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Jordan Warkol

Jordan Warkol

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Biography of Jordan Warkol

The cast of the 1994 comedy ‘The Little Rascals’ reunited in 2014 to mark the film’s 20th anniversary.

When Warkol was cast in the 1994 picture ‘The Little Rascals,’ he was only eight years old. In the film, he played Froggy. He was given this name because his voice sounded like it had a frog in it. The figure was a reincarnation of Hal Roach’s original ‘Rascals, Our Gang,’ which premiered in 1922.

Jordan Warkol is a former actor who starred as Froggy in the 1994 film ‘The Little Rascals.’

Who exactly is Jordan Warkol?

Jordan Warkol was a voice actor in the past. He is a professional poker player and corporate business official at the moment. Warkol is most known for his role as Froggy in the 1994 film The Little Rascals. His television credits include The Shaggy Dog (1994), Carpool (1996), The Modern Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1988), and others.

As a voice actor, he was known for voicing Eddie on the short-lived TV series The Best of Rocket Power from 1999 to 2002.

Early Childhood and Education

Warkol was born in New Rochelle, New York on November 21, 1986. He attended Chaminade College Preparatory School. Following that, he majored in Business Marketing at California State University-Northridge, where he graduated in 2010.

Career

From 1993 to 2006, the former actor appeared on the screen.

Grace Under Fire in 1993, Thunder Alley, High Sierra Search and Rescue, and The George Carlin Show in 1995, Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction in 1997, Coach, High Incident, Sliders, and Baywatch in 1996, Walker, Texas Ranger in 1997, 7th Heaven in 2000, Judging Amy in 2001, The X Files in 2001, and Touched by an Angel in 2003.

Warkol had also appeared in various television episodes, including The Shaggy Dog (1994) as Moochie Daniels, Carpool (1996) as Travis, Milo (1998) as Evan, Thirst (1998) as Richie, The Modern Adventures of Tom Sawyer (1988) as Jimmy, and The Specials as a commercial kid in 2000. He rose to prominence after portraying the character Froggy in the 1994 film The Little Rascals.

Warkol also worked as a voice actor. He provided the voice of Chocolate Boy / Jamie in the TV series Hey Arnold! (1997-2001). From 1999 to 2002, he provided Eddie’s voice for the TV series short, The Best of Rocket Power, and in 2002, he repeated Eddie’s voice in the video game Rocket Power: Beach Bandits. Similarly, he voiced Steve / Jock in the 2003 TV series short Whatever Happened to… Robot Jones? and Juice in the 2006 video short Da Jammies.

The ‘Little Rascals’

The Little Rascals, released in 1994, begins with the introduction of Spanky (played by Travis Tedford) as the president of the “He-Man Woman Haters Organization,” a boys-only club featuring many school-aged lads from the neighborhood as members. While the club’s annual prize-winning go-kart race nicknamed “The Blur” is being planned, Alfalfa (played by Bug Hall), Spanky’s best friend, is hand-picked for the race. However, Alfalfa went missing during the race’s official entrant announcement. He had left the race and was now with Darla (played by Brittany Ashton Holmes). The rest of the story revolves around Alfalfa courting Darla, and his “He-Man-Woman-Hating” friends attempting to put a stop to it.

His Function

When Warkol was cast in the film, he was only eight years old. Furthermore, the film provided him with his biggest break. In the film, he played Froggy. He was given this name because his voice sounded like it had a frog in it. The character was a reincarnation of Hal Roach’s original Rascals, Our Gang, which premiered in 1922.

Even after more than two decades, his Twitter bio mentions his position as Froggy. “I’m the man who played Froggy in The Little Rascals…but I’m older now, and my voice is less frightening,” it says.

Reunited

In 2014, 22 Vision, a former production company based in Los Angeles, gathered the actors of The Little Rascals for a flashback image to mark the 20th anniversary of the film. The cast members recreated the original movie poster at the reunion. The entire cast showed up to the shoot to dress up, reenact scenes from the film, and laugh at behind-the-scenes blunders.

In a video of the reunion and behind-the-scenes footage posted by 22 Vision in 2014, Warkol described the photoshoot as “the most exciting thing I’ve done in years.”

Warhol’s acting career ended in 2006, according to IMDb. From 2008 to 2009, he worked as an acting/improv instructor for John Roberts Powers.

He joined Toon Goggles, Inc. in 2011 as the Director of Business Development and continues to work for the company today. His tasks at the company include the development of the platform and mobile apps, the formation of new partnerships, the expansion of the company’s income, and the improvement of workplace operational efficiency.

Warkol was appointed as a full-time Business Development and Ad Sales Director by OTTera, Inc. in November 2019. He held the position until April 2021. He was then elevated to full-time Senior Director of Business Development at OTTera, Inc., a position he will retain until October 2021.

Personal Life

Warkol is a professional poker player who has competed in the Las Vegas World Series of Poker.

In 2018, Warkol married Sandra Melissa. They are currently living in Los Angeles.