Paulette Dozier is a versatile Jazz Singer with a Master's Degree in Interdisciplinary Arts from Nova Southeastern University, and a Bachelor's in English from Florida International University. She is also an accomplished Stage Actress in musical and children's theater, a Commercial and Photography Model, and Voiceover Performer. Paulette Dozier is an all in one professional polished package. She can do it all and she has a track record on three continents to prove it!
Born in North Florida, Paulette Dozier began her exploration of the performing arts while living in Brooklyn, New York. Her first encounter with the theater was during high school where she appeared in the play You Can't Take it With You. Other extracurricular activities for her at that time included music, and the alto sax was her chosen instrument.
Quite an adept musician, performing jazz to boot, Paulette was not intimidated by her male counterparts who dominated the jazz sector. As an outgoing young lady, she found it easy to perform without reservation amongst her colleagues. But even though she was a skilled musician, Dozier decided to relinquish her activities as a saxophonist upon entering college.
While attending Brooklyn College, where she initiated her studies in Theater, Paulette continued to polish her many skills by studying dance, acting and vocal performance with various private coaches and teachers such as Broadway choreographer Frank Hachett; all while juggling her college commitments, pursuing a career as a 7th Avenue showroom model and modeling instructor at the famous Barbizon School of Modeling.