Douglas recently appeared as Charles Clarke in the critically acclaimed production of Titanic at Charing Cross Theatre.
Theatre credits include: The Wharf Revue (Sydney Theatre Company), Torvald Helmer in A Doll’s House (Seymour Centre, Sydney), C.S. Lewis in the Australian premiere of Freud’s Last Session (Theatre Royal, Sydney), When Blair Had Bush and Bunga (Edinburgh Festival), Orsino in Twelfth Night (Sydney Festival), Algernon in The Importance of Being Earnest, Macbeth, Lady Windamere’s Fan (Darlinghurst Theatre Company,), Oedipus Rex (Sydney Festival, dir. Peter Sellars), Variations (Hayes Theatre), Going Bush (Bush Theatre, Upstairs) Neighbourhood Watch, We’re Going On A Bear Hunt (Ensemble Theatre, Sydney) Das Kaltë Kind: The Cold Child (Griffin Theatre Company), Emily Eyefinger (Monkey Baa Theatre Company), Fatboy, The Temperamentals (New Theatre Sydney), Shakespeare On Trial (National Tour), Actors at Work (Bell Shakespeare Company).
Television & film credits include: Critical (SkyTV, UK), The Code (ABC), Underbelly (Channel 9), All Saints, Home and Away (Channel 7), 36 Squad (Breakaway TV), Scheyville, (AFTRS), Chocolate Cake (Project Greenlight). He also recently voiced the commentary for the 2015 Special Re-release of the 1959 Gregory Peck classic, On the Beach.
As a singer, he has appeared in concert with Sydney Symphony Orchestra in Queen of Spades, Harmonium, Symphony of Psalms, in cabaret and as a regular artist with The Song Company.
Douglas is an acting graduate of the Western Australian Academy of Performing Arts (WAAPA) and has also studied with renowned acting coach Larry Moss.
He is a 2013 recipient of The Mike Walsh Fellowship for Outstanding Young Talent.