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Full Name Jordan Lewis
Profession Rules Footballer
Date of Birth April 24 , 1986
Current Age 37 years
Birth Country Canada
Nationality Canadians
Birth Sign Taurus
Dead or Alive Alive ( 37 years old)

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Jordan Lewis is one of the famous Rules Footballer, who was born on the memorable day of April 24 in the year 1986. Jordan Lewis is a proud citizen of Canada.

Australian rules midfielder and forward who made his professional debut in the Australian Football League in 2005 with Hawthorn. He was traded to the Melbourne Football Club in 2016.

Over the years, not only have skills been honed, but a significant impact has also been made in the professional field. Whether it's through work, public appearances, or contributions to the community, Jordan Lewis continues to be an inspiration for many.

Personal Information

Details about Jordan Lewis
Popular As: Jordan Lewis
First Name: Jordan
Last Name: Lewis
Gender: Male
Birthday: April 24
Birth Year: 1986
Age: 37-years
Education: Brauer Secondary College; Emmanuel College, Warrnambool


He played junior Australian rules football for the Geelong Falcons.

He was nominated for the AFL Rising Star award in 2005. Hebecame one of only seven AFL players to have won four AFL premierships at the end of the 2015 season.


He grew up in Victoria, Canada. He was taken seventh overall in the 2004 AFL Draft; midfielder Ryan Griffen was picked third.

Jordan Lewis Timeline

Lewis was drafted by Hawthorn with Pick 7 in the 2004 AFL Draft.
He made his AFL debut in season 2005. .
In 2008, Lewis was part of the Hawthorn team that won the premiership against Geelong. .
A Hawthorn vice-captain in 2012, Lewis led the side whilst captain Luke Hodge was sidelined during the early part of the season. .
In 2014 Lewis played his 200th AFL game in Round 7, as the Hawks defeated St Kilda by 145 points.
At the end of the 2015 season, Lewis became one of only seven current AFL players to have won four AFL premierships.