Dolvett Quince Net Worth 2020, Bio, Early Life, Career, and Achievement.
Fitness model Dolvett Quince is known for his role as the primary trainer of The Biggest Loser.
He appeared in the show from its 12th season to 17th season alongside Bob Harper. Dolvett started his career at The Young Men’s Christian Association in Atlanta.
With the aim of developing his career as a personal trainer, he launched his gym, Body Sculptor Inc.
Biography and Early Life
Dolvett Quince was born on 20 August 1973 in Stamford, Connecticut. He didn’t experience a normal childhood. When the fitness model was only five years of age, his father abandoned his family.
His mother was too focused on getting his father back; she neglected Dolvett and his three siblings.
Luckily, fate was on their side, as they found a place in the home of a Jamaican couple. While he found parents who were loving enough to adopt him and his siblings, they had an old-school mentality.
In a talk about his past with Uptown Magazine in 2013, he talked about his parents, saying,
They’re very old school with a ‘you spare the rod, you spoil the child’ sort of mentality. So they only knew what they knew – and that was to beat it out of me. I’m only in the position that I’m in now because that experience gave me a voice at a very young age.
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.
Net Worth and Achievement 2020
The actor-model Dolvett reportedly has an estimated net worth of $2 million while his annual salary is still under review.
He has likely garnered his colossal fortune through a flourishing career in modeling and acting.