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D.C. Douglas

 

 

DC DouglasD.C. Douglas (born February 2, 1966) is an American character actor, voice actor, and director now living in Los Angeles. Douglas was born in Berkeley, California. His father was a salesman, and his mother was an artist and writer. His grandparents were vaudeville performers. His grandmother, Grace Hathaway, continued in burlesque as a dancer and his grandfather, Joe Miller, became known in San Francisco for his talks at the Theosophy Lodge and his weekly walks through Golden Gate Park. D.C. Douglas lives in the Laurel Canyon area of Los Angeles, California, and continues to act in film, television and theatre as well as perform voice over.

Douglas performed on stage in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late '70's and early '80's, moving to Los Angeles in 1985 to study at the Estelle Harman Actors Workshop. In Los Angeles, he co-founded the improvisation troupe "Section Eight," and was a member of Theatre of NOTE.

In 1996, he appeared in NBC pilot Boston Common and in 10 additional episodes as "D.C." Douglas later appeared in The Bold and the Beautiful, 24, Star Trek: Enterprise, NYPD Blue, ER, Charmed, "Without A Trace among others.

Douglas starred in Falling Words in 1996, his first film short, followed by The Eighth Plane, an anti-Scientology gangster film short and Freud and Darwin Sitting in a Tree.

In 2005, Douglas's film short, Duck, Duck, Goose!, played film festivals worldwide and received awards for the Best Short from the Seattle's True Independent Film Festival (STIFF) and Best Actor from the Trenton Film Festival.

2009 saw the actor in five films, including Black Ops with Lance Henriksen and Universal Remote: The Movie with Charles Q. Murphy; Hallmark Channel TV movie Final Approach with Dean Cain; and the Lindsay Lohan "comeback" film Labor Pains on the ABC Family channel.

His 2009 CGI film short, The Crooked Eye starring Fay Masterson and narrated by Academy Award winner Linda Hunt, played festivals around the world and won awards for Best Narration (Seattle's True Independent Film Festival (STIFF)), Best Screenplay (HDFest - New York) and Best Animated Short (Red Rock Film Festival). He most recently appeared in CBS's Criminal Minds.

D.C. Douglas lives in the Laurel Canyon area of Los Angeles, California, and continues to act in film, television and theatre as well as perform voice over.

D.C. also works as a voice over performer in television and radio commercials as well as voice-matching celebrities like Val Kilmer and Kevin Spacey. He was part of the first wave of "internet age" voice over artists at the beginning of the 21st century who built and worked from home studios.

Recent voice over credits include The Master in the "Buffy the Vampire Slayer" video game, Albert Wesker in "Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles", "Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles", "Resident Evil 5" and "Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds, Raven in Tekken 6, AWACS Ghost Eye in "Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation", Commandant Alexei in Tales of Vesperia, Legion in Mass Effect 2, Grimoire Noir in Nier, as well as several national campaigns (including the GEICO "Celebrity" campaign from 2006–2008, the McDonald's "Be The Sizzle" campaign from 2009–2010, and Radio Shack's "Holiday Hero" campaign in 2010).

In April, 2010, Douglas came under fire from the Tea Party movement for a phone call he made to Freedomworks in which he left an inflammatory voice mail. A day later GEICO dropped him from the new "shocking news" series of internet commercials that were in post-production. This led to some debate in the voice over community about whether announcers were public figures. Douglas responded by producing a mock Tea Party PSA for YouTube that was subsequently broadcast on Joy Behar's HLN show with Douglas as a guest.
In addition to his commercial and video game voice over work, he also does many voice overs for the non-profit progressive research and information center Media Matters for America.

 



 

 

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