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Jason Dolley is an actor and musician from the United States who is most known for his performances in Disney Channel films and episodes such as ‘Cory in the House,’ ‘Minutemen,’ ‘Read It and Weep,’ ‘Hatching Pete,’ and ‘Good Luck Charlie.’ He had always aspired to be an actor, and at the age of 11, he and his brother performed in a school talent competition as Abbott and Costello, respectively, in ‘Who’s on First.’ Soon after, he began performing in short films, and it did not take him long to establish himself as a promising young actor with a bright future. He eventually made his way into Disney Channel productions—every young actor’s dream—and took advantage of the opportunities that came his way. He became well-known for his moving performances, particularly as P J Duncan in the TV series ‘Good Luck Charlie.’

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Career of Jason Dolley

Jason Dolley had his first professional acting job in 2002, when he was cast in the lead part in the award-winning short film ‘Chasing Daylight.’ Following that, in September 2004, director Mel Gibson cast him as TJ Savage in the ABC series ‘Complete Savages.’ Due to low ratings, this comedy show was cancelled in June 2005.

When ‘Complete Savages’ was canceled, he played Marty Preston in the family film ‘Saving Shiloh,’ which was released in 2006. It was based on Phyllis Reynolds Naylor’s book of the same name. Jason also played Connor Kennedy in the Disney Channel original film ‘Read It and Weep’ from 2006. Julia DeVillers’ novel “How My Private, Personal Journal Became A Bestseller” was the inspiration for the film. He also appeared in Duracell’s ‘Trusted Everywhere’ ad commercial the same year. For ‘Read It and Weep,’ he was nominated for a Young Artist Award for Best Performance in a TV Movie (Comedy or Drama)—Leading Young Actor.

In 2007, he was cast as the younger version of the character Pleasure in the film ‘The Air I Breathe.’ Jieho Lee, a Korean-American filmmaker who also co-wrote the story with Bob DeRosa, made his feature film debut with it. In the same year, Jason competed in the Disney Channel Games’ second edition as a member of the Yellow squad.

Jason appeared in the Disney Channel show ‘Cory in the House,’ which was a spin-off of the Disney show ‘That’s So Raven,’ from 2007 to 2008. The show follows Cory Baxter, who relocates from San Francisco to Washington, DC with his father, who accepts a new job as the official head chef of the White House. For his work in ‘Cory in the House,’ he was nominated for the Young Artist Award for Outstanding Young Performer in 2009.

In 2008, he was cast as Virgil Fox in the film ‘Minutemen,’ as well as in the third edition of Disney Channel Games as a member of the Green team. In the same year, he appeared in Disney Channel’s original series ‘Imagination Movers’ as the prince.

Jason starred as Pete Ivey in the Disney film ‘Hatching Pete’ in 2009. The film first shown in the United Kingdom on Disney Channel, then in the United States on Disney Channel and Family. In 2010, he starred as PJ Duncan in his second Disney Channel original series, ‘Good Luck Charlie,’ which aired through 2014. Jason appreciated his character because of had “realism.”

He also like the family sitcom, which was unusual for Disney. He also starred in ‘Good Luck Charlie, It’s Christmas!,’ a feature-length Christmas Disney Channel original movie based on the series that premiered in December 2011. He also voiced Rumble in the Disney Channel animated film ‘Pixie Hollow Games.’
He is a musician as well as an actor, and has published several songs, including “Baby It’s You” and “Stupid Cupid.”

Personal Experiences of Jason Dolley

Jason Scott Dolley was born on July 5, 1991, in Los Angeles, California, to Michelle and Larry Dolley. Throughout high school, he was consistently a good student, keeping a 4.0 grade point average. He attended Moorpark College and received his bachelor’s degree from California Lutheran University. Jeffrey Dolley, his brother, is very close to him. He currently resides in Simi Valley, California, with his family.

He enjoys playing the guitar and piano and is involved in his church’s youth group. Playing video games, paintball, and football with his pals are some of his other pastimes. He enjoys spending time with his family and his Labrador Retriever as a pet. With his parents, he enjoys camping excursions and visits to Disneyland.

Jason was briefly linked to actress Bridgit Mendler, but the romance reportedly terminated after seven months. He is also claimed to have dated a woman named Amy. However, it is unconfirmed.

Jason Dolley Net Worth

Jason Dolley has a net worth of $500 thousand dollars as an actor and musician in the United States. Jason Dolley was born in July 1991 in Los Angeles, California. He and his brother sang “Who’s On First” in a school talent event when he was 11 years old. Chasing Daylight, a 2004 short film, was his debut.