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Sam Douglas (born June 17, 1957) is a British/American actor best known for his role as private detective Scott Shelby in PlayStation 3 video game Heavy Rain and as Rosebud in the movie Snatch. He has had several other roles in films and on stage. His film appearances include Batman, The Fifth Element, Eyes Wide Shut, Derailed, Perfume: The Story of a Murderer and Colombiana.

He received a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Acting from Simpson College, Iowa and in Directing from University of Oklahoma Drama School. At both places of study he was under the tutorship of Alan Langdon. Sam was also a member of The Actors Space in New York City.

He has had played in several theaters in US and UK such as the Royal National Theatre, Greenwich Theatre, Royal Court Theatre and Savoy Theatre. Some of the plays included are: Edmund at The Royal Court Theatre,London , A Raisin in the Sun, Porgy and Bess at The Savoy Theatre and The Darker Face of the Earth and A Streetcar Named Desire at The Royal National Theatre in London and On The Water Front with Steven Berkhoff.

 

 

 

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