Actor Dorien Wilson, Now 60 Years Old, Has Been Acting For More Than 40 Years

Dorien Wilson

Dorien Wilson is an accomplished actor known for his remarkable career in television. With his undeniable talent and charismatic presence, Wilson has graced the small screen with memorable performances.

He gained widespread recognition for his role as Professor Stanley Oglevee in the hit sitcom The Parkers, where his comedic timing and impeccable delivery made him a fan favorite. Wilson's versatility as an actor allowed him to seamlessly transition between various genres, showcasing his range in shows like Dream On, Sister, Sister, and Bounce TV's In the Cut.

Throughout his television career, Wilson has consistently captivated audiences with his exceptional acting skills, leaving a lasting impression on the world of entertainment.

Wilson, who was born in Lompoc, California, developed an interest in acting while in high school. In the 1980s, he was both a resident Actor and an Acting Conservatory Teacher at the California Theatre Center (CTC).

One of his earliest roles on TV was as Chandler's boss on the hit TV show Friends.