Doug Ross

Doug Ross

Producer at Wang-Ross Communication
Screenwriter and Producer

Washington, D. C.

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September 2015
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About Doug

Currently producing Chinese centric projects which enlighten, educate and entertain everyone.

"SUN: Father of the Nation"- 26-Episode limited series on the life and achievements of Dr. Sun Yat-sen are celebrated in a sweeping, historical epic when his vision and leadership ended dynastic rule and created democracy in China.

"Happy Endings" - Half hour comedy television series features the Wang family spa business. Think Faulty Towers meets Joy Luck Club. The Wang family has a full service spa business in an upscale shopping center suburb of Washington, DC. As first generation immigrants they strive to serve the entitled affluent clients while keeping their Chinese family traditions and adapting to America.

Unique traits: Funny, empathetic, tells great stories, loves to listen to others.

Links

Loglines

  • SUN: Father of the Nation

    SUN: Father of the Nation Budget: $10M - $30M | Historical Drama The life and achievements of Dr. Sun Yat-sen are celebrated in a sweeping, historical epic when his vision and leadership ended dynastic rule and briefly created democracy in China.

  • HAPPY ENDINGS

    HAPPY ENDINGS Budget: $100K - $1M | Comedy The Wang family has a full service spa business in an upscale shopping center suburb of Washington, DC. As first generation immigrants they strive to serve the entitled affluent clients while keeping their Chinese family traditions and adapting to America.  Think Faulty Towers meets Joy Luck Club .

  • TEXOMA

    TEXOMA Budget: $1M - $5M | Comedy Drama Young man takes his brother’s cremated remains to their favorite campground to scatter his ashes in the lake. There he encounters love, a near death experience, bonding with friends and a secret exposed.

Credits

Awards

  • Communicator of the Year
    (2009)

  • TIVA Peer Award
    (2008)

Education

  • University of Hawaii at Manoa (Honolulu, HI)
    (2000-2002)

  • American Film Institute Conservatory (Los Angeles, CA)
    (1988-1989)

  • University of Southern California (Los Angeles, CA)
    (1987-1987)

  • University of Texas at Austin (Austin, TX)
    (1977-1980)

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