Tommy Dorfman
Tommy Dorfman
as Oscar

Actor Biography

Tommy Dorfman stars as Oscar on Freeform's highly anticipated limited series "Love in the Time of Corona." Roommates Oscar and Elle's mostly platonic friendship becomes increasingly complicated with the uncertainty of the pandemic as they wonder if they can find love under one roof.

Dorfman is a multifaceted talent who broke into Hollywood with the hit Netflix series "13 Reasons Why," where they played the recurring role of Ryan Shaver for two seasons. The series was based on the best-selling novel written by Jay Asher and backed by Selena Gomez as executive producer."

Most recently, Dorfman starred in the off-Broadway play "Daddy," written by Jeremy O. Harris. They starred alongside Alan Cumming and Hari Nef in the original show at the Signature Theatre, co-produced by The Vineyard Theatre and The New Group.

Other recent on-screen credits include Hulu's "Love, Victor," The CW's "Jane The Virgin," Jenji Kohan's "American Princess" and Netflix's "Insatiable."

Dorfman was born in Atlanta, Georgia, where they developed a passion for storytelling while dancing at the Atlanta Ballet. They began an acting career after obtaining their Bachelor of Arts in theatre performance from Fordham University at Lincoln Center. Recently, Dorfman was the creative director and photographer on major fashion campaigns, including Uggs and Ferragamo. They also shot the infamous Paper Magazine cover with Pete Davidson as a living "Ken" doll. Dorfman has become one of Gen-Z's most buzzed-about fashion personalities, having made appearances for Saint Laurent, Margiela, Loewe, Fendi, Hugo Boss and Calvin Klein, among others.

Dorfman is also a passionate activist who is outspoken on their support for gun reform, voting, women's rights and LGBTQIA+ rights. Dorfman had the honor of accepting their first GLAAD Award in recognition of their goal to shine a light on the experiences of a gender non-conforming person in Hollywood. They also actively support all programs within the Ali Forney Center, which provides aid to homeless LGBT youth. Dorfman continues to use their acting career as a platform through which they can promote positive change in this world.

Dorfman currently resides in Los Angeles, California.