Portuguese-born actress Jordan-Claire Green has been developing her skills since a very young age. Her family started her on violin at the young age of four, and she moved from there onto learning the piano. She also trained in voice and various kinds of dance, including tap, jazz, ballet and hip-hop. This rigorous training has helped her score roles starting with a spot on 2001 TV series "City Guys." Her breakthrough part came in the 2003 film "School Of Rock," which cast her as a student who becomes a groupie for the school band. She went on to act in a wide variety of television programs and movies, all the while keeping up her studies. Some of her most memorable TV parts include a spot on the cult comedy "Arrested Development" and one on Disney's hit "The Wizards Of Waverly Place." Her largest movie role to date was as Annie Lamm in 2005's "Come Away Home," a touching family drama about a young girl who finds herself bonding with her elderly grandfather over the course of a summer vacation. She also starred in "12 Dogs Of Christmas" that same year. Her most recent role was in 2010's indie drama "Forgotten Pills," about a street drug that induces temporary amnesia.