DC’s first break came in 1996 when 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.
Film credits include Black Ops with Lance Henriksen and Universal Remote: The Movie with Charles Q. Murphy; 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 Criminal Minds, NCIS: Los Angeles, ABC’s Castle, Comedy Central’sWorkaholics and Fox’s Raising Hope.
D.C. Douglas’ voice over career encompasses video games, anime, television and radio commercials, film and voice-matching celebrities like Val Kilmer and Kevin Spacey. He was part of the first wave of “internet age” voice over artists at the beginning of the 21st century who built and worked from home studios.
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 inTekken 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, as well as several national campaigns (including the GEICO Celebrity campaign from 2006–2008, the McDonald’s Be The Sizzle campaign from 2009–2010, and Radio Shack’s Holiday Hero campaign in 2010).