Feb. 2nd, 1966
Berkeley, California, USA
D.C. Douglas' Main TV Roles
Main Movie Roles2009 - Labor Pains
2009 - Poker Run
2008 - Deadwater
2004 - Billy's Dad Is a Fudge-Packer
2004 - Taegukgi hwinalrimyeo
2001 - Totally Blonde
1995 - Under Siege 2: Dark Territory
Guest TV Roles
Opening Announcer (Voiced)
Born in Berkeley, California, to a liberal/artist mother and a conservative/salesman father during the tumultuous sixties. Like his vaudevillian grandfather, he fell into theatre at an early age. Acting was the one constant in a childhood filled with many moves and schools.
He studied and preformed at the San Jose Music/Arts Institute, the San Jose Children's Musical Theatre and the East Bay Centre Repertory as well as other Northern California theatre companies in the late 70s and early 80s.
He moved to Los Angeles in 1985 to study under (the late, great) Estelle Harman, became a member of the critically acclaimed New One-Act Theatre Ensemble from 1989 to 1992 and landed several small film and TV roles here and there.
His semi-break came in 1996, when he was cast in a guest role on the pilot "Boston Common" (1996). The producers liked his quirky versatility on-camera (and his loud laugh off-camera at the network run-thru) that he returned for 10 more episodes as the anal and humorless "D.C."
More film and TV work followed; An effete designer on "Beverly Hills, 90210" (1990), a clueless dimwit on King's Pawn (1999) (TV) with James Avery (I) and Glenn Morshower, an understated lawyer on The Commission (2003) with Martin Sheen and Martin Landau. In the Krista Allen film, Totally Blonde (2001), as well as the Tony Plana film Change Your Life! (2009), his versatility was put to use again as several different characters.
In recent years, his voice over career has gone into hyper-drive. Aside from countless radio and television commercials, he landed the Celebrity Campaign for GEICO as well as the villain Albert Wesker in Resident Evil 5. He can be heard in the upcoming Mass Effect 2, Tekken 6 and "Family Guy" (1999).
- Appeared on _"Win, Lose or Draw" (1987)_ (qv) with 'Ned Beatty' (qv) and 'Martin Sheen' (qv) ... He lost.
- His grandfather, Joe Miller, became a local legend in San Francisco for his weekly spiritual walks through Golden Gate Park and his work with the Theosophical Society. "Great Song: The Life and Teachings of Joe Miller" was published after his death.
- His grandmother, 'Grace Hathaway' (qv) was a burlesque dancer in the 40s and early 50s. She also performed in the waning days of Vaudeville with his grandfather, Joe Miller.
- Considers 'Earl Boen' (qv) his first mentor when he performed in Earl and 'Carole Kean' (qv)'s murder mystery company in the mid-80s.
- Was the face mask worn by the alien "Jennings" in the FedEx Superbowl Commercial. (2004)
- His mother, 'Betty Malicoat' (qv), is an artist in Central California.
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