*Actor Dorien Wilson just can’t seem to “get right” when it comes to his drinking problem.
His imbibing problem is costing him big time. In fact, he just got sentenced for a second DUI, reports TMZ.
Law enforcement sources tell us Wilson was driving in Los Angeles back in February when he was pulled over and booked for DUI. Wilson, who played Terrence Winningham on [“Sister,Sister”], was in court Friday and pled no contest to the charge.
He was sentenced to 4 days in jail and 4 years probation. He also has to have an interlock device installed in his vehicle — not that it matters right now … since his license has been suspended.
Wilson’s previous DUI arrest was in 2009.
51-year-old Wilson, in spite of his drinking issues, has had quite a successful acting career.
Wilson played the role of Professor Stanley Oglevee on the UPN sitcom The Parkers and as talk-show host Eddie Charles on HBO‘s series Dream On. He had a recurring role as Terrence on Sister, Sister. He also played Warrington Steele on The Steve Harvey Show and co-starred alongside Sherman Hemsley on the short-lived sitcom Goode Behavior.