The world met Jason Dottley when he starred as "Ty WIlliamson" in Sordid Lives: The Series in 16 countries around the world with Rue McClanahan, Caroline Rhea and Olivia Newton-John.
After starring on TV, there was another dream Dottley wanted to tackle, having a hit record. Over the past 6 years, Dottley has had 5 Top 40 Billboard hits, 3 of which were Top 25 Billboard records, and 1 UK Top 10 Dance hit. All records combined, Dottley has spent 50 weeks on Billboard's Charts. The music video for his most recent single "Cocaine and Whiskey" set the world record for having the most expensive collection of exotic vehicles ever in a music video, somewhere around $25 millioni worth.
Dottley is also an award-winning theatre producer. He won the most prestigious Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle "Best World Premiere Play" Award for producing Del Shores' "Yellow." He has produced and starred in major national tours with icons Rue McClanahan, Delta Burke, Caroline Rhea and Georgette Jones.
His stage work began professionally in Terrence McNally's "Lisbon Traviata" in Los Angeles. His performace was tagged "Letter-perfect" by the LA Times. He starred in a nine month run of "Sordid Lives" in Los Angeles, later starring in its national tour, all to incredible critical review.
Dottley's work in the gay community and his presence as one of the most visible out gay entertainers in show business, landed him on Out Magazine's OUT 100 List of most influential people in LGBT culture alongisde Katy Perry and Guillermo Diaz.
In 2015, Dottley toured a 15-city US tour of his first full length one-man show "Life on the gAy-List", he hosted a weeklong event in Ibiza (Jason Dottley's Big Gay Ibiza 2015), and released his fifth official single "Cocaine and Whiskey" before announcing in August that he was retiring from dance music.
In 2016, Dottley co-created and co-stars in the hilarious digital comedy series "Body Hair". All 8 episodes are streaming free exclusively on Facebook and