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Doug Jones was born on the 24th May 1960, in Indianapolis, Indiana USA, and is an actor and former contortionist, who is most famous for his appearance usually under heavy make-up and a non-human in sci-fi movies such as “Hellboy” (2004), “Pan’s Labyrinth” (2006), “Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer” (2007) and “Hellboy II: The Golden Army” (2008). He is also widely known for his roles in popular TV series including “Buffy the Vampire Slayer”, “CSI: Crime Scene Investigation”, “Criminal Minds”, “Dragon Age: Redemption” as well as “The Neighbors”, “Falling Skies” and “The Strain”.

Have you ever wondered how much wealth this actor and performer has accumulated so far? How rich Doug Jones is? According to sources, it is estimated that the total size of Doug Jones’ net worth, as of early 2017, revolves around the sum of $500,000, acquired through his career in the movie making industry which has been active since 1985.

Doug Jones Net Worth $500,000

After matriculating from Bishop Chatard High School, he enrolled at Ball State University from which he graduated in 1982 with a Bachelor of Science degree in telecommunications. Doug then got involved with the Mime Over Matter troupe, with whom he began learning mime. Besides portraying the school’s mascot Charlie Cardinal, he also worked as a contortionist, and appeared in numerous commercials including collaborations with brands such as Tide and McDonald’s. These engagements provided the basis for Doug Jones’ net worth.

In 1985 he relocated to Los Angeles, California, to pursue his acting career full time. He debuted as an actor in the 1988 horror movie “The Newlydeads” and through the 1990s managed to maintain a continuous streak of engagements, including appearances in Tim Burton’s “Batman Returns” (1992), Disney’s Halloween special “Hocus Pocus” (1993) as well as “Tank Girl” (1995) and “Mystery Men” (1999) to name a few. All these ventures helped Doug Jones to raise the total of his net worth.

In 1999, Doug appeared in an episode of the globally popular TV series “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” while in 2001 he played Donald Columbus in “Steven Spielberg’s Movie”. More international popularity came in 2002 when he starred as Morlock, the lead spy in Simon Wells’ movie remake of the eponymous 1960 classic “The Time Machine”. Later that year, Jones got another memorable role as Augustus Margary in “Adaptation.” opposite Meryl Strip and Nicholas Cage in the leading roles. However, the real breakthrough in Doug Jones’ acting career occurred in 2004 when he was cast for the role of Abe Sapien in Guillermo del Toro’s “Hellboy”. All these engagements added to the size of Doug Jones’ net worth.

In 2006 he appeared in another del Toro’s movie – “Pan’s Labyrinth”. This role demanded not only performing under heavy prosthetics, but also learning some dialogues in Spanish. In a short period, Jones added several notable roles to his professional portfolio such as appearances in “Doom”, “The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari” and in “The Benchwarmers”. In 2007, he got the title role of the Silver Surfer in sci-fi action thriller “Fantastic 4: Rise of the Silver Surfer” while in 2008 he reprised his role of Abe Sapien in Hellboy’s sequel “Hellboy II: The Golden Army.” Doubtlessly, all these accomplishments made a positive impact on Doug Jones’ net worth.

In his professional acting career, Doug Jones has so far appeared in 160 movies and TV series of which the most memorable, apart from those already mentioned above, are certainly “My Name is Jerry” (2009), “Legion” (2010), “Crimson Peak” (2015) as well as “Ouija: Origin of Evil” and “The Bye Bye Man” (2017) in which he portrays the title role. Some of his most recent appearances include “Star Trek: Discovery” TV series which is currently in pre-production, as well as “5th Passenger” sci-fi action movie and 2017 horror “Nosferatu” in the leading role. All have helped Doug Jones to further increase his net worth.

When it comes to his personal life, Doug Jones has been married since 1984 to Laurie, and apart from this there are no any other relevant data about his private life.

