Fitness expert and television star, Dolvett Quince, is quickly rising through the ranks as one of America's favorite trainers. Now in his fourth season on the hit NBC show "The Biggest Loser," Dolvett is proving that his passion, regimen and dramatic transformational results are making him one of the most in-demand fitness specialists in the country.
Born in Stamford, Connecticut, Dolvett and his three siblings were adopted by a Jamaican couple and later moved to Florida, where he finished high school. Dolvett ultimately moved to Atlanta to pursue his passion for fitness in order to establish himself as a leader in his field of health and fitness.
In 2004, Dolvett opened Body Sculptor, a private personal training studio in Atlanta with a commitment to "changing lives one rep at a time." His business had a solid following, but it wasn't until a local radio personality started talking about it on his show that Dolvett and his business really took off. He then widened his business to training other trainers, which led to his training celebrities like actors Angela Bassett, Boris Kodjoe and Nicole Ari Parker, Baltimore Ravens tight end Daniel Wilcox and singer-songwriter JoJo, among others.
Within the studio, Dolvett created "Pure Energy," a high-intensity circuit-training class with a live DJ, which was voted "Best Workout in the Southeast." The popularity of Dolvett's fitness methods inspired the launch of his own DVD "Me and My Chair: The No Excuses Workout," a low-impact, high-intensity 30-minute workout system that helps users tone up and slim down while only using a household chair.
Soon after, Hollywood began to take notice of Dolvett, and he was cast on "The Biggest Loser." His connection with the audience garnered the attention of Mark Burnett, who cast him in the NBC series "Stars Earn Stripes," which followed a group of celebrities accompanied by members of the military and law enforcement, competing in various challenges for their favorite charities. He has also guest starred on the hit BET series "The Real Husbands of Hollywood."
Dolvett is also an author, with his first book "The 3-1-2-1 Diet: Eat and Cheat Your Way to Weight Loss - Up to 10 Pounds in 21 Days," published by Grand Central Publishing.
Dolvett is very passionate about giving back and helping others. He is an active supporter of nonprofit organizations such as CHOA - Children's Healthcare of Atlanta, the American Heart Association and Got Your 6, which helps veterans transition into civilian life.
Dolvett currently splits his time between Los Angeles and Atlanta, and enjoys time with his son, Isiah.