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D.C. Douglas[1] (born February 6, 1966) is an American character actor, voice actor, writer, editor and director.

Contents

1 Early life 2 Career

2.1 Theatre, film and television 2.2 Voice-over

3 Politics 4 Filmography

4.1 Television 4.2 Voice roles

4.2.1 Anime 4.2.2 Animation 4.2.3 Film 4.2.4 Video games 4.2.5 Web Shows

5 References 6 Further reading 7 External links

Early life[edit] DC Douglas was born in Berkeley, California.[2] His father was a salesman,[2] and his mother was an artist and writer.[2][3] His grandparents were vaudeville performers.[2] His grandmother, Grace Hathaway,[4] continued in burlesque as a dancer and his grandfather, Joe Miller,[5] became known in San Francisco for his talks at the Theosophy Lodge and his weekly walks through Golden Gate Park.[6] Career[edit] Theatre, film and television[edit]

D.C. Douglas as Uncle Bill in "Little Red Riding Hood" for CMTSJ

Douglas performed on stage in the San Francisco Bay Area in the late 1970s and early 1980s, 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 landed a small role in Boston Common, an NBC pilot. When the show was picked up for a season he returned in ten additional episodes as the character D.C., the antagonist to Hedy Burress's character.

D.C. Douglas in "The Beethovens," Los Angeles, 1993.

That same year, Douglas wrote, produced and starred in Falling Words, his first festival film short. In subsequent years he wrote, produced and directed The Eighth Plane, an anti-Scientology gangster film short and Freud and Darwin Sitting in a Tree, about cousin marriage and Lewis Henry Morgan. 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. 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 (STIFF), Best Screenplay (HDFest - New York) and Best Animated Short (Red Rock Film Festival)[7] Film credits include Black Ops with Lance Henriksen, Universal Remote: The Movie with Charles Q. Murphy, the cult surprise Sharknado 2, and Helen Alone with Daniel Baldwin; Hallmark Channel TV movie Final Approach with Dean Cain; and the Lindsay Lohan "comeback" film Labor Pains on the ABC Family channel. Television credits include The Bold and the Beautiful, 24, Star Trek: Enterprise, NYPD Blue, ER, Charmed, Without a Trace among others. He most recently appeared in CBS's NCIS, Criminal Minds, ABC's Castle, Comedy Central's Workaholics and Fox's Raising Hope. In 2013, Douglas was cast as a serial killer in Apocalypse Kiss and changed his appearance to look similar to Resident Evil villain Albert Wesker. The producers were fans of the video game franchise.[8] Douglas has also worked with The Asylum since 2002, having appeared in seven films, including Sharknado 2[9] (as "Bud" the sewer worker) and Isle of the Dead (as "Aiden Wexler" - another Resident Evil inspired role)[10] on the SyFy network. Voice-over[edit] His voice-over career encompasses video games, television and radio commercials, film and voice-matching celebrities like Val Kilmer and Kevin Spacey. 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 and Mass Effect 3, Grimoire Noir in Nier, Hector Birtwhistle (H.B.) in Xenoblade Chronicles X, as well as several national campaigns (including the GEICO Celebrity campaign from 2006–2008, the McDonald's Be the Sizzle campaign from 2009–2010, Radio Shack's Holiday Hero campaign in 2010, and a 2014 Experian spots featuring Douglas and SpongeBob SquarePants voice Tom Kenny as computers[11]). Douglas is the voice of Chase in The Hub's Transformers: Rescue Bots, Dylas in Rune Factory 4. Douglas also voices Azrael in the video game BlazBlue: Chrono Phantasma and Coburn in Ubisoft's racing game The Crew. In 2016 he wrote, edited and directed an animated short, Ginger & Snapper, with Rachael Leone, an animator he met on Twitter. Voices include Lacey Chabert and several voice actors known for their work in the Resident Evil video game franchise. They include Steve Blum, Liam O'Brien, Laura Bailey and Roger Craig Smith. In addition to his commercial and video game voice-over work, he also does many voice-overs for the American Bridge 21st Century PAC and the non-profit progressive research and information center Media Matters for America.[12] Politics[edit] 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.[13] This led to some debate in the voice-over community about whether announcers were public figures.[14] 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.[15] The experience spurred Douglas to continue creating short political videos, the majority of which are satirical. Most viewed were his Burn a Koran Day video (posted by The Huffington Post[16]) and his Why #OccupyWallStreet? video (aired on MSNBC's The Last Word with Lawrence O'Donnell[17] and posted on the MoveOn.org[18] and Daily Kos websites).[19] In November 2011, D.C. Douglas tweeted out a quote from a Tower Heist Q & A at the ArcLight Hollywood where Brett Ratner made a disparaging remark about homosexuals. The Hollywood Reporter subsequently reported Douglas' tweet as the beginning of a controversy which led to Ratner stepping down from the 2012 Oscars.[20] In 2017, D.C. launched MSM Breaking News!, an internet cartoon series satirizing the Donald Trump presidency and the Robert Mueller investigation into the Russian interference in the 2016 United States elections. A typical episode was written by D.C. Douglas and produced within ten hours by D.C. and his animator, Rachael Leone. Guest voice over actors have included Steve Blum, Maurice LaMarche, Mary Elizabeth McGlynn, Todd Haberkorn, Mark Meer, and many others.[21] Filmography[edit] Television[edit]

