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Biography

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Overview (2)

Date of Birth 3 December 1957Winters, Texas, USA
Height 5' 10" (1.78 m)

Mini Bio (1)

Del Shores was born on December 3, 1957 in Winters, Texas, USA. He is a producer and writer, known for Sordid Lives (2000), Queer as Folk (2000) and Daddy's Dyin'... Who's Got the Will? (1990). He was previously married to Jason Dottley.

Spouse (1)

Jason Dottley (26 October 2003 - 22 April 2013) (divorced)

Trivia (6)

Awards for play "The Trials and Tribulations of a Trailer Trash Housewife:

2003 Los Angeles Drama Critics Circle Awards Best Production (Win) Best World Premiere (Win)

LA Stage Alliance Ovation Awards (2003) Best World Premiere (Nomination) Best Director (Nomination)

NAACP Theatre Awards Best Production (Win) Best Playwright (Win) Best Director (Nomination)

Backstage West Garland Awards Best Production (Win) Best Playwright (Win) Best Direction (Win) Best Music (Lyrics) (Nomination)

LA Weekly Awards Best Playwright (Win)
Awards for play "Daddy's Dyin' (Who's Got the Will?):

1987 LA Weekly Awards Best Production (Win) Best Playwriting (Win)

For 10 Year Anniversary Revival - 1997

Robby Awards Best Production (Nomination) Best Director (Nomination)
Awards for play "Sordid Lives":

Drama-Logue Awards Best Production (Win) Best Playwriting (Win) Best Direction (Win)

LA Stage Alliance Ovation Awards Best World Premiere (Nomination)

LA Weekly Awards Best Direction (Nomination) Best Playwriting (Nomination)

GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding LA Theatre Production (Nomination)

Robby Awards Best Production (Nomination) Best Director (Nomination) Best Playwriting (Nomination)
Awards for play "Cheatin'":

Drama-Logue Awards Best Ensemble (Win)

For African American Revival - 1997 NAACP Theater Awards Best Direction (Nomination)

Drama-Logue Awards Best Direction (Win)
Awards for play "Southern Baptist Sissies":

2001 GLAAD Media Awards Outstanding LA Theatre Production (Win)

2000 LA Weekly Awards Best Direction (Win)

2000 Backstage West Garland Awards Best Playwriting (Win)

2000 Robby Awards Best Production (win) Best Director (Win) Best Playwriting (Win)
His producing partner in "Delane Entertainment" was Sharyn Leavitt.

Salary (1)

Queer as Folk (2000) $28,000 per episode

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