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The Danger Element 2017 post-production Doctor Elymas
5th Passenger 2017 post-production Langdon
The Bye Bye Man 2017 completed The Bye Bye Man
Nazareth 2017 TV Movie post-production President Glade
Star Trek: Discovery 2017 TV Series pre-production Lt. Saru
The Legacy of Avril Kyte 2017 pre-production Dr. Stewart
The Shape of Water 2017 post-production
The Terror 2017 post-production Scarecrow
Duffy's Jacket 2016 Short completed The Sentinel of the Woods
Hell's Kitty 2016 post-production Father Damien
Nobility 2016 completed Dr. Allard
Space Command 2016 post-production Dor Neven
Beneath the Leaves post-production James Whitley
Bluegrass Run pre-production J. Pat
Daisy Delivered pre-production Dr. Blanning
Hellboy 3 announced Abe Sapien (rumored)
How Do You Say Dad in Greek announced Dr. Allen
My Friend Max Short post-production Max Mastin
The Boogeys Short post-production Sycophant
The Rainy Days of Timothy Grey announced Nurse Steve
Zero: Dawn of the Darklighters announced Zero (voice)
The Strain 2014-2017 TV Series The Ancient
Kiss the Devil in the Dark 2016 Short Terrance / Dagon
Han Solo: A Smuggler's Trade 2016 Video short Gyorsho
Nosferatu 2016 Count Orlok
Ouija: Origin of Evil 2016 Ghoul Marcus
Patient Seven 2016 Demon (segment: "The Visitant")
Gehenna: Where Death Lives 2016 Creepy Old Man
Adopted 2013-2016 TV Series Lloyd Adams
No Touching 2016 Short Kripke
We've Forgotten More Than We Ever Knew 2016 The Man from the Pool
The Midnight Man 2016/I Vick
The Man in the Silo 2016 Charlie (voice)
Olive 2015 Short Man
The Ultimate Legacy 2015 TV Movie Hawthorne
Greyscale 2015 Jamison
Z Nation 2015 TV Series Scully
Crimson Peak 2015 Edith's Mother / Lady Sharpe
Falling Skies 2013-2015 TV Series Cochise
Murder? 2015 TV Mini-Series short Eric / Narrator
The Flash 2015 TV Series Jake Simmons Deathbolt
Arrow 2015 TV Series Jake Simmons Deathbolt
Hell's Kitty 2015 TV Series Father Damien / Fr. Damien
Always Watching: A Marble Hornets Story 2015 The Operator
Chaisson: Quest for Oriud 2014 Short Sieck (voice)
Nerd Love 2014 Doug Jones
Everlast 2014 Short Suited Man
Falling Skies: The Enemy Within 2014 TV Mini-Series Cochise
Love in the Time of Monsters 2014 Dr. Lincoln
Teen Wolf 2014 TV Series William Barrow
Cruel Will 2014 Adrian
The Visitant 2014/I Short The Demon
Sons of Anarchy 2013 TV Series Officer Crane
Hookah 2013 Short Allen
Comedy Bang! Bang! 2013 TV Series Future Man
Innocent Blood 2013 Carl Grierr
Dust of War 2013 Jebediah Strumm
First Impressions 2013/I Short Suited Man
Research. 2012-2013 TV Series Denny
Raze 2013 Joseph
The Neighbors 2012-2013 TV Series Dominique Wilkins Alien
I, Helios 2013 Short Man
Rock Jocks 2012 Smoking Jesus
The Jeff Lewis 5 Minute Comedy Hour 2012 TV Series Death
The Watch 2012/I Hero Alien
White Room: 02B3 2012 Short Fyn-Ke'al
Saint Alex 2012 Short Mr. Vanderplook
The League of S.T.E.A.M. 2012 TV Series Theodore Marshall
John Dies at the End 2012 Roger North
Zombie Family 2012 TV Series Salesman
End of the Road 2011/I Randolph
It's Alive! 2011 Video short Monster
Dragon Age: Redemption 2011 TV Series Saarebas
Fallout: Nuka Break 2011 TV Mini-Series Mayor Connors
The Guild 2011 TV Series Gerald
The Tomorrow Machine 2011 Short Ben
Absentia 2011 Walter Lambert
Lights Out 2010/I Howie the Janitor
The Cure 2010/I Short Samuel Bainer
The Candy Shop 2010 Short Candyman
