Doug Hutchison's update website includes a demo reel. Most of the clips are from movies but there is one from The Practice as well.
TvGuide is featuring a story called Scariest X-Files Monsters. Doug's character is listed on the second page, Eugene Victor Tooms.
7 episodes of Doug's webisodic series The Vampire Killers will be available soon online in the fall of 2008. The official website has a main page but no other information. The premise is that four twenty something guys chase and kill sexy female vampires.
An interview with the star Ginger Pullman of Doug's new webisodic called Vampire Killers is up at Horror.com website. If offers a fascinating look at Doug as executive producer and creator of this new horror webisodic pilot.
Doug participated in an interview in February 2008 about his role in the new film Punisher:WarZone. The website is at Superheroflix. The interview is in italian but is translated half way down the page.
Doug is working on his filmmaking debut with
his screenplay The Damned.
In 2008 Doug is producing webisodes of a news series called Vampire Killers.
Doug is currently filming the Lions Gate film The Punisher: War Zone. Doug plays the character LBJ(Looney Bin Jim)brother of Jigsaw. Filming is taking place in Montreal, Canada.
Doug will be filming The Burrowers this summer in New Mexico. The film is being directed by J.T. Petty and is described as a horror thriller. The film also stars Clancy Brown and William Mapother, two actors that have also appeared on the television series Lost. Doug's character is named Henry Victor.
Doug is filming a new movie called Days of Wrath, he has a cameo as a Russian Drug lord named Vadim.
Doug is scheduled to appear on an episode of the series Lost. His character's name is Horace. The episode is called The Man Behind the Curtain which is alludes to the film The Wizard of Oz.
Doug was on the frontpage of Entertainment Weekly with Tom Hanks and Michael Clarke Duncan in December 1999 issue 516.
Staci Layne Wilson considers Doug a winner in her article about the press junket for the Salton Sea. Doug was very friendly and available with the press.
Doug graciously answered questions for the now defunct 11th Hour online magazine website back in 1999. Insightful and fun, I recommend reading this interview if you are interested in learning more about Doug Hutchison.
There is an active campaign by some fans of The Watchmen (a twelve-issue graphic novel written by Alan Moore and illustrated by Dave Gibbons)to have Doug cast as the character Rorschach when the film is made.On June 23, 2006 it was confirmed by Warner Bros. Studios that Zack Snyder would direct the big screen adaptation of Watchmen.
Doug is asked by Rebecca Murray of About.com "What was your experience like working with Val Kilmer?"
"Val's a trip. He's on Planet Val. I love him; he's been one of my favorite actors for a long time. When I saw him in "The Doors," I thought that was Jim Morrison resurrected. Then in "Tombstone" when he played Doc Holliday, I was just floored. So the opportunity to work beside him is a real thrill".
A 10 part video of Doug Hutchison's talk at Oglethorpe University that took place this year is available for viewing at youtube.
According to the official website, Doug has also booked a recurring role on pilot for a show starring David James Elliot (JAG). It is called Sixty Minute Man.
This pilot was to be shot in Mar/06.
Doug created the "Green Mile Journal" in 1998 during the filming of The Green Mile.It was his way to share the filming experience with his fans. The journal was on the official web site until Doug decided to self publish the journal. Now out of print Doug decided to share the journal again on the official web site. It is written in Doug's own unique style and is a great deal of fun to read.
Doug just booked a recurring role on a NBC pilot entitled Kidnapped about two FBI agent adversaries who are helping a prominent family rescue their child from the clutches of ruthless kidnappers. Doug plays the role of "Schroeder", the mastermind behind the kidnapping scheme. The pilot also stars Delroy Lindo (as one of the FBI agents), commences shooting in NYC during December '05/January '06, and NBC will consider picking it up as a series.
Kidnapped has been picked up for 13 episodes and filming starts June/06 in NYC and will be shown on NBC in the Fall
Kidnapped was cancelled by NBC. They have been airing the rest of the filmed episodes online.
Doug has his own production company called, "Dark Water Films".
Doug conducts acting workshops and classes entitled, "The Art of Stillness."
Doug once had a Yorkshire terrier dog called Hopper.
