Doug Cox


Doug Cox attended USC, graduating with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Cinema. Just out of college, he joined The Groundlings, one of the foremost comedy/improv troupes, where he wrote and performed for over 12 years. Doug has made dozens of appearances on television, in films, and on stage. He co-wrote four episodes of the groundbreaking "Pee-wee's Playhouse," two of which received Emmy Award nominations. He also has a long term (business) relationship with Elvira Mistress of the Dark, writing live shows, screenplays, video and television material. He has written and directed over 50 corporate shows and videos. In addition, Doug wrote, produced and directed the independent feature film "Shrink Rap."


Movie Name Release Date
Κάρι, έκρηξη οργής – Carrie (1976) November 16, 1976