Douglas is one of Australia’s most versatile actors, working across film and television, theatre, musical theatre, cabaret, the concert platform and as a voiceover artist both here and in the UK.

A member of the original Australian cast of the Broadway hit musical Come From Away, he recently concluded his time with the production after 760 performances. He can also be seen in the UK medical thriller Malpractice, currently streaming on iTV. Doug is in high demand as an acting coach and has taught at some of the most prestigious institutions in Australia and the UK including the National Institute the of Dramatic Art (NIDA), Mountview Academy and Associated Studios London.

Theatre credits Include: Come From Away (Original & touring Australian Casts), North By Northwest (Key & McLean Productions), Baghdaddy (Or How I Started The Iraq War), The Wharf Revue De Ja Revue, The Wharf Revue Open For Business (Sydney Theatre Company), Beauty and the Beast (Regal Theatre, Birmingham), ThirtyThree (Leicester Square Theatre), Manhattan Parisienne (The Other Palace, London), Victory (Johanson Productions, London), Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre), A Dolls House (Sport For Jove Theatre Co.), Neighbourhood Watch (Ensemble Theatre), Freud’s Last Session (Theatre Royal Sydney), The Temperaments/s, Fatboy (New Theatre), The Importance of Being Earnest, Macbeth, Lady Windermere’s Fan (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), The Cold Child (Griffin Theatre Company), Actors At Work  (Bell S ha k es pea r e)

Film & Television credits Include: Malpractice (World Productions for iTV), Adrift (Lakeshore Productions), The Killer Beside Me (October Films), The Silent (Lightning Oak Productions), Critical  (Sky TV, UK), Home and Away (Channel Seven), Underbelly: Badness (Screentime Australia), A// Saints (Channel Seven)

A singer, musician and creative, he began studying classical piano from the age of 5 and began singing with local community groups from the age of 10. He attended secondary school at Newtown High School of the Performing Arts and upon graduating, successfully auditioned for the acting course at the prestigious Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), graduating with a Bachelor of Arts (Acting) in 2003. He has worked with some of the world’s leading creatives including Alain Boublil and Claude Michel-Schoenberg, Peter Sellars, Christopher Ashley and Philip Barantini. He is a recipient of the Mike Walsh Fellowship (2013).