Jodi Lee Gordon (born 1 February 1985) is an Australian actress and model.
At the age of 13, Gordon won a modeling competition and gained a contract with Vivien’s Modeling Agency. Her modelling led her to Japan, London and Milan, where she lived for five months. While modelling in London for two months she took the opportunity to travel through Europe recreationally.
Since September 2008, Gordon has been the official celebrity ambassador and model for Australian lingerie brand Crystelle. Gordon became the official ambassador for Australian shoe brand Tony Bianco in 2008. She remained with the company for two years, until she handed the role to Bambi Northwood-Blyth in November 2010.
In May 2010, Gordon won her first film role in The Cup. The film, which was released in 2011, is based on Media Puzzle’s win in the 2002 Melbourne Cup. Gordon plays the role of Damien Oliver’s partner, Trish. In November 2010, Gordon returned to Melbourne to film her next project, Any Questions for Ben?, a Working Dog production. A writer for the Herald Sun reported that Gordon turned down an offer to appear in a ten episode reality show series documenting the lives of the wives and girlfriends of Australian sportsmen.
In February 2011, the actress returned to television in Network Nine’s telemovie Blood Brothers, based on the Gilham family murders. Elle Halliwell of the The Sunday Telegraph reported Gordon had been cast in the upcoming series of Underbelly titled Underbelly: Badness in April 2012. Gordon will portray Kylie Keogh.