Billy Dean has been in McDonalds, Valvoline, and Chevy commercials.
In 1988, Billy Dean appeared on Star Search with Ed McMahon and won as the male vocalist champion.
In 1982, Billy Dean made it to the final round of the "Wrangler Country Star Search."
Billy Dean majored in physical education in college.
Billy Dean performed "Once In A While" on the soundtrack for the movie 8 Seconds.
Billy Dean sang a duet with Dolly Parton called (You Got Me Over) A Heartache Tonight.
Billy Dean sang a duet with Suzy Bogguss called Something Up My Sleeve.
Billy Dean performed the song "Amazing Grace" in the movie Maverick.
Billy Dean has hosted a Lifetime TV Special, "Good Morning Texas," "Prime Time Country," and "ABC In Concert Country."
Billy Dean has appeared in the movies A Face to Kill For and Blue Valley Songbird.
Billy Dean love to play basketball, play all water sports, and he loves to read.
Billy Dean's biggest musical influences are Merle Haggard, his dad Billy Dean Sr., and James Taylor.
Billy Dean's wife's name is Stephanie.
Billy Dean went to college on a basketball scholarship.
Billy Dean went to East Central Junior College in Decatur, Mississippi.
Billy Dean is six feet four inches tall.
In 2004, Billy Dean signed a new deal with Curb Records.
Billy Dean has appeared on shows like One Life to Live and Wings.
Billy Dean's debut hit single was called "Only Here For a Little While."
Billy Dean appeared on Star Search in the early 1990's.
Billy Dean: I know now what my priorities are. My children matter above all else, but I know that my music is a part of me just like my kids are. I'm really enjoying myself now. I love what I'm doing.
Billy Dean: I will never forget the big words of wisdom my father gave me about my desire to be an entertainer... 'Son, it won't surprise me if you make it but it would surprise me if you didn't.'