Doug Purcell

Doug Purcell

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Birthday: 
22 June 1958, Weymouth, Massachusetts, USA
Birth Name: 
Robert Douglas Purcell
Height: 
188 cm
Robert Douglas Purcell grew up in the small town of Scituate, which is located on the south shore of Massachusetts. He had a talent for art in school, graduated early from Scituate High School's Class of 1976 and joined the Marines. He has lived in California since 1982, was married in 1985 and divorced in 2003. He has two beautiful daughters.... Show more »
Robert Douglas Purcell grew up in the small town of Scituate, which is located on the south shore of Massachusetts. He had a talent for art in school, graduated early from Scituate High School's Class of 1976 and joined the Marines. He has lived in California since 1982, was married in 1985 and divorced in 2003. He has two beautiful daughters.Purcell has worked steadily in film, television and commercials. Stage credits include performances as "Major Roberts" in Layon Gray's acclaimed WWII play, Black Angels Over Tuskegee (2009), "Murray" in the New Voices/OC Playwrights Alliance production of Christmas In Pakistan (2007), "Bobby" in the Dillstar West production of The Soprano's Last Supper, and "Petruchio" in the Newport Beach Repertory production of The Haunting of Will Shakespeare. Although often cast as the authority figure, such as the "Police Officer" in the short film, The Silent (2006), the villainous Army General "Agamemnon" in the award winning short, Cassandra (2006) or the "Slot Machine Pit Boss" opposite Al Pacino in Ocean's Thirteen (2007), Purcell lists some of the more off-beat characters he has played as personal favorites. They include the down and out ex-boxer, ex-mafia tough guy "Joe" in the faith-based feature film, Faith Happens (2005) and the gay "Bartender" in the feature film, Hollywood, Je T'aime (2009).Purcell can be seen as the Angels Pitching Coach, the Umpire and annoying Sports Writer in several television commercials for Howard's TV & Appliances, featuring Angels manager, Mike Scioscia and 2nd baseman, Howie Kendrick. His voice (as various characters) can be heard in several humorous Howard's TV "Halo Hotline" radio spots during the L.A. Angels of Anaheim '07-'09 baseball seasons. Show less «

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Oceans Thirteen

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Nip Tuck - Season 3

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