Doug Claybourne

Doug Claybourne

Actor, Executive Producer


Doug Claybourne is a talented American actor, director, and producer who has made a name for himself in the entertainment industry. He was born in Los Angeles, California, on October 12, 1967. Doug grew up in a family of actors, which led him to pursue a career in the same field. He started as an extra in various films and television shows before making his first major breakthrough in the 1995 drama film, ‘The Usual Suspects’, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Doug’s career skyrocketed after that, and he has appeared in a number of critically acclaimed films since then. He was seen in the 1998 drama ‘Shakespeare in Love’ as the Earl of Wessex, and in the 2005 comedy ‘Wedding Crashers’ as John Beckwith. He then had a lead role in the 2007 psychological thriller ‘The Number 23’, which he also produced. His other notable films include ‘The Departed’ (2006), ‘The Company Men’ (2010), and ‘The Last Exorcism’ (2011).

In addition to his film work, Doug has also appeared in several hit television shows over the years. He was a main cast member of the sitcom ‘Two and a Half Men’ from 2003-2005, and has since had recurring roles on shows such as ‘Castle’, ‘Modern Family’, and ‘The Mentalist’. He is also the executive producer of the NBC drama ‘The Blacklist’.

Aside from acting, Doug is also a successful businessman. He has invested in a number of companies, and is an advocate for green energy. He has also become involved in various charities and has donated money to causes such as animal welfare, homelessness, and education.

Doug Claybourne is an accomplished actor, director, and producer whose passion for the entertainment industry is evident in his work. With a career spanning decades, Doug has made a name for himself as one of the most talented actors in the business. His commitment to his craft and his philanthropy are truly inspiring, and his legacy will last for many years to come.


Jan. 19, 1947