Douglas is a good lyricist and has written many songs. He is also a poet and takes writing classes.
Douglas lived in Australia for four months while doing the TV series Out There.
Douglas appeared in commercials for Rattlin' Wrestlers.
Douglas' other film and TV movie credits include Death Game (1996), Partners in Action (2002), Stuck in the Middle With You (2003), Rock the Paint (2005), Citizen Duane (2006), and The Beautiful Ordinary (2007).
His nicknames are Doogie and Doug.
Douglas, along with his castmates, was nominated a 2005 Young Artist Award in the category "Best Performance in a Feature Film - Young Ensemble Cast" for the movie Sleepover.
Douglas resides in Los Angeles, California (2008).
Douglas is 6' 3¼" (1.91 m) tall.
His parents, producer Maurice Smith and Terrea Smith, are divorced.
Doug enjoys snowboarding and breakdancing.
Doug likes to play the guitar. He plays the guitar in his trailer during filming breaks on Big Love.
Douglas likes to make short films. He also shares the same name and nationality with Canadian short film writer and Aurora awardee Douglas Smith.
Douglas: (He was being mistaken for Jeremy Sumpter) For a while, when Peter Pan came out, everybody thought I was the guy in Peter Pan. Then I made a little kid cry because he ran up to me and thought I was Peter Pan, and he wanted me to fly. [Laughs].
Douglas: (about working on "Big Love") For me, life on the set was, I hate to say it, but it was like a dream. We waited a year to get started with shooting, and it was really nerve-racking. You know how when you've waited for something for a while and you finally get it, it's not as good as you were expecting?
Douglas: (on his character Ben in "Big Love") He's kind of pathetic in that way and I think it's a very common thing for kids that are in a strict household, whether it be religious or not, when sex is not addressed or talked about.
Douglas: (on going to college and working on "Big Love") Yeah, I asked the A.D. on Big Love if he could try and free me up Tuesday nights, and he was able to - so I took one class while we were shooting. Now I'm getting in a full semester. I want to get a degree in English and Journalism. I really like reading and writing. And there's plenty of time on the set when you're just in your trailer waiting, which doesn't bother me because I have my homework and books to read.
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