Facts of Dolvett Quince
|Full Name:||Dolvett Quince|
|Age:||47 years 7 months|
|Birth Date:||August 20, 1973|
|Best Match for Marriage:||Sagittarius, Gemini, Aries|
|Birth Place:||Stamford, Connecticut|
|Height / How tall? :||5 feet 9 inches (1.75m)|
|Net Worth:||$2 million|
|Eye Color:||Dark Brown|
|View more / View less Facts of Dolvett Quince|
Browse to know more about Dolvett Quince’s Age, Bio, wiki, Net Worth, Income, career, Education, and Family. Also know details about Dolvett Quince’s Parents, Childhood, Relationship, body measurements, Images, and many more.
Forty-four-year-old Dolvett Quince is a celebrity trainer and a TV personality who presents the show called ‘The Biggest Loser’. He aids people in losing to lose weight and soon started getting clients from the film industry. His weight loss and healthy lifestyle programs are a hit and his gentlemanly manners are liked by one and all.
How did Dolvett start his career? What was his career graph? What is his personal life like? Let us get some insight into his life and career journey!
Dolvett Quince-birth, age, family, fostered, and beginnings
Dolvett Quince’s birth was in Stamford, Connecticut on 20 August 1973. His father deserted the family when he was small and his mother was emotionally disturbed due to it and did not take care of the children. He has a brother and a sister. The siblings had to tend to themselves when help came their way from the child care services.
The children were put in foster care. They were fortunately adopted together by a Jamaican couple.
The children faced physical punishment at their adoptive parents’ home. The family moved to Florida and Dolvett started school along with his siblings. He completed his school. There are no details about his college life.
Dolvett Quince’s career
Dolvett Quince had gone through a difficult childhood and was raised by adoptive parents. He learned to accept things as they come along. He started from nothing. In 2004, he first opened his small gym called ‘Body Sculptor’ in Atlanta. His innovative ways became popular and gave him a rich collection of clientele. Talking about his fitness routines, Dolvett once said:
“I found a way and continue to do so every day to find my inner great. I’m here to help people do that.”
His gym and unique ways of assisting people to lose weight and remain fit were discussed once on a local radio station. This boosted his practice, career and he also started getting celebrity clients.
His popularity increased and he soon was a well-known figure in his locality. He says:
“People always want to be physically fit. But you need to become mentally fit. The first thing to do is to change your mind.”
His clientele included people such as Justin Bieber, Janet Jackson, and others. He also started training programs and his trainees included actress Angela Bassett, NFL player Daniel Wilcox, and hip-hop singer Jo Jo.
Dolvett Quince wanted to spread his knowledge further and he wrote a book called ‘The 3-1-2-1 diet: Eat and Cheat your way to weight loss-up to 10 pounds in 21 days’. This was NY Times bestsellers. He also released a DVD called ‘Me and My Chair: The no excuses workout’.
He was featured in Steve Harvey Show in 2012 and also appeared on the Stars Earn Stripes show. He released several workout videos. He also was chosen to host the show ‘The Biggest Loser’. This became a hit and is highly appreciated. His down-to-earth persona is liked by all. He himself leads a well-disciplined life and does consume some cheat meals when he feels he deserves it.
Dolvett Quince’s personal life, relationship, and girlfriend
Dolvett Quince had a relationship with Sydney singer Tamara Jaber. He has a son with her called Isiah Quince. He loves his son deeply and does everything for him.
He is a role model as a father. Though Dolvett himself was unable to have a perfect fatherly figure in his life, he does want his son to get one and strives to give him a perfect childhood and love!
Reference: (Wikipedia, people)