D.C. Douglas

D.C. Douglas

actor, producer, editor

D.C. Douglas was born on Feb 02, 1966 in USA. D.C. Douglas's big-screen debut came with Future Force directed by David A. Prior in 1989, strarring Billy. D.C. Douglas is known for Mass Effect: Legendary Edition directed by Casey Hudson, Steven Barr stars as Urdnot Wrex and Kimberly Brooks as Ashley Williams. D.C. Douglas has got 17 awards and 4 nominations so far. The most recent award D.C. Douglas achieved is Eastern Europe International Movie Awards. The upcoming new tvshow D.C. Douglas plays is Bastard!! Heavy Metal, Dark Fantasy - Season 1 which will be released on Jun 30, 2022.

D.C. Douglas has cobbled together a fairly quirky acting career in theatre, film, television and video games since 1985.On-camera, D.C. has popped up in odd or cultish indie films, from Sharknado 2: The Second One (2014) and Deadwater (2008) to Aquarium of the Dead (2021) and The Dead Island (2016). As a TV "journeyman" he's guest-starred or recurred in over 50 shows, including Boston Common (1996), Amour, gloire et beauté (1987), Z Nation (2014) , and CSI: Vegas (2021).In voice over, D.C. found much unexpected success. (He often describes his foray into VO as accidental - an after thought when he signed with a commercial agent in the '90's.) His most notable commercial campaigns were for Geico's "Real Person" campaign ('05-'08) and Ashley Furniture Homestore ('03 - '06).In the video game world, he's known as the heart string pulling Geth, Legion, in the Mass Effect: Legendary Edition (2021) trilogy, the voice of the iconic villain, Albert Wesker, in 9 "Resident Evil" games, and Kamoshida in Persona 5 (2016).In anime, his popular voice roles include Yoshikage Kira in Jojo's Bizarre Adventure (2012), Wooden Sword Ryu in Shaman King (2021) and Praetorian in Super Crooks (2021). Cartoon highlights include Transformers: Rescue Bots - Mission Protection! (2011) and Regular Show (2009).D.C. was born in Berkeley, California, but lived and performed in theatre throughout the San Francisco Bay Area in the late '70's and early '80's. in 1985, his family history of the circus, vaudeville and burlesque (his grandmother was Grace Hathaway) led him to pursue an acting career in Los Angeles.He attended the Estelle Harman Actor's Workshop from '85-'89. He was a member of the critically acclaimed New One-Act Theatre Ensemble (Theatre of NOTE) from '89-'93 and produced several plays and a few cabaret shows in the '90's and 2000's.D.C. has also written, produced and directed numerous short films over the years. In 2009,The Crooked Eye (2009), starring Academy Award winner Linda Hunt, received several awards and available on iTunes.Politically, in 2010 D.C. garnered many fans and detractors on social media for mocking the Tea Party movement and becoming "breaking news" on Fox News for a week, appearing on At Large with Geraldo Rivera (2003), The Joy Behar Show (2009), and becoming the set-up for a comic bit about animated corporate spokesmen on The Daily Show (1996).All that led to a string of online satirical political videos poking fun at bigotry ("Burn A Koran Day"), online misogyny Anne Thériault's the Feminist in the Wild (2015), and corporate greed ("Why #OccupyWallStreet" which was aired on The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell (2010)). During the Trump years he wrote, produced and directed 19 episodes of Breaking News: Fake Trump Cartoons! (2017) featuring the voices of many popular voice actors, including Jason Marsden, Maurice LaMarche, Steve Blum, and Robbie Daymond.D.C. still lives and works in Los Angeles. He also occasionally appears at anime/culture cons around the US and UK.

  • Birthday

    Feb 02, 1966
  • Place of Birth

    Berkeley, California, USA
  • Also known

    D. C. Douglas, DC Douglas

Known For


17 wins & 4 nominations

Eastern Europe International Movie Awards
Best Supporting Actor
Winner - Silver Award
Debt Valley (2021)
Behind the Voice Actors Awards
Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game
Winner - BTVA Video Game Voice Acting Award
Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game
Winner - BTVA Video Game Voice Acting Award
Best Vocal Ensemble in an Anime Feature Film/Special
Winner - BTVA Video Game Voice Acting Award
Best Vocal Ensemble in a Video Game
Winner - BTVA People's Choice Voice Acting Award
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