Jackson Douglas

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Jackson Douglas
BornDouglas Fredrick Jackson
1969 (age 43–44)
Kent, Washington, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
Other namesDouglas F. Jackson,
Jackson F. Douglas,
Jack Douglas
Alma materWashington State University
OccupationActor
Years active1997 – present
Known forJackson Belleville
Spouse(s)Alex Borstein (m. 1999)
Children

Barnaby Borstein Douglas (b. 2008)

Henrietta Borstein Douglas (b. 2012)
 
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Jackson Douglas
BornDouglas Fredrick Jackson
1969 (age 43–44)
Kent, Washington, U.S.
NationalityAmerican
Other namesDouglas F. Jackson,
Jackson F. Douglas,
Jack Douglas
Alma materWashington State University
OccupationActor
Years active1997 – present
Known forJackson Belleville
Spouse(s)Alex Borstein (m. 1999)
Children

Barnaby Borstein Douglas (b. 2008)

Henrietta Borstein Douglas (b. 2012)

Jackson Douglas (born Douglas Fredrick Jackson; 1969) is an American actor. He is known for his role as Jackson Belleville in the television series Gilmore Girls, for which he's also directed the Season 5 episode To Live and Let Diorama and Season 6 episode Welcome to the Dollhouse. He directed two Season 1 episodes of Bunheads (co-created by Amy Sherman-Palladino), episode 7 "What's Your Damage, Heather" and episode 13 "I'll Be your Meyer Lansky". He also wrote and directed the movie short Brown Eyed Girl.

Personal life[edit]

Douglas was born, in 1969, in Kent, Washington, and graduated from Kentridge High School. He later attended Washington State University. Douglas met voice-actress Alex Borstein (MadTV and Family Guy) while performing at the ACME Comedy Theater in Los Angeles. He proposed to her during the taping of a MadTV skit, and married her in 1999. They have a son, Barnaby Borstein Douglas, who was born on September 8, 2008. Also during his time at the Acme Theater, Douglas met and became roommates with actor/comedian Adam Carolla. According to Carolla, when Douglas was younger, he had a shopping cart in his room, on the third story of an apartment building.[relevant? ]

Career with His Wife[edit]

Douglas and Borstein made the 2009 comedy film For Christ's Sake, starring Sara Rue and Borstein, Douglas directed. The film has received generally poor reviews.

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