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Sexy, Syndicated and Now Nominated, Dorien Wilson Celebrates NAACP Image Award Recognition

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Actor Dorien Wilson is celebrating an exciting career.

He'll appear on the big screen in B2K's new movie, "You Got Served" slated to open at the end of January, and he’s enjoying the success of his fifth season as Professor Oglevee on UPN's hit comedy show, "The Parkers," which is now also syndicated.

In fact, the NAACP Image Awards have recognized the engaging actor with a nomination for Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Comedy Series. Sexy, syndicated and now nominated, Dorien Wilson is hot property!

No stranger to network television, the veteran actor has consistently held roles for the past decade, including his stint as Eddie Charles in HBO's "Dream On" and the Reverend Franklin Goode on UPN's "Goode Behavior." In addition to "You Got Served," Dorien will also appear in the upcoming film "Gas," written by Ralph Farquhar, directed by Henry Chan and starring Flex Alexander.

The recent NAACP Award nomination is especially gratifying to Wilson. "Professor Olgevee has been one of my most endearing roles. I literally can't cross the street without someone recognizing me or asking me, when am I going to get with Nikki Parker who is played by Mo'Nique on the show. Mo'Nique and I are like brother and sister in real life, and we have a blast taunting each other on the set."

"This season is an exciting one for the cast. There are all kinds of surprises in store for our long time fans, so my advice is that they not miss an episode!"

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