Mostly Credited As: Doug Hutchison
Date Of Birth: May 26, 1960 (Age 53)
Country Of Birth: USA
Birth Place: Dover, Delaware
Doug Hutchison was born on May 26th, 1960, on an airforce base in Dover, Delaware. He grew up in the streets of Detroit, Michigan, and then lived in Minneapolis, Minnesota, before moving to New York City where he attended the Juilliard School for a brief stint. Afterward, Hutchison studied with renowned acting teacher, Sanford Meisner, for two years and worked a plethora of odd jobs to pay the rent as well as landing roles in regional and off-broadway plays. He was cast in his first feature film, "Fresh Horses" in 1987.
After relocating to Los Angeles, Hutchison played cameos and small but pivotal parts in such films as "The Chocolate War", "The Lawn Mower Man", "A Time to Kill", "Batman and Robin", and "Love Always". The actor also appeared in memorable television guest starring roles on "Millennium", "Space: Above and Beyond", "CSI", "Boomtown", and "Law and Order: SVU". His portrayal of Eugene Victor Tooms in two episodes of "The X-Files" is a cult favorite.
In 1999, Hutchison played the unforgettable role of Percy Wetmore in the Oscar nominated "The Green Mile". After that, he starred in "Bait" (w/Jamie Fox), "I Am Sam" (w/Sean Penn), "The Salton Sea" (w/Val Kilmer), and "No Good Deed" (w/Sam Jackson).
A prolific writer and determined filmmaker, Hutchison plans on directing his original screenplay, "The Thirteenth" -- A horror genre ghost story in the vein of "The Shining" and "Scream" -- under the umbrella of his production company, "Dark Water Films".
He resides in Los Angeles and New York City.