May. 26th, 1960
Dover, Delaware, USA
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Doug grew up in Detroit and Minneapolis, eventually moved to N.Y.C., and attended the Juilliard School for a brief stint. After studying two years with Sanford Meisner and working a plethora of odd-ball jobs (including dressed as a giant Citibank card handing out fliers in Times Square), the actor worked in regional and Off-Broadway theater before landing his first feature supporting role in Fresh Horses (1988)
- Is a fan of Stanley Kubrick films and lists "A Clockwork Orange" as his favorite.
- What he likes to do in his spare time is: Write, Read, Watch movies, Take walks through Central Park, Eat out at good restaurants and Hang out with friends.
- His favorite food is Grilled Tuna
- Had a Yorkshire terrier dog called Hopper
- Production company is called Dark Water Productions.
- Doug was front man for a B-52s-esque band called the Yuh-uh-uh-uhs. The group performed at clubs and coffeehouses in and around Hollywood, cut a homegrown album entitled "YUH!", and made a music video of their cult-hit single, "Vampire Chickens".