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Doug Rao

Doug Rao

Doug Rao is an English actor. He played DS Stuart Turner in *The Bill *, and has starred in theatre with *The Royal Shakespeare Company *, in three world premieres including David Edgar's *The Prisoner's Dilemma * and Peter Whelan's A Russian in the Woods.

In 2007 he wrote, produced and directed the short film War Hero, which played in competition at the Hollywood Film Festival, LA Shorts Fest, NYC Shorts, The Odense Film Festival and the European Independent Film Festival in Paris.

Doug is the founder of Peasant Films.

Doug is the writer of "The Partisan", a feature film developed with Film 4, The UK Film Council, B3 Media and the Binger FilmLab.

Doug is co-author of the feature film The Source.

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Doug graduated from the Central School of Speech and Drama in 1999 and has since starred in film, theatre and television.

Highlights include the lead role of WW2 photographer Robert Capa in the BBC Film D-DAY, the assassin Elgin Gatsby opposite Sean Bean in ITV's gangster drama Extremely Dangerous and leading roles in theatre at the Royal Shakespeare Company.

He fulfilled his dream of studying yoga in India in 2004 where he gained his Yoga Teacher's qualification from Sivananda Ashram in Kerala.

In 2009 Doug produced and directed a Yoga DVD, with his father: Sam & Doug Rao's Yoga for Any-Body.

Doug lives in Los Angeles.

Whilst living in LA Doug featured on NCIS: Los Angeles as an undercover C.I.A agent attempting to recover a stolen predator drone, he is then shot by his partner who was working for the Mexican drug cartel.

Doug appears in season 3 episode 5.

Doug wrote and directed the short film Jubilee (2009) starring Patrick Baladi, Sam Spruell, Ayesha Dharker and which has been selected for the 53rd BFI London Film Festival 2009..

Jubilee has been shortlisted for the Satyajit Ray Short Film Award

Doug Rao
Born(1974-03-31)31 March 1974(age 42)
London, England


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