2 Broke Girls - Conrad Dean (Ep. "And the Drug Money") 24 - Blake Simon (Ep. "Day 6: 6:00 a.m. – 7:00 a.m.") Al TV - Reginald Buttplug, fashion designer Beverly Hills, 90210 - Mr. Remington (Ep. "The Girl Who Cried Wolf") Boston Common - DC (9 episodes) Bucket & Skinner's Epic Adventures - Blake's Dad (Ep. "Epic Cut") Castle - Bill Moss (Ep. "Dial M for Mayor") Charmed - Craig (Ep. "Bride and Groom") Civil Wars - Ernie (Ep. "His Honor's Offer") Coach - Dulcimer Freak (Ep. "Leonard Kraleman: All-American") Criminal Minds - Mr. Krouse (Ep. "Risky Business") Days of Our Lives - Bellman, Brad, Mr. Bob Salke Diagnosis: Murder - Randy Thompson (Ep. "Murder in the Air") ER - Ken Ambrose (Ep. "Dead Again") Franklin & Bash - Wooten (Ep. "Strange Brew") General Hospital - Sidney (Ep. "Episode #1.7135") Hot in Cleveland - Peter Filsinger (Ep. "Rubber Ball") JAG - Dr. Alan Ganzel (Ep. "Pas de Deux") Las Vegas - Barnett (Ep. "One Nation, Under Surveillance") Melrose Place - Dweeby Executive (Ep. "And Justice For All") Mister Sterling - Danny (Ep. "Statewide Swing") NCIS - Tom Speakman (Ep. "Crescent City: Part 1") NCIS: Los Angeles - Rob Nelson (Ep. "Neighborhood Watch") NYPD Blue - Dr. Ted Hollingsworth (Ep. "What's Your Poison") Passions - Dr. Kirkwood (3 episodes) Raising Hope - Man in Suit (Ep. "It's a Hopeful Life") Renegade - Father Nelson (Ep. "Eye of the Storm") Silk Stalkings - Ferret (Ep. "Forever") Star Trek: Enterprise - Zepth (Ep. "The Breach") Strong Medicine - Agent Norton (Ep. "New Blood") Sullivan & Son - HR Guy (Ep. "Hank Speech") That 80's Show - Preppy Scum (Ep. "Tuesday Comes Over") The Bold and the Beautiful - Court Clerk, Chip, Dr. Whittman, Minister The Suite Life of Zack & Cody - Snooty Interviewer (Ep. "Books and Birdhouses") The Young and the Restless - Chad Atherton, Cohort, Kurtz What About Brian? - Gary Barnes (2 episodes) Without a Trace - Charlie Reed (Ep. "A Bend in the Road")

Voice roles[edit] See Conventions & Voice Over Credits page of the official DC Douglas website for most up-to-date titles list. Anime[edit]

