Los Angeles, CA (TSG) June 10, 2012. A month ago Nathan
Narain, a fan of actor and voice over artist D.C. Douglas, started
an online petition to get him a role on AMC's hit "The Walking
Dead." Douglas, flattered and inspired by Nathan's gesture, turned
it into a charity event. He offered a dollar per signature (up to
$1000) to donate to one of 5 charities he had his fans vote on.
The petition garnered over 1500 signatures and Douglas met with
the twitter team behind the petition's promotion for dinner and
drinks last Thursday, aftter the close of E3. There, he donated
$200 to each charity (fans voted for the "all of the above"
Details of the evening, as well as pictures and a
video recap, can be seen on
Douglas, who is also known as the voice of Legion in
"Mass Effect" 2 and 3, has been a film and television actor for
over 20 years. Most recently he appeared on NBC's "2 Broke Girls,"
ABC's "Castle," TV Land's "Hot in Cleveland," CBS's "NCIS: Los
Angeles," and Comedy Central's "Workaholics." His Acting work can
be seen at
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