As an actor, Doug worked across most of the mediums in the profession including film and TV, theatre, musical theatre and voiceover, both in Australia and in the UK. He is currently appearing in the Australian premiere of the hit Broadway musical Come From Away at Melbourne’s Comedy Theatre.
Theatre credits include: The Wharf Revue: De Ja Revue (Sydney Theatre Company). Manhattan Parisienne (The Other Palace, London), Thirty Three (Leicester Square Theatre), and Beauty and the Beast (Regal Theatre, Worcestershire), Titanic (Charing Cross Theatre), When Blair Had Bush and Bunga (Pleasance Theatre, Edinburgh), A Doll’s House (Seymour Centre, Sydney), The Wharf Revue: Open For Business (Sydney Theatre Company), Going Bush (Bush Theatre London), Oedipus Rex (Sydney Festival), Freud’s Last Session (Theatre Royal, Sydney), Macbeth, The Importance of Being Earnest, Lady Windamere’s Fan (Darlinghurst Theatre Company), Neighbourhood Watch, We’re Going On A Bear Hunt (Ensemble Theatre), Emily Eyefinger (Monkey Baa Theatre Company), The Temperamentals (New Theatre), The Cold Child (Griffin Theatre Co.), Actors At Work (Bell Shakespeare Co).
Film and television credits include The Killer Beside Me (October Films), The Silent (Lightning Oak Productions), The Ghost of Cassley (ZDF), Critical (SkyUK), Home and Away (Channel 7, Australia), Underbelly (UBB Productions), All Saints (Channel 7, Australia), Failure To Thrive (Nicky Bentham), Tell Me How You See The Sky (Palmer Productions), The Code (ABC, Australia), 36 Squad (Breakaway TV).
Doug has worked at various institutions as an acting coach, vocal coach, teacher, director and musical director, including NIDA, London City Academy, Mountview Academy (London), Urdang Academy (London) and Associated Studios (London).
Training: Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA), Larry Moss Masterclass (Sydney, Australia), Associated Studios, London.