Cyborg 009: Call of Justice - Professor Steven Archimedes Durarara!!x2 - Additional voices Erased - Kitamura[22] Fighting Spirit - Genji Kamogawa Hajime no Ippo - Champion Road (special) - Makunouchi Ippo Hunter x Hunter - Shoot McMahon Kyo kara Maoh! - Shori Shibuya Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans - Jasley Donomikols Naruto: Shippuden - Gari[23] One Piece - X Drake[24] (Funimation dub)

Animation[edit]

Family Guy - Superman (Ep. "Grumpy Old Man")[23] Regular Show - Colonel Rawls, Additional voices[23] The American Dream - Various[23] Transformers: Rescue Bots - Chase, Mr. Harrison, Additional voices[25]

Film[edit]

Death Race 2050 - ABE

Video games[edit]

.hack//G.U. vol.1//Rebirth - Gabi, Taihaku (2006)[25] .hack//G.U. vol.2//Reminisce - Gabi, Taihaku (2007)[25] .hack//G.U. vol.3//Redemption - Gabi, Taihaku (2007)[25] Ace Combat 6: Fires of Liberation - AWACS Ghost Eye (uncredited)[23] Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War - Dominic 'Vulture' Zubov (voice segments only) (uncredited) BlazBlue: Chronophantasma - Azrael[23] BlazBlue: Cross Tag Battle - Azrael Buffy the Vampire Slayer - The Master Dark Matter - AI[23] Eternal Sonata - Jazz (2007)[25] Fire Emblem Fates - Gunter[25] Fire Emblem Heroes - Wrys, Barst, Gunter[26] Lego Jurassic World - Additional voices[23] Lego Star Wars: The Force Awakens - 2Med2[23] Lost Dimension - George Jackman[23] Marvel vs. Capcom 3: Fate of Two Worlds - Albert Wesker (2011)[23] Mass Effect 2 - Legion (2010)[25] Mass Effect 3 - Legion,[25] Legion Assassin, Geth VI (2012) Might & Magic Heroes VI - Archangel Michael[23] Monster Hunter World - Analytics Director[23] MotorStorm: Apocalypse - Dusklite Site Manager[23] NBA 2K14 - Uber Agent[23] Nier: Automata - Pod 042[23] Nier - Grimoire Noir[23] Persona 4: Dancing All Night - Dance Instructor,[23] Cynical Voice Persona 5 - Suguru Kamoshida[23] Radiant Historia - Gafka[27] Resident Evil series

Resident Evil 5 - Albert Wesker[25] Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles - Albert Wesker (uncredited)[23] Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles - Albert Wesker[25] Resident Evil: The Mercenaries 3D - Albert Wesker[23] Resident Evil: Revelations 2 - Albert Wesker Resident Evil: Umbrella Corps - Albert Wesker,[23] Player

Rise of Dragonian Era Online - Narrator Robo Recall - Odin, Service Bots, Thug Bots Rune Factory 4 - Dylas,[23] Bado Shin Megami Tensei IV: Apocalypse - Odin[25] Space Run Galaxy - Simon[23] Spellforce 2: Shadow Wars - Avatar, Malacay SpellForce: The Breath of Winter - Uzakhan, Shamziro, Bario, Blind Monk, Desperate Soul Starhawk - Rifters, Outcasts, Radio Control Operators[25] Star Wars: The Old Republic - Various Street Fighter X Tekken - Raven,[25] Eddy Gordo (2012) Tales series

Tales of Vesperia - Alexei (uncredited) (2008)[25] Tales of Graces - President Dylan Paradine (uncredited)[25] Tales of Legendia - Stingle

Tekken series

Tekken 6 - Raven[23] Tekken 6: Bloodline Rebellion - Raven Tekken Tag Tournament 2 - Raven Tekken Tag Tournament 2 Unlimited - Raven Tekken Tag Tournament 2: Wii U Edition - Raven Tekken 3D: Prime Edition - Raven

