I do hope Mass Effect fans will tune into the TV shows I'll be on this month so they can see what a Geth looks like doing a sitcom!
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) March 06, 2012
Actor D.C. Douglas (IMDb) not only reprises his role as 'Legion' in Mass Effect 3 (due in stores today), but he will also be seen in three other videogames and two primetime sitcoms this month.
Douglas can be seen on the March 21st episode of TV Land's' "Hot in Cleveland" with Jon Lovitz, Ed Asner and Alex Borstein. On April 9th, Douglas will guest star on CBS' "2 Broke Girls" as Conrad Dean. [These airdates have been corrected since original release time stamp]
In the video game world, aside from being heard as Legion in the highly anticipated third installment of the "Mass Effect" series, he also reprises his role as Raven in "Street Fighter X Tekken," which will also be released today. Douglas will also show up in "Rise of Dragonian Era" and "Tales of Graces f" later in the month.
In addition, Douglas can be seen in person March 9th & 10th at the A & G Ohio convention in Cincinatti where, among other panels, he will be conducting a 21+ panel with drinks and prizes. Details about this and his TV and videogame performances can be found in his latest blog post.
"As a performer," Douglas admits, "any recognition is a delicious change from the norm - which is rejection and anonymity! I used to be known as the anal guy from NBC's 'Boston Common.' When 'Resident Evil 5' came out I was only thought of as Albert Wesker. I'm more than happy to only be thought of as Legion!" Douglas pauses a moment, then adds with a laugh, "Anyway to make me sound less pathetic?"
However, Douglas hopes his videogame fans will also embrace his on-camera career, "I do hope Mass Effect fans will tune into the TV shows I'll be on this month so they can see what a Geth looks like doing a sitcom!" (The character Legion is of the Geth race in the Mass Effect games.)
D.C. Douglas is a character actor and voice over artist in Los Angeles who is also known for taking on the Tea Party in 2010 with several viral videos. "Tea Party PSA" and "Why #OccupyWallStreet? 4 Reasons" eventually were aired on FOX News, MSNBC and CNN.
D.C. Douglas is represented by AVO Talent for voice over and The Daniel Hoff Agency for film and television.