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About Dorian

Dorian Quinn was born in Stillwater, Oklahoma. Growing up in Ponca City with a family of five, Dorian discovered his love for theater when he performed in his first show Willy Wonka and the Chocolate Factory. Dorian then started auditioning and performing in local musicals and plays. During college Dorian climbed to success with school credits of: Leap of Faith (Jonas Nightengale), Floyd Collins (Homer Collins), and Spitfire Grill (Joe Sutter). 


Dorian earned a BFA in Music Theater at the University of Central Oklahoma, and studied voice with Dr. Marilyn Govich during his four years in school. After school Dorian has worked in a number of regional theaters, cruise ships, and has been on a national tour. Credits include: Jersey Boys (Tommy DeVito), Mamma Mia! (Sky), Legally Blonde (Kyle/Dewey/Grandmaster Chad),  A Chorus Line (Don Kerr), Xanadu (Sonny Malone), and Grease (Danny Zuko).


Dorian is also a stunning artist, specializing in cartoon art.  He hopes to one day, when he retires from performing, create and voice cartoon series for kids.  Dorian loves to act, sing, dance, perform, draw, write, and create anything that brings entertainment to people. Love and thanks to his family: Blaine, Deb, Kitt, Emily, and Hannah Herron, for their support. Glory to God!

Height: 6"1

Eye Color: Brown

Hair Color: Brown

Location: New York City

Dorian Quinn as Chuck Cranston in Slowburns production of Footloose
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