Pretend Time 2010 TV Series Gay Robot
Carnies 2010 Video Ratcatcher
Quantum Quest: A Cassini Space Odyssey 2010 Zero / Razer (voice)
Sudden Death! 2010 Short Jonathan Wright
Battle Jitni: The Danger Element 2010 TV Movie Doctor Elymas
Universal Dead 2010 TV Series Dr. Henry Vataber
Cyrus 2010/II Dr. Dallas
Legion 2010 Ice Cream Man
Gainsbourg: A Heroic Life 2010 La Gueule
Pie & Coffee 2009 Short Homeless Man
Jerry 2009 Jerry Arthur
UCB Comedy Originals 2009 TV Series
The Butterfly Circus 2009 Short Otto
Angel of Death 2009/I Dr. Rankin
Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion 2009 Special Agent Smith #1
Criminal Minds 2005-2008 TV Series Fight Club Captain / Domino Thacker
Quarantine 2008 Thin Infected Man
The Job 2008 Short Office Manager
Fear Itself 2008 TV Series Grady Edlund
Hellboy II: The Golden Army 2008 Abe Sapien Chamberlain Angel of Death
Hellboy: The Science of Evil 2008 Video Game Abe Sapien (voice)
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer 2007 Video Game Silver Surfer (uncredited)
The Wager 2007 Peter Barrett
Fantastic Four: Rise of the Silver Surfer 2007 The Silver Surfer
Hellboy Animated: Blood and Iron 2007 TV Movie Abe Sapien (voice)
The Dukes of Hazzard: The Beginning 2007 TV Movie Patron
Nora Breaks Free 2006 Short Yoga Instructor
Hellboy Animated: Sword of Storms 2006 TV Movie Abe Sapien (voice)
Lady in the Water 2006 Tartutic #4
Pan's Labyrinth 2006 Fauno Pale Man
The Benchwarmers 2006 Number 7 Robot
The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari 2005 Cesare
Doom 2005 Dr. Carmack Imp / Sewer Imp
A Series of Small Things 2005 Short The Homeless Man
Significant Others 2004 TV Series Waiter
Three Lives 2004 Short Mysterious Caller / Mortician
Rock Me, Baby 2004 TV Series Auggie the Octopus
Hellboy 2004 Abe Sapien
Stuck on You 2003 Space Alien #2
The Guardian 2003 TV Series Micah Oakey
Adaptation. 2002 Augustus Margary
CSI: Crime Scene Investigation 2002 TV Series Grinder
Men in Black II 2002 Joey
The Time Machine 2002 Spy Morlock
Side Effects 2002 Short Seth
Alien Hunter 2001 TV Series Krabble
Monkeybone 2001 Yeti
Steven Spielberg's Movie 2001 Short Donald Columbus
Stalled 2000 Len
Jack Frost 2: Revenge of the Mutant Killer Snowman 2000 Video Dave
The Darkling 2000 TV Movie Shadow Master
The Adventures of Rocky & Bullwinkle 2000 FBI Agent - Carrot
Party of Five 2000 TV Series Minister
Buffy the Vampire Slayer 1999 TV Series Gentleman
Three Kings 1999 Dead Iraqi Soldier
Good vs Evil 1999 TV Series Herb
Mystery Men 1999 Pencilhead
Bug Buster 1998 Mother Bug
Kenan & Kel 1998 TV Series Head Waiter
The Outer Limits 1998 TV Series Alien / Alien Doctor / Alien #1 / ...
Denial 1998/II Ghost
The Weird Al Show 1997 TV Series Contortionist #2
Mimic 1997 Long John #2
Warriors of Virtue 1997 Yee
Unhappily Ever After 1997 TV Series Fake Kramer
The Legend of Galgameth 1996 Big Galgy
Bone Chillers 1996 TV Series Mummy
Tank Girl 1995 Additional Ripper
The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Hollywood Follies 1994 TV Movie Slapstick actor
Astronomica: The Quest for the Edge of the Universe 1994 Video Game Dr. Mayer
Silk Stalkings 1993 TV Series Artie
Tales from the Crypt 1993 TV Series Contortionist
Hocus Pocus 1993 Billy Butcherson
Magic Kid 1993 Video Clown in Office
Batman Returns 1992 Thin Clown
Carnal Crimes 1991 Video Lang
In Living Color 1991 TV Series
Night Angel 1990 Ken
The Newlydeads 1988 Tim



