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Exclusive: Why Home Economics star Jordyn Curet appreciates Topher Grace, algebra, and hosting toy drives

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Jordyn Curet. Pic credit: MK McGehee

When eighth grader Jordyn Curet heads to the set of Home Economics her hit ABC show she is clearly in her happy place.

A hard-working actress, student, and caring young lady, she believes in prioritizing education while working long hours. She is also fiercely proud of giving back to others and started her own nonprofit, Jordyn’s Joys, which has spread joy to underprivileged children with events in Los Angeles, San Francisco, and Washington, D.C.

She started working at the tender age of two and had recurring roles on the CBS show The Neighborhood and Disney Channel’s Raven’s Home. She also had a supporting role in the movie, Marriage Story. She produced her first song Lift Me Up in 2019.

She also won a 2018 Young Entertainer Award for her guest-starring role on Disney’s show Bizaardvark.

This family-friendly show is a look at the heartwarming, yet super uncomfortable and sometimes frustrating relationship between three adult siblings: one in the 1 percent, one middle-class, and one barely holding on.

In the popular prime-time comedy, Jordyn portrays the role of Shamiah, and the cast is currently working on the third season. The best part for this young actress is working with Topher GraceCaitlin McGeeSasheer Zamata, and other cast members.


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