Doug Anthony Jones was born in Canada and raised in Los Angeles. Doug began studying at UCB LA when the theatre opened in 2005, appearing in various sketch shows and performing improv with UCB Harold teams "Cabbages & Kings" and "Hey, Uncle Gary!" Between 2007-10 he created several memorable shows for the UCB stage including People Mover, The Twin Peaks Talent Show, and How to Enterprise (his first one man show which he later performed to a sold out crowd at the Purple Onion as part of the 2010 San Francisco Sketchfest.) As an actor Doug has been seen on Parks and Recreation (NBC), Hung (HBO), 10 Dates From Hell (TBS), The Daily Habit (Fuel TV), Stupidface (Fuel TV), The Big Dog (Eric Appel short film), and ShopNation (Pilot). He has appeared in over a dozen TV ads including MapleStory, Rhapsody, Microsoft, Pedigree (2009 Super Bowl ad), Degree, Activision, Digiorno, a comedy short for ESPN Sportscenter, and more. He has written for the nationally syndicated and XM Satellite Radio comedy program The Phil Hendrie Show, as well as for Funny or Die, Dipdive, and Doug is a regular contributor to the video blogging site Everything is Terrible!


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