The Neighbors 2013 TV Series performer - 1 episode
Sudden Death! 2010 Short performer: "The Cure" - uncredited



Operation Filmmaker 2007 Documentary thanks



Kong: Long Live the King 2016 Documentary Himself
COMIX: Beyond the Comic Book Pages 2016 Documentary Himself
Inside the Extras Studio 2015-2016 TV Series Himself
The Jimmy Star Show with Ron Russell 2016 TV Series Himself - Guest
Nightmares 2015 TV Series Himself - Host
I Hate It! 2013-2014 TV Series Himself
The 2nd Annual Geekie Awards 2014 TV Special Himself - Presenter
Face Off 2014 TV Series Himself
The Blockbuster Buster 2013 TV Series Himself
TMI Hollywood 2013 TV Series Himself - Sketch Actor
Electric Playground 2012 TV Series documentary Himself
Men in Suits 2012 Video documentary Himself - Interviewee
unCONventional 2012 TV Series Himself
From the Mouths of Babes 2012 TV Series documentary Himself
Actors Entertainment 2012 TV Series Himself
Aspiring Hollywood 2011 TV Series Himself
This Week in Horror 2011 TV Series Himself - Guest
1st Look 2011 TV Series Himself - Interviewee
The Con 2011 Documentary Himself
The RadNerd Show 2011 TV Series Himself - Guest
Jobs of the Damned 2010 TV Series documentary Himself
Char·ac·ter: The Interviews 2010 Documentary Himself
The Movie Loft 2008 TV Series Himself
Up Close with Carrie Keagan 2007-2008 TV Series Himself - Guest
Hellboy: In Service of the Demon 2008 Video documentary Himself
Der Kabel 1 Kinotipp 2008 TV Series documentary Abe Sapien The Chamberlain The Angel of Death
Cinetipp 2008 TV Series documentary Abe Sapien
Max on Set: Hellboy II - The Golden Army 2008 TV Short documentary Himself - Abe Sapien
HypaSpace 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
HBO First Look 2007 TV Series documentary Himself
Operation Filmmaker 2007 Documentary Himself
Horror Fans 2006 Short Himself
Master Monster Makers 2006 Video documentary short Himself
A Series of Small Things: A Behind the Camera Look 2004 Documentary short Himself
Sockbaby 2004 Short Himself
'Hellboy': The Seeds of Creation 2004 Video documentary Himself

Archive Footage

Archive Footage

Troldspejlet 2008 TV Series Himself / Abe Sapien
Maquillando entre monstruos 2007 TV Movie documentary Himself / Pan
Planet Voice 2007 TV Series The Silver Surfer

Won awards

Won awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2016 Filmed in Utah Award Filmed in Utah Awards Best Actor: Short/Series Kiss the Devil in the Dark (2016)
2014 FilmQuest Cthulhu Legacy Award FilmQuest, US
2009 Chainsaw Award Fangoria Chainsaw Awards Best Supporting Actor Hellboy II: The Golden Army (2008)
2009 Fangoria Horror Hall of Fame Fangoria Chainsaw Awards
2009 Hoosier Award Indiana Film Journalists Association, US My Name Is Jerry (2009) · Morgan Mead
· D.C. Hamilton (as David Hamilton)

Nominated awards

Nominated awards

YearAwardCeremonyNominationMovieAward shared with
2011 Genre Award Buffalo Niagara Film Festival Best Supporting Actor Sudden Death! (2010)
2009 Festival Award International Filmmaker Festival of World Cinema, London Best Actor in Leading Role My Name Is Jerry (2009)

