Micky Dolenz

Actor + Musician
Born Mar 8, 1945

George Michael "Micky" Dolenz, Jr. is an American actor, musician, television director, radio personality and theater director, best known as a member of the 1960s made-for-television band The Monkees.

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1945 Birth Born on March 8, 1945.


1956 11 Years Old Dolenz began his show business career in 1956 when he starred in a children’s show called Circus Boy under the name Mickey Braddock. … Read More
1962 17 Years Old Dolenz went to Ulysses S. Grant High School in Valley Glen, Los Angeles, California, and graduated in 1962.
1964 19 Years Old In 1964, he was cast as Ed in the episode "Born of Kings and Angels" of the NBC education drama series, Mr. Novak, starring James Franciscus as an idealistic Los Angeles teacher. … Read More


1965 20 Years Old In 1965, Dolenz was cast in the television sitcom The Monkees and became the drummer and a lead vocalist in the band created for the show. … Read More
1966 21 Years Old By the time The Monkees went on tour in late 1966, Dolenz was competent enough to play the drums himself. (He learned to play right-handed and left-footed.) … Read More
1968 23 Years Old …  They married in 1968 and had a daughter, Ami Dolenz (b. … Read More
1972 27 Years Old …  In 1972, Dolenz played Vance in the murder mystery film Night of the Strangler and was in an episode of Adam 12 titled "Dirt Duel" S5/Ep01. … Read More


1975 30 Years Old 1 More Event
Dolenz played a near-sighted bus driver in the March 1, 1975 multi-rated versions (X, R, and PG) US comedy film Linda Lovelace for President. … Read More
1977 - 1980 2 More Events
1981 36 Years Old In 1981 he directed a short film based on the sketch Balham, Gateway to the South with Robbie Coltrane playing multiple roles. … Read More
1983 38 Years Old From 1983 to 1984 he was responsible for creating and producing the British children's television show Luna. … Read More


2002 57 Years Old Dolenz married his third wife, Donna Quinter, in 2002. … Read More


2006 61 Years Old In June 2006, Dolenz played Charlemagne at the Goodspeed Opera House for the revival of the musical Pippin in East Haddam, Connecticut. … Read More
2007 62 Years Old 1 More Event
In 2007, he appeared in Rob Zombie's remake of Halloween as Derek Allan, the owner of the gun shop where Dr. Loomis (played by Malcolm McDowell) buys a gun in his search for Michael Myers.
2008 63 Years Old Dolenz participated in the 2008–09 season of CMT's "Gone Country," competing against fellow celebrities Sheila E (who eventually won), Taylor Dayne, George Clinton, and Richard Grieco. … Read More
2009 64 Years Old In 2009, Dolenz inked a deal to record an album of the classic songs of Carole King, titled "King for a Day". The album (released on Gigitone Records) was produced by Jeffrey Foskett, who has worked extensively with Brian Wilson and played on Wilson’s 2004 Grammy-winning Brian Wilson Presents Smile. … Read More
2010 65 Years Old As of February 2010, he was appearing on stage in London in 'Hairspray with Michael Ball.' … Read More
2011 66 Years Old In 2011, he rejoined Tork and Jones for An Evening with The Monkees: The 45th Anniversary Tour.
2012 67 Years Old Jones' sudden death in February 2012 led to Dolenz and Tork reuniting with Michael Nesmith for a 12 concert tour of the United States in November and December, 2012. … Read More
2015 70 Years Old On February 21, 2015, he had a cameo as himself in the Adult Swim TV special Bagboy. … Read More
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