Sky McDougall

Biography: A versatile character actor and voice-over artist, Sky McDougall first performed professionally at age nine when he was featured in a film shot in his hometown of Wilmette, Illinois. Educated in the Boston area, where he studied Dramatic Arts at Emerson College, Sky embarked on a multi-faceted theatrical and broadcast career that finally landed him in Hollywood in 2005.

Sky has been seen or heard in numerous motion picture, television and stage productions. His television work includes dramatic and comedic roles in projects for NBC, FOX, TLC, Animal Planet, A&E, American Public Television, Nickelodeon and Canada's Omni network. He has also been featured in numerous national and regional TV and radio commercials. Sky's film credits include supporting roles in "Who Wants to Marry My Husband?", "The Marionette" (both of which won Crystal Reel awards) and a song-and-dance Guest Star role in the family film, "The Land of Make Believe", which was distributed in the United
A versatile character actor and voice-over artist, Sky McDougall first performed professionally at age nine when he was featured in a film shot in his hometown of Wilmette, Illinois. Educated in the Boston area, where he studied Dramatic Arts at Emerson College, Sky embarked on a multi-faceted theatrical and broadcast career that finally landed him in Hollywood in 2005.

Sky has been seen or heard in numerous motion picture, television and stage productions. His television work includes dramatic and comedic roles in projects for NBC, FOX, TLC, Animal Planet, A&E, American Public Television, Nickelodeon and Canada's Omni network. He has also been featured in numerous national and regional TV and radio commercials.

Sky's film credits include supporting roles in "Who Wants to Marry My Husband?", "The Marionette" (both of which won Crystal Reel awards) and a song-and-dance Guest Star role in the family film, "The Land of Make Believe", which was distributed in the United States, Canada and Great Britain. He was also featured in Eurythmics' #1 music video, "I've Got a Life" (directed by Matthew Rolston); Christina Aguilera's "Hurt" video (directed by Ms. Aguilera and Floria Sigismondi); and has been seen or heard in multi-media attractions at Walt Disney World, the Space Center Houston and Universal Studios Orlando.

Sky's recent Los Angeles stage credits include "The Strange Affliction" with Carl Reiner, Samantha Eggar, Norman Lloyd and Leonard Maltin; "Bury the Dead" with Richard Herd, Phil Proctor and Vaughn Armstrong and "Ruggles at Red Gap" with Jo Anne Worley, Peter Dennis and H.M. Wynant. He also has had starring roles in a number of regional productions, including "Barnum", "California Suite", "The Passion of Dracula", "Noises Off!", "The Music Man", "The Three Sisters" and "Murder in the Cathedral".

Community involvement has been a particularly rewarding aspect of Sky's personal and professional life. He has been actively associated with Food for the Poor, Save the Children and the A.S.P.C.A.

Sky lives in Studio City with his wife and four cat companions, and enjoys hiking, biking and travel.
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tbd Passions: Season 7 Jul 5, 2005 Mystery Monk tbd