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Dorien Wilson

Born:     July 5, 1963
Birthplace:   Lompoc, CA
\Zodiac Sign:  Cancer

Career and Life

Dorien Wilson is an American actor who is best known for his role as Professor Stanley Oglevee on the UPN sitcom The Parkers, the spin-off series of Moesha, which first ran from 1999 to 2004, and for his recurring role as Terrence Winningham on the sitcom Sister, Sister from 1994 to 1996. He currently plays as Jay Weaver on the Bounce TV comedy sitcom In the Cut.

Wilson played the role of Professor Stanley Oglevee on the UPN sitcom The Parkers and as talk-show host Eddie Charles on HBO's series Dream On. He had a recurring role as Terrence on Sister, Sister. He also played Warrington Steele on The Steve Harvey Show and co-starred alongside Sherman Hemsley on the short-lived sitcom Goode Behavior.

He has appeared mostly in television roles but appeared in a few film roles as well. He co-starred in House Party 4: Down to the Last Minute in 2001 and had a bit part as a doctor in the 2004 film You Got Served.

Wilson appeared in Disney Channel's series That's So Raven as "Mad Money Mitch" with the Mighty Mega Mix, "Mad Miguel at Mid-night" on the Spanish Station, and "Mad Money Mitch" with the Good Ole' Country Hits. He appeared on The Fresh Prince of Bel-Air as Juggles the clown strapped with a bomb and holding Judge Banks hostage; he appeared on the sitcom Martin as a theatre producer; and he made a couple of appearances as a pastor on the sitcom Living Single. He also had an appearance in Tyler Perry's House of Payne as Cassi Davis' college love-interest.

Dorien was also Chandler's boss on the hit TV Show Friends. In the 1980s Dorien was a resident Actor of CTC—California Theatre Center—in Sunnyvale, CA. He was also an Acting Conservatory Teacher at CTC. After recognizing her former teacher—Dorien Wilson—on Friends & various other shows, one of his CTC students from the 1980s, Anita Fortner Jones, who played his daughter—Fezziwig Sister, among other roles—for 2 Seasons in the stage play of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol," created the Dorien Wilson Fan Club. He has also appeared in a KFC commercial for boneless chicken.


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