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1 Lives in California with his wife. [2004]
2 Was the original actor to play the nefarious Tooth Fairy in Darkness Falls (2003) before Stan Winston came in and retooled the whole design.
3 He was the mascot for his college alma mater - Ball State University, where he performed as "Charlie the Cardinal" at many of the sporting and public events.
4 Doug's role in Guillermo del Toro's Pan's Labyrinth (2006) required him to learn huge amounts of dialog in archaic Spanish, which he did perfectly.
5 Not only did Doug portray all four Imps in the film Doom (2005), but he was also asked by director Andrzej Bartkowiak during filming to choreograph the movements of the Czech dancers who were hired to play Zombies.
6 Frequently has a role in the films of Guillermo del Toro.
7 The choker he often wears for promo appearances is one of Abe Sapien's eyes from Hellboy (2004).
8 Was inspired to create Abe Sapien's graceful and liquid movements in Hellboy (2004) after watching the pet fish in his office.
9 Learned mime at his University.
10 Has double-jointed legs.
11 His makeup in Hellboy (2004) usually took six hours.
12 His performance as 'Billy Butcherson' in Hocus Pocus (1993) earned him a pre-nomination for a comedy award.
13 Although his voice as 'Abe Sapien' in Hellboy (2004) was dubbed by David Hyde Pierce, David refused a credit because he felt that Abe was entirely Doug's creation and did not wish to detract from his performance.

