Originally from Longmeadow, Massachusetts, Douglas' interest in acting began with his first pair of Underoos. The joy of pretend fired his passion and imagination for more. Some years later during rehearsals for his high school's production of "Grease," Douglas came to realize he had found his haven. Studying in England at the British American Drama Academy and in Ithaca College's BFA Acting Program soon followed. Upon graduation, Douglas spent a summer with the Hampshire Shakespeare Company before moving to New York City. In New York, Douglas found success in the critically acclaimed Off-Broadway show, "Never Swim Alone" as well as in the NYC Premiere of "The Action Against Sol Schumman" by Jeffery Sweet. In addition, he also shot several national commercials and plenty of short films, one of which he costarred with Peter Boyle.
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