Abrahams, Doug (Douglas Abrahms, Doug Abrams)
ABRAHAMS, Doug (Douglas Abrahms, Doug Abrams)
Garbage collector, Deep Sleep, Deep Sleep Productions, 1990.
Police officer outside garage, Run, Buena Vista, 1991.
Hospital room police officer, The Crush, Warner Bros., 1993.
Ed Dawson, Someone to Die For, Libra, 1995.
The Amazing Panda Adventure (also known as The Amazing Panda Rescue and Little Panda ), Warner Bros., 1995.
Guard, Big Bully, Warner Bros., 1996.
Narrator Hachiro Tohbe, Jin–Roh (also known as Jin Roh: The Wolf Brigade, Kerberos Panzer Cops, and The Wolf Brigade ), Tidepoint, 1998.
Security guard, Disturbing Behavior (also known as Disturbing Behaviour ), Columbia/TriStar, 1998.
McGraw, The Silencer, Justin Johnson, 1999.
Police detective, How to Kill Your Neighbor's Dog, Millennium Films, 2000.
Sergeant McKinsey, Bear with Me, Endemol Entertainment, 2000.
Detective Steve Finn, 3000 Miles to Graceland, Warner Bros., 2001.
Grisson, Ignition, New World, 2001.
Stan, The Hot Karl, American Film Partners International, 2002.
Deputy Clark, Snakehead Terror, Cinetel Films, 2003.
Stan, The Hot Karl II, Angelang Moving Pictures, 2003.
Winthrop, Unrecoverable Error, 2003.
The Core, Paramount, 2003.
Film Casting Director:
The Hot Karl, American Film Partners International, 2002.
Shattered Souls, American Film Partners International, 2002.
The Hot Karl II, Angelang Moving Pictures, 2003.
Television Appearances; Miniseries:
Bartender, Titanic, CBS, 1996.
Federal Aviation Agency (FAA) representative, Medusa's Child, ABC, 1997.
Television Appearances; Movies:
The Trial of the Incredible Hulk, NBC, 1989.
Frank Hemingway, Shame, Lifetime, 1992.
Watch captain, Deadlocked: Escape from Zone 14 (also known as Deadlock 2 ), Fox, 1995.
(As Doug Abrams) Hank Whitehead, Murder at My Door, Fox, 1996.
Night manager, Abducted: A Father's Love (also known as Fugitive from Justice ), NBC, 1996.
Parent, The Limbic Region, Showtime, 1996.
Tavish, Brothers of the Frontier, ABC, 1996.
Fifth police officer, Five Desperate Hours, NBC, 1997.
Parole chairperson, Convictions, Lifetime, 1997.
Detective Greeden, Catch Me If You Can (also known as Deadly Game and Hide and Seek ), Fox Family Channel, 1998.
Guard, Perfect Little Angels, Fox Family Channel, 1998.
Mail carrier, The Inspectors, Showtime, 1998.
Off–duty police officer, Killers in the House, USA Network, 1998.
Second friend, My Husband's Secret Life, USA Network, 1998.
Manager, A Cooler Climate, Showtime, 1999.
Steve Boyd, Road Rage, NBC, 1999.
Press coordinator, The Linda McCartney Story, CBS, 2000.
Roger Darrow, The Man Who Used to Be Me, Fox Family Channel, 2000.
Super Mead, Wildfire 7: The Inferno, PAX, 2002.
Hale, Stargate SG–1, Sci–Fi Channel, 2003.
Television Appearances; Episodic:
(As Douglas Abrahms) "Caper," Stingray, NBC, 1987.
Robert Kelham, "Early Retirement," MacGyver, ABC, 1988.
First Gallum brother, "The Heart of Adventure," Bordertown, The Family Channel, 1990.
Captain Briggs, "The Education of Terry Carver," 21 Jump Street, syndicated, 1991.
Benson's deputy, "Mountain Men," Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series ), syndicated, 1992.
Del Ray, Traps, CBS, 1994.
General Farley, "Soldier of Misfortune" (also known as "Virtually Falling Down"), M.A.N.T.I.S., Fox, 1994.
Luke Hoskins, "Bless the Child," Highlander (also known as Highlander: The Series ), syndicated, 1994.
Police officer, Birdland, ABC, 1994.
Second agent, "Genderbender," The X–Files, Fox, 1994.
Cook, "Hester," Hawkeye, syndicated, 1995.
Detective Marty Phipps, The Marshal, ABC, 1995.
Foreman, "Living Hell," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 1995.
Paul Vitaris, "Die Hand Die Verletzt," The X–Files, Fox, 1995.
Dix, "The Tenement," Poltergeist: The Legacy, Showtime, Sci–Fi Channel, and syndicated, 1996.
Ed Matson, "Many Happy Returns," Two, CBC and syndicated, 1996.
Harbaugh, "The Field Where I Died," The X–Files, Fox, 1996.
Lieutenant Neary, "Hell Money," The X–Files, Fox, 1996.
"Cattle War," Lonesome Dove: The Outlaw Years, syndicated, 1996.
Albert Lane (some sources cite Albert Lone), "Pennies from Heaven," The Sentinel, UPN, 1997.
Chief Harris, "Breakdown on Thunder Road," Viper, syndicated, 1997.
Detective Kent, "Loin Like a Hunting Flame," Millennium, Fox, 1997.
Sergeant Manny Walters, "A Single Blade of Grass," Millennium, Fox, 1997.
Sheriff Nealy, "The Judgment of Joe Dean Bonner," Dead Man's Gun, Showtime, 1998.
Sergeant, Three, The WB, 1998.
First guard, "The Hanged Man," Da Vinci's Inquest, CBC, 1999.
Major Emerson, "Chem Lab," The Net, USA Network, 1999.
Becker, "Through the Looking Glass," Level 9, UPN, 2000.
Officer Cronen, "The Believers," First Wave, Sci–Fi Channel, 2000.
Sheriff O'Brien, "Revival," The Outer Limits, Showtime and syndicated, 2000.
"Lost Souls," First Wave, Sci–Fi Channel, 2000.
Dwayne Kurtzman, "Smackdown," The Chris Isaak Show, Showtime, 2001.
Vice principal, "Dances with Squirrels," The Sausage Factory, Comedy Network, 2001.
Walter Daily (some sources cite Daley), "Sugar Mountain," Seven Days, UPN, 2001.
"Be a Cruel Twist," Da Vinci's Inquest, CBC, 2001.
Commander Hale, "Shadow Play," Stargate SG–1, Sci–Fi Channel and syndicated, 2002.
Commander Hale, "Fallen," Stargate SG–1, Sci–Fi Channel and syndicated, 2003.
Commander Hale, "Homecoming: Part 2," Stargate SG–1, Sci–Fi Channel and syndicated, 2003.
Fred Jenkins, "The Combination," The Dead Zone, USA Network, 2003.
Second banker, "No Excuse," Peacemakers, USA Network, 2003.
Appeared as Sergeant Murphy in The Commish, ABC; appeared in episodes of other series, including Cold Squad, CTV and Lifetime.
Television Appearances; Pilots:
Thomas Brill, "Booker," Booker, Fox, 1989.
(As Doug Abrams) First patrolman, The X–Files, Fox, 1993.
Phil, Cupid, ABC, 1998.
Second police officer, The Chronicle, Sci–Fi Channel, 2001.
Cashier, John Doe, Fox, 2002.
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