Doug is approximately 5' 6" (1.68 m) tall.
Doug was married to Amanda Sellers.
They married in March 2003, and divorced in 2005.Amanda was touring with Paperboy Jack but the band has split up. She is now solo and her music can be found on her Myspace profile.
Amanda was formerly with the band Amandasonic in Canada.
Doug has been cast in the independent feature, Searching for Mickey Fish written by Jeffrey Arbaugh and directed by Don Most (of Happy Days fame). A light-hearted, funny, and often poignant David-vs-Goliath story about a couple of ordinary guys going up against the big guns of corporate America. Doug stars as "J.P.Montgomery", a corporate giant who is charming, seductive, and always lethal. The film also stars Daniel Baldwin and Treat Williams. Shooting commences in Provo, Utah.
Searching for Mickey Fish now called Big Deal has finished filming.
Big Deal is now called Moola and is opening at Newport Beach Film Festival on April 20, 2007
Doug resides in Los Angeles and New York City.
Doug is best known for his portrayal of Eugene Victor Tooms in two episodes of The X-Files, and his role as Percy Wetmore in the Stephen King film - The Green Mile.
Doug says that the best part of being an actor is "getting paid to play."
Doug has stated that the hardest part of his job is trying to "find new, fresh, original ways to play bad guys."
Doug says that if he had decided not to pursue a career in acting, he would have became a teacher.
Doug says that the one person he would like to meet one day is Eddie Vedder (of the band Pearl Jam).
In his spare time Doug enjoys Writing. Reading. Watching movies. Taking walks through Central Park. Eating out at good restaurants, and hanging out with friends.
Doug states that seeing Sean Penn in At Close Range inspired him to become an actor.
Doug's favourite food is Grilled tuna.
Doug's favourite role that he's played in is Cupid, the reinqueer, in Circle X Theatre's production of The Eight.
In 2000, Doug was nominated for the Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Theatrical Motion Picture for: The Green Mile (1999).
In 2000, Doug was nominated for the Golden Satellite Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role, Drama for: The Green Mile (1999).
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".
Doug studied acting for two years with Sanford Meisner.
Doug made his first feature appearance in the film Fresh Horses (1988).
Doug attended Juilliard School.
Doug grew up in Detroit, MI and Minneapolis, MN.
Doug's former band, the Yuh uh uh uh's had a semi famous song played on the Dr. Demento show called "Dog with the plastic stomach".
Doug:Kidnapped was a blast. We shot in NYC. I was involved in the pilot through episode six. NBC pulled the plug after ep five, I think. Too bad the show was cancelled. I think it was quite good. Hopefully, the series will be out on DVD sometime in 2007, so people will be able to enjoy it
Doug: Type-casting has never been a concern of mine. I take comfort in actors like Gary Oldman, Billy Bob Thornton, James Gandolfini, James Woods, Vincent D'Onofrio, and James Spader, etc. -- all who forged careers playing villains at first before becoming their own unconventional leading men.
Doug: Both The X-Files and Millenium flirted with the unknown. I think we're fascinated with that: the unknown. It's like God or religion; an act of faith and intrigue. On a less metaphysical level, both The X-Files and MilleniumT were forerunners in filmic TV. They broke ground in style: gritty, dark, and feature-esque.
Doug: I remember when I was a kid, I would run somewhat loudly into the living room in the afternoon and Grandma would be like, 'Shhh, Dougie, my story is on,' and it would be The Guiding Light on in the background. With Granny it never mattered in the duration of my career that I did a movie with Tom Hanks, that I acted with Val Kilmer, Sean Penn. It didn't matter. She didn't care. 'Dougie, when are you going to be on my story?' So I imagine now Granny is up in heaven dancing with Jesus and watching The Guiding Light on the celestial network with all the saints and angels. She is probably ecstatic that her grandson finally made it in her eyes.
Doug Hutchison Quote (on if he considered himself a character actor): In my opinion, all actors are 'character actors' because we all play characters.
Doug :Remembering Darren McGavin:
I used to watch The Night Stalker every week when I was a kid. Kudos to Darren McGavin for scaring the piss out of me and forcing me to pull the sheets up over my head at bedtime!