Resumé: Doug Jackson

Friday Night Lights (May the Best Man Win) NBC Patrick Norris
Carried Away (aka Acts of Love) Farmer Films Bruno Baretto
Frequent Flyer ABC Allan Metzger
Walker, Texas Ranger (Break-In) Amadea Film Productions Joe Coppoletta
Murder in the Heartland ABC Robert Markowitz
Mississippi Burning Orion Pictures Alan Parker
Trinity 3rd Coast Productions Dennis Strini
JFK (Director's Cut) Warner Brothers Oliver Stone
Paramedics Vestron Stuart Margolin
Big Bad John Thunderhead Productions Burt Kennedy
Captured (aka Split Image) Orion Pictures Ted Kotcheff

Industrial (Representative clients)
Uncle Ben's Western Auto Corporate Magic
AVW Telav Kodak Ricelli Creative
Rent-A-Center National Piano Foundation Electronic Data Systems
Rockwell International J.C. Penney Arthur & Company
Quaker State AMS Production Group AMD
Americredit Exxon Mobil Lennox
Showbiz Pizza Place IBM Corporation Primedia Workplace Learning

Commercial/Commercial Print (Selected Clients; conflicts available upon request)
DDB Needham The Richards Group Bates Southwest
WFAA-TV KXAS Television Saatchi + Saatchi
M/C/C Foote Cone & Belding McCann-Erickson
McCormick Advertising Gibbe Productions Ricelli Creative
Barkley, Evergreen & Partners Moroch Partners Young & Rubicam
TLP, Inc. GSD&M Dennis Strini

Theatre (Representative Roles)
The Odd Couple Oscar Madison Theatre Three
South Pacific Luther Billis Northshore Music Theatre
A Class Act Ed Kleban Theatre Three
The Front Page Kruger Dallas Theater Center
Comedy of Errors Dromio of Ephesus Shakespeare Festival of Dallas
The Three Penney Opera Jonathon Jeremiah Peachum Theatre Three
A Christmas Carol Scrooge National Tour
Pygmalion Alfred Doolittle Theatre Three

Special Skills
Singer – high baritone
Comedy – scripted and sketch/improv
Drive stick shift and motorcycles
Instruments – guitar, banjo, piano
Accents – American, British, etc.
Sports – Tennis, Riding Western
Dancer – tap, jazz, Broadway, etc.
Sailing – C15 specialist.
AutoCAD Designer / Draftsman

Education and Training
Bachelor of Fine Arts, Theatre and TV/Film Stephen F. Austin State University
Master of Fine Arts, Theatre/Professional Apprenticeship, two seasons The Dallas Theatre Center
Film and TV Technique Cliff Osmond
Commercial Technique Weist-Barron School