years old as she began to formally study theatre and music.
She was almost 10 when she made her screen debut in the 1995 movie, Divas. She also appeared on The Howie Mandel Show in 1998.
Best Known For
Breaking into the industry with White Chicks and Never Die Alone, both in 2004, she has made fame with Step Up in 2006 and as T-boz in the biopic, CrazySexyCool in 2013.
On TV, she starred in Disney fans favorite, That’s So Raven from 2004 to 2005 and much later in 2014’s One Love.
Drew is straight and is presently married to Ralph Pittman. Before their marriage in 2014, she had briefly dated Trey Songz in 2009 and Hosea Chanchez in 2007.
She is the 4th of the 5 children of pediatrician Robert A. and his wife, Rev. Jeanette B. Jordan.
Her siblings are Bryan, Allison, Christa and a younger Edilah.
She has a son Josiah (born 2011) with a former boyfriend who abandoned her, and with her husband, son Machai (born 2015) and daughter Aniya (born 2018).
Several reports say she is Christian and with her mom being a reverend, it’s not hard to think she is; and devout too.
Worth To Know
Drew played a fictional version of herself in The Game (2005).
Some other film credits include Wild Hogs (2007), Blessed and Cursed (2010), Could This Be Love (2014), Sister Code (2015) and Preacher’s Son (2017).
She released her debut single titled Juke It in 2010.