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  • Real name : Douglas Anthony Hutchison
  • Date of birth : 26/05/1960



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Doug Hutchison (1960)

Douglas Anthony Hutchison

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Doug Anthony Hutchison is an American actor, known for his roles as corrections officer Percy Wetmore in The Green Mile, Eugene Victor Tooms in The X-Files, Horace Goodspeed in Lost, and Davros in 24. He owns the production company Dark Water Inc.


 personal life
Hutchison was born in Dover, Delaware, the son of Deloris and Richard Hutchison. He spent most of his childhood in Detroit, Michigan and Minneapolis, Minnesota. He has a younger brother named Erik. Years later, he moved to New York City, where he briefly attended the Juilliard School. There, he studied with actor Sanford Meisner for two years. Hutchison made ends meet through odd-jobs, including dressing as a Citibank card while handing out fliers in Times Square.

On May 20, 2011, Hutchison married Courtney Alexis Stodden in Las Vegas, Nevada. According to the Clark County Nevada Marriage Bureau, both marriage license applicants must be at least 18 years of age; Stodden was 16. However, the bride's mother signed a consent form permitting the marriage. Stodden is Hutchison's second wife.

Hutchison began acting in high school productions at Apple Valley High School in Minnesota. Shortly after graduating from high school, at the age of 18, he starred in a Minneapolis production of Equus, to highly positive reviews. His other early stage credits include Sing Me Through an Open Window and Shakespeare's Julius Caesar.
 Television work
Hutchison has made several guest apperarences on notable shows, such as The Young Riders, Eugene Victor Tooms in The X-Files, a recurring role as the silicate, Elroy-El in Space: Above and Beyond, as 'Omega' on another Chris Carter show, Millennium, Horace Goodspeed in Lost, Sebastian Hulce on the soap opera The Guiding Light, as serial killer Humphrey Becker in Law and Order: Special Victims Unit, and the TV series Kidnapped, alongside Delroy Lindo. Recently, he has guest starred as Davros, a European terrorist in 24.

 Feature films
Hutchison entered the film business at the end of the 1980s, portraying Sproles in the 1988 drama film Fresh Horses and Obie Jameson in the film adaptation of The Chocolate War. In the 1990s he appeared in films such as The Lawnmower Man , as racist James Louis 'Pete' Willard in A Time to Kill , Con Air , and Batman & Robin . In 1999, Hutchison was cast as troublemaking prison guard Percy Wetmore in the film adaptation of Stephen King's The Green Mile, for which he received critical acclaim. He continued his career by having supporting roles in the 2000 films Shaft and Bait, I Am Sam , and 2002 films The Salton Sea and No Good Deed. Hutchison's career decreased in the 2000s, when he instead began receiving offers for short films and direct-to-video films. However, he was cast as the brother of Billy Russeti, James "Looney Bin Jim" Russeti in Punisher: War Zone, based on the antihero The Punisher. He starred alongside Thomas Jane and Ving Rhames in Give 'em Hell, Malone, released in 2009.

Currently, he is producing Vampire Killers, a show centering around the hunt for a Queen Vampire and her 13 coven members by an elite group of vampire hunters.

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