Karras Jordan is the true renaissance man. In 2012, he was asked to be a stand in during a photo shoot and that started it all. From there he began to cover Zane novels, 'Jack Frost' and 'You Might Just Get Burned'. He was featured as "Hot Man of the Week" on theBerry.com and as the "Morning Wood" on sandrarose.com. In 2013, Essence, Krave and IamJMaarie magazines took notice. In 2014, he was featured in Faith Evans‘ "I Deserve It" video. 2015 Karras started filming ‘Metropolitan’ & ‘Red Skin’ which aired July 2016 on ArtHouse TV. Alain Fagnidi’s ‘Heritage 1978’ named him US Ambassador for its brand in August 2016. Karras also landed roles in movies ‘Traceless’ and ‘Another Woman’s Trash’ both slated for 2017 releases.
Karras has kept a steady and substantial presence across all social media platforms such as Facebook, Instagram, Tumblr and Snapchat to name a few, amassing a strong fan base. His legion of fans follow and support anything he positions himself with.
Although his proudest moment was publishing his first book, "Mind of a Maniac". In April, Karras released his second book, "My Beautiful Ugly Life" with the simultaneous release of his second mixtape "King Karras|The Rise of Karras Jordan" EP, which is the follow-up mixtape to "Blessed Wit A Gift, Born Wit A Curse.
Always keeping it diverse he continues to perfect his acting craft as well. Karras is currently reviewing scripts for future projects and writing one of his own to be presented very soon by Karras Jordan Entertainment.
His motto is "nothing to lose, everything to gain" and remains his daily mantra. That is one of the many quotes tatted over his storied body. He continues to stay humbled and is waiting with great anticipation of what the world has in store for him.