Words matter. These are the best Jordan Fisher Quotes, and they’re great for sharing with your friends.
I have a weird obsession with people who can speak multiple languages. I’d love to be able to do that.
It’s because of their unrelenting, unconditional support and love I’m able to have the life that I have now and do everything I love to do, and that starts with the selflessness and love of my mom and dad.
The doctors have always said ‘The moment you stop using it, use it.’ So my goal every day is to use my body.
Ultimately, I have one life, and you always regret the things you don’t do.
Family is family. I grew up in a household where all the four-legged animals were as important as the two-legged animals.
I’ve always been a huge, huge gamer in general, and I definitely grew up with all Nintendo products, and the Super Mario franchise has been a franchise that has shaped culture.
When I was 13, I moved to Los Angeles to pursue television and film roles. I booked shows like ‘The Secret Life of the American Teenager,’ ‘Liv and Maddie,’ and ‘Teen Wolf.’
I’m a massive ‘Mario’ fan in general.
I love people, which might be a little rare for artists. I don’t know if a lot of artists like people, but I do. I love love.
I’m normally based in L.A.
Nintendo Switch goes with me pretty much everywhere.
This is all I wanna do; I want to entertain. I want to make music. I want do film.
It’s weird when somebody I don’t know from Adam knows my face and knows my name.
There are only a couple characters and people in the world where, in history, where you can go anywhere in the world and say that character or person, that name, that song, and everyone knows what it is. Mickey Mouse is one, Disney, in general. In terms of gaming, Super Mario, he’s everywhere.
Never find yourself bored at work.
I love my home state and my hometown. I’m so grateful to Birmingham and Alabama for what it made me.
I’ve got great friends.
By the grace of God, I’m the only person in my family with any musical ability.
‘Grease Live!’ was… it was a chore! It was interesting: one of, if not the most, magical television experience I’ve had in my career, where the people are concerned.
I’m a very community-oriented person.
Being on ‘Grease: Live’ was a massive mile marker. It ultimately led me to ‘Hamilton.’
Lin-Manuel Miranda is a musical icon, and being part of any show of his is an honor.
Every great thing has to come to an end at some point. It’s the way that it goes.
My life is such that I can delegate with love.
It is very important to have deep friendships of the opposite sex to learn so much about yourself and what you need as a human.
‘Secret Life’ is my guilty pleasure.
Growing up, I was such a big fan of Nintendo games.
I fell in love with art and music and dance and acting and how all those things can cultivate something really special and unique – depending on the performance and the show. That really kind of helped me develop my love of theater.
I love Black History Month and celebrating my ancestral roots, but not just my blackness, which is so beautiful. But my Tahitian and my Italian – everything that makes me, me.
I’m an artist through and through.
I’m not one to get too starstruck.
When you’re on Broadway, what’s kind of the whole point is that you find something new in the show each night.
I encourage everybody to hop on Google and type in ‘national park’ in whatever state they live in and see the beauty that lies in their own backyard. It’s that simple.
I’ve worked at a Game Stop and had my service turned down before because of the color of my skin. And it’s a shame.
Coming out of ‘Hamilton,’ my patriotic spirit and love for my country is renewed. I think that’s the case for a lot of people. It instills a newly revitalized spirit in terms of learning about the formation of our country.
My ultimate goal in my life is to have a family.
‘Rent’ resonates with people across generations because it’s really great art.
My ‘Collaboration Wish List’ is a mile long.
My adoption journey fully fuels my inspiration, my drive, what my vision of success is.
I’m mixed, and I’m proud of that.
I kind of adopt family friends and take people in.
I hope I can just be a regular human being to people.
When I get the opportunity to do what I love while also taking a stance on things I believe in, it’s a very beautiful thing.
My biological mother had me at 16, and it was just too young.
I have a tattoo on my arm that says, ‘Would you be proud to die this way?’ And that’s my reminder to continue to treat people well and love people, and if I took my last breath right now, would I be happy with who I am?
Being able to invest in my community and invest in areas that people might not really know about and monuments that people might not know about in their own backyard is a great opportunity.
What I learned growing up in Red Mountain Theatre Company is real power and time management and how to represent myself well. How to show up earlier and stay later. Red Mountain Theatre Company, in my opinion, is the most incredible theater conservatory in the world.
I love what I do a lot, but it’s my work.
I grew up saying that I love humans, but I love dogs much, much more.
For whatever reason, I love ‘The Schuyler Sisters!’
I get a lot of my inspiration from the Jackson 5 and Luther Vandross.
I grew up listening to the greats of the ’80s and, thanks to my parents, the ’70s – the Doobie Brothers, Stevie Wonder, Ray Charles, Luther Vandross, Lionel Richie.
My upbringing in Birmingham gave me a sense of reality. I could not pick another city I would rather have grown up in. Growing up around really good, solid, godly people, it helped me to find those kind of great people in L.A., too, which can be hard for some people.
I’m a massive fan of Troye Sivan, Ariana Grande, and Justin Timberlake.
I always wanted to work on Broadway. That’s something I always wanted to do.
The Broadway community means the world. That goes for the actors, that goes for the crew, the producers, the writers, and most importantly, that goes for the fans. The Broadway community is one that I will always hold very near and very dear to me.
The woman who gave birth to me, I don’t have a relationship with. I’m not looking for one, either.
I was gymnast for a long time, so that helped with understanding my body.
I am adopted, and I am so grateful for my story, and that’s what makes me who I am.