A Vancouver native, Aaron Douglas was born on August 23, 1971. Featured in films such as the Pitch Black sequel The Chronicles of Riddick, John Woo's Paycheck, Alex Proyas' Isaac Asimov adaptation I, Robot and the remake of Walking Tall, Douglas is one of the hardest-working actors in "Hollywood North."
After studying acting at Canada's famed William Davis Centre and performing with the Okanagan Shakespeare Company, Douglas has gone on to appear in such films as X2 and Final Destination 2; on such shows as Dark Angel, Smallville, Jeremiah, Black Sash, Stargate SG-1 ("Maternal Instinct") and The Outer Limits ("Free Spirit"). Douglas also appeared in the SciFi Channel miniseries event, "Steven Spielberg Presents, Taken." From 2003 - 2009 Aaron Douglas starred as Chief Petty Officer Galen Tyrol in Ron D. Moore's Battlestar Galactica series. More recently he played Ward Donovan in the TV movie Killer Mountain.
Aaron Douglas works with a number of charities, specifically Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation, Canadian Cancer Society (Aaron's wife died after battling breast cancer) and Canucks for Kids - Canuck Place Children's Hospice. He has a love of hockey and an avid fan of the Vancouver Canuck's. He also plays hockey himself, usually as a goallie.