Anne Archer

as FBI Director Jordan


Long-time actress Anne Archer has achieved acclaim through both film and television, beginning her acting career in TV. Some of her first appearances were on shows like Hawaii Five-O and Little House on the Prairie in the ‘70s. She was actually named “Miss Golden Globe” in 1971. As the ‘70s continued, Archer began appearing in films like Trackdown (1976), Good Guys Wear Black (1978), Paradise Alley (1978), and Hero at Large (1980). Later, Archer appeared in Fatal Attraction (1987), which garnered her multiple award nominations including a BAFTA, a Golden Globe, and an Academy Award. She went on to star and appear in many films, including Patriot Games (1992), Short Cuts (1993), Rules of Engagement (2000), and Man of the House (2005). In the 2000s, Archer also appeared on the West End and performed at the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Her more recent television credits include Boston Public, It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia, and Ghost Whisperer.


As FBI Director Jordan in Paper Empire, Archer acts as a sharp, stringent key player. Reveling in the newfound power allotted to her as the Director of the FBI, Jordan, both witty and conniving, senses an informant is afoot in the Tallahassee headquarters. FBI Director Jordan is a character that will go to any lengths to ensure she is regarded as a firm and respected figure. As moles are spotted and alliances are formed, Jordan teams up with Assistant Special Agent Gabriela Russo to guarantee their mission runs smoothly and remains under wraps.


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