DOUG HUTCHISON (Bristol) was recently seen in the memorable role of Percy
Wetmore in "The Green Mile" for Castle Rock Entertainment. Prior to "The Green
Mile," Hutchison portrayed Pete Willard, one of the two redneck rapists in the film "A
Time to Kill." His other film credits include "Batman & Robin," "Fresh Horses" and
"The Chocolate War."
On television, Hutchison is well known for two memorable recurring roles -- Eugene Victor Tooms on "The X-Files" and The Polaroid Man on "Millennium." He has
appeared regularly on "Party of Five" and "Space: Above and Beyond." He was a series regular on "Skip Chasers," "Planet Rules" and "Local Heroes."
Hutchison has won DramaLogue Awards for his performances in "The Other 5%"
at the Santa Monica Powerhouse Theatre and in "The Eight" at Circle X Theatre m Hollywood. He has also appeared at Los Angeles' Mark Taper Forum in "Julius Caesar" and "Hope of the Heart"; with The Yale Repertory in "The My House Play"; and Off- Broadway at Playwrights Horizons in "Sparks in the Park."
A native of Detroit, Hutchison attended the renowned Julliard School of Drama
New York City. He has also trained under respected acting coach Sanford Meisner and at
the Guthrie Theatre in Minneapolis. He made his professional acting debut at the Cricket
Theatre in Minneapolis in the lead role of Charlie Hoban in the world premiere of Garson
Kanin's play, "Time and Chance."
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