Notable roles from D.C. Douglas:
- Albert Wesker in Resident Evil: The Umbrella Chronicles, Resident Evil 5, Resident Evil: The Darkside Chronicles, and Marvel VS Capcom 3
- Alexei Dinoia in Tales of Vesperia
- Azrael in Blaz Blue Chrono Phantasma
- Bado and Dylas in Rune Factory 4
- Barst and Wrys in Fire Emblem Heroes
- FBI Special Agent Bill Coburn in The Crew
- Chase in Transformers Rescue Bots
- Dominic Zubov/Schwarze One in Ace Combat Zero: The Belkan War
- Duke Dalen and President Dylan Paradine in Tales of Graces
- Gabi and Tahaiku in Dot Hack GU
- Gari in Naruto
- Garr/Woodrow Kelvin in Tales of the World: Radiant Mythology
- Gunter and Llewelyn in Fire Emblem Fates
- Grimoire Noir in Nier
- H.B. in Xenoblade Chronicles X
- Jasley Donomikols in Mobile Suit Gundam: Iron-Blooded Orphans
- Jazz in Eternal Sonata
- Dr. Kitamura in ERASED
- Legion in Mass Effect
- Raven in Tekken 6, Tag Tournament 2, and Street Fighter X Tekken
- Pod 042 in NieR: Automata
- The Professor/Steven Archimedes in Cyborg 009: Call of Justice
- Rufus Albarea and Valimar in The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel and The Legend of Heroes: Trails of Cold Steel II
- Suguru Kamoshida in Persona 5
- Voyager/Black Testament in Xenosaga
- Dance Instructor in Persona 4: Dancing All Night
- X Drake in One Piece
- Zero in Zero Escape 3: Zero Time Dilemma
Tropes applying to D.C. Douglas:
- Badass Baritone: Many of his characters have a relatively deep voice.
- Deadpan Snarker: Many of his political YouTube videos tend to be very sarcastic (particularly in regards to the Tea Party).
- Friendly Rivalry: With fellow Resident Evil VA Roger Craig Smith.
- G.I.F.T.: Parodied in the above video.
- Hilarious Outtakes: Parodied.
- Large Ham: A lot of his characters come out this way. For example, Wesker.
- Man of a Thousand Voices: While usually cast as characters with baritone voices, he has an impressive range. In one political cartoon he wrote and voiced in, he provides at least four voices: a "normal" voice, a female voice, a Deep-Southern voice, and one with a thick Russian accent.
- Pigeonholed Voice Actor: A large majority of the characters he voiced tend to be deep-voiced villains.
- Rule 34: He's well aware of this existing for Wesker, and even hosted a panel at cons where he read adult Wesker fanfiction. In his Wesker voice. He also enlists volunteers from the audience and assigns the other parts to them. It is as hysterical as it sounds.
- Take That!: After becoming a famous voice actor following his troubles with Freedom Works, Douglas took an opportunity to lob some potshots at them.
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