After graduating from Bedford College, Jack Gordon became a member of the National Youth Theatre.
At seventeen, he was accepted at the Royal Academy of Dramatic Art and graduated with a BA in Dramatic Arts in 2007.
Following RADA, he starred as Romeo in Shakespeare’s Romeo and Juliet at the Battersea Arts Centre in London. On stage, he played Billy in West End show Warhorse at the National Theatre in 2010. In 2011, Phillip Ridley cast him to star as ‘Man’ in his play, Tender Napalm. The following year, he starred as Giovanni in ‘Tis Pity She’s A Whore, a production that would tour the world.
In film, he would go on to he play roles such as Jamie in Andrea Arnold’s Fish Tank, Jeeko in Phillip Ridley’s Heartless, Lieutenant Burridge in Julian Jarrold’s A Royal Night Out and GI Stanley in Captain America; The First Avenger. In 2014 he worked on Elaine Constantine’s Northern Soul, and starred in Love Me Do opposite Rebecca Calder in 2015.
His television work includes the award-winning The Great Train Robbery, directed by Julian Jarrold.