Peter Dobson

An appealing, dark-haired player who made his breakthrough dancing through the musical "Sing," Peter Dobson has worked consistently in film and television and emerged as a likable and talented comedic actor in series like the short-lived CBS action series "Johnny Bago" (1993) and the USA Network dramedy "Cover Me: Based on the True Life of an FBI Family" (2000-01). Throughout his career, Dobson has shown remarkable versatility, as capable of playing suave as silly, at times even taking on both sides in the same role. This New Jersey native attended the American Academy of Dramatic Arts in New York City, departing the school reportedly because of a lack of interest in required dance classes. Ironically, after making his TV and feature debut's respectively in the NBC TV-movie "Bates Motel" (1987) and Martha Coolidge's "Plain Clothes" (1988), Dobson was cast in the 1989 musical "Sing" because of his dancing as well as acting talents.