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Doug Morency
Name Doug Morency
Years Active 1999-present

Doug Morency is a Canadian actor and comedian.


Morency is an alumnus of Toronto's Second City improv comedy troupe. During his time there, he wrote and performed in seven revues. He went on to direct two shows after directing the National Touring Company for two seasons. Morency currently performs as one half of The Williamson Playboys, the world's oldest father-and-son Cajun music duo. He has appeared on Last Comic Standing, CBC television, and at the Just For Laughs Festival in Montreal.

Morency has guest-starred on a few TV shows, including Criminal Minds, Jimmy Kimmel Live, Howie Do It, and You're Whole. He also had a recurring role on Degrassi: The Next Generation. He also has several stage credits, which include The Drowsy Chaperone and his portrayal of Al Gore in An Inconvenient Musical. Morency currently performs with the improv troupe The EH Team, which recently won Best of Fest at the LA Comedy Festival. He has won three Canadian Comedy Awards, two for Best Male Improviser and one for Best Comedic Play.

On Criminal MindsEdit

Morency portrayed Mr. Elcott, the father of a murder victim, in the Season Seven episode Proof.


  • The Odd Couple (2015) as Frank
  • Mike & Molly (2015) as Driver
  • The Middle (2014) as Jordan's Dad
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine (2013) as Sergeant
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live! (2013) as Peter Dixon
  • Mortal Kombat (2013) as Owner/Dad
  • Anger Management (2013) as Couple Man #4
  • You're Whole (2013) as Boss
  • Criminal Minds - Proof (2011) TV episode - Mr. Elcott
  • Degrassi Takes Manhattan (2010) as Mr. Bince
  • CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival (2010) as Cecil, Jr.
  • CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival (2010) as Cecil, Jr.
  • Degrassi: The Next Generation (2008-2009) as Mr. Bince (14 episodes)
  • G-Spot (2006) as Writer #2
  • The Gavin Crawford Show (2000-2003) as Ed Bucchan (30 episodes)
  • SketchCom (1999) as Various (2 episodes)


  • 3 songs (2010) - CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival - 1 episode
  • Hindenburg (2008) - Last Comic Standing - 1 episode


  • CBC Winnipeg Comedy Festival (2010) - 1 episode
  • SketchCom (1999) - 2 episodes


For an up-to-date filmography, see here.

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