The Crew - Coburn[23] The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel - Rufus Albarea[23] The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II - Rufus Albarea, Valimar[23] Tyranny - Sage Lantry[23] Ultimate Marvel vs. Capcom 3 - Albert Wesker Xenoblade Chronicles X - H.B.[25] Xenosaga Episode III: Also sprach Zarathustra - Suou Uzuki, Voyager[25] ZMR Zombie Monster Robots - Mech[23] Zero Escape: Zero Time Dilemma - Zero/Delta[25]

Web Shows[edit]

The Jimquisition - Albert Wesker

References[edit]

^ Douglas, D.C. (10 December 2017). "Dear User (Updated)".  ^ a b c d "Biography". D.C. Douglas. Retrieved December 19, 2010.  ^ "Additional links". Betty Malicoat. Retrieved December 16, 2010.  ^ "Laughing At The Family Circus Of Circumstances". D.C. Douglas. Retrieved December 12, 2017.  ^ "Miller Archive". www.sftslodge.org.  ^ "The Life and Teachings of Joe Miller". Archived from the original on 2006-09-08. Retrieved 2007-01-17.  ^ "Actor: Hit-The-Fan Productions". www.dcdouglas.com.  ^ "Albert Wesker Featured In 'Apocalypse Kiss' Promo". Bloody Disgusting!. 28 August 2012.  ^ BWW News Desk. "D.C. Douglas Joins Cast of Syfy's SHARKNADO 2". www.broadwayworld.com.  ^ Stanton, Barry W (6 March 2016). "What Happened to Joey Lawrence? - What He's Doing Now Update 2017". The Gazette Review.  ^ Douglas, DC. "Experian (w/ Tom Kenny)". DCDouglas.com. Retrieved 7 July 2014.  ^ http://www.dcdouglas.org/year-review-voiceover-dc-douglas/ ^ "D.C. Douglas, Former Geico Voice Actor, Fires Back At FreedomWorks (VIDEO)". Huffington Post. May 17, 2010.  ^ "Geico Announcer Loses Job By Voicing Opinion". AOL.  ^ "Art of Lying; Tea Party Fever". CNN - JOY BEHAR SHOW.  ^ "'Burn A Quran Day' Commercial: Terry Jones, Fred Phelps Mocked In Parody Ad (VIDEO) (NSFW)". Huffington Post. September 10, 2010.  ^ Warren talks financial panic cycle - The Last Word ^ "This Powerful Clip Is Exactly Why We Support #OccupyWallStreet". front.moveon.org. 5 October 2011.  ^ "UPDATE 3: #OWS: Take this video VIRAL, NOW!". www.dailykos.com.  ^ Lewis, Andy. "Meet the Man Whose Tweet Brought Down Brett Ratner". The Hollywood Reporter.  ^ Douglas, D.C. "BREAKING NEWS: Fake Trump Cartoons! A D.C. Douglas Series". BREAKING NEWS: Fake Trump Cartoons!. Retrieved 2017-12-11.  ^ https://www.dcdouglas.com/blog/videogames/anime-voice-gundam-one-piece-naruto/ ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r s t u v w x y z aa ab ac ad "Voiceover: Cartoons & Video Games". dcdouglas.com. Retrieved February 2, 2017.  ^ "The Eleven Supernovas English Dub Cast Revealed (Updated)". 29 June 2015.  ^ a b c d e f g h i j k l m n o p q r "Behind The Voice Actors – DC Douglas". Behind The Voice Actors. January 27, 2010. Retrieved June 29, 2015. Green check mark indicates roles that have been verified by BTVA through closing credits screenshots.  ^ Intelligent Systems, Nintendo EPD (February 2, 2017). Fire Emblem Heroes. iOS, Android. Nintendo. Scene: In-game character profiles, voice acting credits in lower left corner.  ^ D.C. Douglas (2018-02-18), Radiant Historia 2018 (Gafka voiced by DC Douglas), retrieved 2018-02-19 

Further reading[edit]

Power, Richard. The Life and Teachings of Joe Miller, 1993. ISBN 0-9618916-8-8. 

External links[edit]

Official website Verified Profile on IGDB.com Tea Party PSA D.C. Douglas on IMDb D.C. Douglas convention appearances on AnimeCons.com Message from D.C. Douglas to editors

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WorldCat Identities VIAF: 78600121

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