1 [2011, on The Newlydeads (1988)] That was a straight-to-VHS feature film that was made for about $1.75. It was a story of a newlywed honeymoon resort that was haunted by a transvestite zombie that was killing people. I was one of the first young husbands to bite the bullet. I got killed gruesomely with a curtain rod through the back of my head. Very proud of myself. My mom loves that movie-I'm kidding.
2 [2011, on Cyrus (2010)] I think it went straight to DVD with a healthy following so far. I didn't know as much about the film as I should, because I was a cameo in the film. They shot me all in one day, and then used my bits sprinkled throughout. I'm one of two psychologists, or psychiatrists, that are interviewed. So here's this gruesome story that's going along about a guy who chops up people and then serves them in his diner to other people without them knowing about it. There's a back-story to it: His wife did him wrong, so he's gone nuts now, and there's a girl who looks like his wife that he's kidnapped. It's a terrifying story, and every so often they go off to an interview clip with a psychiatrist talking about [Serious voice.] the mind of a serial killer, and what makes him do what he does. So I was one of those psychiatrists, which was kind of a fun cameo for me to do outside of rubber makeup that I'm known for, the prosthetic-makeup roles. So to do that with my own face and a jacket and acting like I was smart was great fun for me.
3 [2011, on Legion (2010)] The director, Scott Stewart, came looking for me to do this cameo as "the ice cream man" in Legion. And even if you didn't see the movie, you saw me all over the advertising for it, I stepped out of an ice cream truck and my jaw dropped down to my chin, and my arms grew, and legs grew. But the scene starts with me looking like Doug Jones. And Scott Stewart, the director, said he wanted to give my fan base a little treat of them seeing me in a big effects-driven movie without makeup on for my introduction. Directors like that have been doing it more and more over the last couple of years.
4 [2011, on Mimic (1997)] That was my first experience with Guillermo del Toro. Because the specialty of wearing monster suits and creature makeups, the creature effects makeup designers, they're the ones that design these looks and then say, "Oh you know who would be perfect to play that would be a guy named Doug Jones." So that's kind of how the referral process has made my career happen. That's how I got into Mimic, then. I got a phone call one day from a guy who said, "We're doing a night shoot tonight. Can you come down? We're doing some re-shoots for this movie called Mimic." Which at the time meant nothing to me, but sure, I needed the work. And that was being directed by Guillermo del Toro, his first American studio film. It turns out though that we hit it off because he loves monsters, and he is like an 8-year-old fanboy inside his own roly-poly jolly self. He's this brilliant visionary storyteller genius, who really understands being a geek and a fan and loving gooey things. So he makes movies with his brilliance that will appeal to his 8-year-old boy that's inside. That's why he's such a popular, beloved director. And we got all that in the discussion where he was asking me, [Imitates del Toro.] "What monsters have you played?" And I was telling him, "Oh, I've been this and that, in this movie and that movie." "Oh really? Who did the makeup on that?" And he knows all the makeup artists and had followed their careers. He said, "I started up as a makeup artist in Mexico, and I've done my own films down there." He's selling himself to me. I'm like, "Gosh, this guy is so humble and real and genuine. I love him." And then he asks for my card, and I gave him my card, and then five years later, this was '97, five years later in 2002, I get a call about this little movie called Hellboy. They've just done a sculpture of Abe Sapien, and Guillermo del Toro had come in as the director, looked at the sculpture and was like, "Oh my gosh, that's beautiful." And the creature effects guys said, "You know, Doug Jones would be perfect to play this." And he's like, "Doug Jones! I know Doug Jones!" And he pulled out his card from his wallet that I had given to him five years prior, so that's a good little reminder for all of us to carry cards with us, I guess.
5 [2011, on Adaptation. (2002)] Augustus Margary was an orchid hunter from real life. He's historically look up-able, and he is referred to in the book that the movie was being adapted from. That was a brilliant film by the way, one of the best pieces of writing I've ever seen. There's a scene where some of the book is being read aloud by Meryl Streep's voice while Nicolas Cage is reading it, thinking, "How am I going to make a movie out of this crap?" So she's recounting all of the people who have died out there in the field on their orchid hunts. And they show a long clip of Augustus Margary, in the rainforest of somewhere, getting beaten to death by poachers who have stolen his orchids and now have run off leaving him for dead. So that was a one-day shoot for me that was all about me. Spike Jonze directed, and we had two stunt guys clubbing me to death over and over again with fake rain falling on me, which was colder than ice. I'm a skinny guy, so I started shivering. But it was good, because I was sick. All I had [in terms of makeup] was a wig and a beard that made me kind of like I had been out in the wild for a long time without a razor...I got offered that weeks before it opened in theatres, just weeks, because that was re-shoots. That's why I had Spike Jonze all to myself. Because they were already done with the shoot, and they just needed some visual bits to fill in that moment we were talking about where she's recounting who was killed in the orchid hunts. That was one bit they hadn't gotten yet, so they came back and made a day of it with a skeleton crew, just a few people, the cinematographer and a couple of grips, and that was it. So I hadn't read the whole script. I was just told by the guy who glued my beard on. That was Tony Gardner, another makeup artist who is brilliant. He did my makeup for Hocus Pocus and made me the Billy Butcherson zombie in that. He just referred me to Spike Jonze. He had a relationship with him and said, "Yeah, you got to get Doug in on that. He's skinny, he looks like he already has dysentery and been out in the wild by himself for a long time, so it won't take much makeup." I never did read the script, I just trusted the people involved and thought, "This sounds good to me." Then I saw the movie at the screening and was like, "Yes! It's so different."
6 For the last 20 years of my life, I've been wearing something unrecognizable. I've been acting for 20 years now and I've been under the radar. I was completely under the radar until Hellboy (2004) came along. And I did notable roles before, Billy Butcherson in Hocus Pocus (1993) which became like a Halloween classic over here on the Disney Channel, and I had smaller parts in lots of films like Batman Returns (1992), Mystery Men (1999), Adaptation. (2002), Three Kings (1999), and they were even things with my own face in them. But I was basically actor of the day and I didn't get much recognition, and guest-starring on TV shows that come and go and commercials that come and go. But Hellboy (2004) was the one that had real staying power, in terms of its notoriety and the size of the role I had. I guess I became a speck on the radar then, but now it's Pan's Labyrinth (2006) and Silver Surfer. Finishing Fantastic Four and Pan's Labyrinth (2006) coming out with these Golden Globes and Oscar nominations has been a press frenzy for me. I've never been thrust in the public eye this much with me, Doug Jones, as name recognition which is happening now, which is new for me. It's very exciting but still it's nice to go to 7-11 and still be me. Nobody has to know, right?
7 Do not be afraid, ever, of approaching the talent you want in your film. Because actors at any level want to be in front of the camera, that's what we're built to do. Actors want to act. So, if we're free, we have the time, and you have a project that is a role that we haven't played before, or it's written in a witty way, or tells a story that we want to be a part of, we'll do it! And the best thing is to have your pitch. If you have no money but you've got a lot of heart, pitch the hell out of it! And, if you have a good story in your head, don't let it get over-processed by too many decision makers. Now, of course, that's what the studio system is all about [laughs], but do your darndest to stay true to your vision. (Advice for budding Indie film makers)

1 Distinctive body language and hand gestures.
2 Often works with 'Guillermo Del Toro'
3 Frequently appears in films under heavy makeup
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