Dorian Gregory is a familiar face to television audiences, having appeared in numerous primetime television series.
Last year, he added talk show host to his repertoire, joining Dick Clark, Danny Bonaduce and Mario Lopez on the daytime talk program The Other Half.
Gregory began his acting career with recurring and guest starring roles on series such as Murder, She Wrote, Lois & Clark: The New Adventures of Superman, Pacific Blue and Prey. He later appeared in the sitcoms 3rd Rock From the Sun, Moesha, Hangin’ With Mr. Cooper, The Steve Harvey Show and Living Single. He also subsequently landed a co-starring role on the syndicated series Baywatch Nights.
He appeared in the Disney made-for-television movie The Barefoot Executive and was also seen in Just Write with Jeremy Priven and The Apocalypse with Sandra Bernhard.
Gregory is one of the founding members of the Epiphany Theater Group, established by writer/producer/director Bill Duke. He also served as co-host for the "politically incorrect" radio program Lighten Up.
As An active humanitarian, he is involved in such organizations as the Jeopardy Program sponsored by the Los Angeles Police department for youths at risk as well as serving as the National Spokesperson for the American Diabetes Association.
Single and residing in Los Angeles, Gregory has pursued a mission of health and fitness and was pictured in his fourth calendar called Alaye’ for the year 2000.