STAGE SCENE LA AWARD
OUTSTANDING LEAD ACTOR comedy
"Clearly, Little Fish Theatre has bested Broadway with this production."
"An absolutely fabulous performance. A manic marvel." -StageSceneLA
"Doug Mattingly plays Jack, a gent with quicksilver raging through his veins and pepper up his you know what, in an astounding performance."
-WillCall.org (review of Dead Accounts)
Doug is a member of both Little Fish Theatre Company and Infinite Jest Theatre Company in Los Angeles as well as SAG-AFTRA.
Doug has been participating in online performances on LFT's Virtual Stage, including a recent reading of his feature length screenplay "HALF LIFE", a comedic drama about a 40ish struggling actor who returns to his hometown to settle the affairs of his estranged, overbearing father and to find a way to finally move into an adulthood that's been a long time coming.
Doug with actor Casey O'Keefe reading "Half Life".
Doug shares his quarantine projects and thoughts with Broadway World.
Get your headphones on! The Mattingly Boys are at it again. My brother wrote and directed this for Roger Corman's Quarantine Film Festival. I composed the score and edited sound and dialogue as well as performing foley.
New Comedy Reel!
New Composer reel!
GLAM! the series
The series "GLAM!" has 10 episodes in season 1 and 12 head banging hits. Here's their latest hit!
Dead Accounts at Little Fish Theatre
Boeing Boeing. What a fun show that was! I'd love to do it again!
Back To Zero!
I recently played the lead in the feature drama "Back To Zero". We just got word that it has been accepted into the Hollywood FL Film Festival. Congrats to the cast and crew!
"Grand Cru" wins!
Here's an interview we did at the Culver City Film Festival to cap off 2017. Our film "Grand Cru" would ultimately go on to win "Best Thriller-Short".
Grand Cru wins Best Thriller - Short!
We reaaly enjoyed being part of the Culver City Film Festival. Congrats to winners in all categories. Here's to continued success in 2018!
Official Film Festival Selection!
The Mattingly Boys short film GRAND CRU has been selected for the Culver City Film Festival running December 3-11 here in LA. Showtimes and tix details to come! Trailer below.
Let EveryDay Be Christmas!
Here's a Xmas song I wrote a few years back and did a little Flip video for. Happy Holidays!
We attended the rough cut screening of "Back To Zero", a feature film I played the lead in. Clearly, we were in Hollywood... or at a mitzvah.
New Lethal Injection song!
The fictional band from my GLAM! TV comedy series is back! I'm continuing to write songs that appear in the show's first season and on the LI album "Rock You From Behind".
New short film coming soon!
The latest from The Mattingly Boys. This one is a true family affair.
Ready to rumble!
Here's a fun little fight reel cut from various projects. Watch as Doug fights women, short guys, old men, and a nine-year-old girl... and loses!
Here is the scene from GLAM! (the half hour comedy pilot) that we shot to be used as proof-of-concept for pitching. Hope ya like it!
And, of course, the music video for Lethal Injection's hit single "Ride The Rocket"!
I recently wrote a half hour HBO style comedy called GLAM!. We spent a day shooting a scene from the pilot as part of a proof-of-concept package to be used for pitching to networks and production companies.
Go see "Dear Master" at Little Fish Theatre. Great acting, directing, beautiful lighting, and I did the sound design... and this video.
JUNE 17, '17 Ride The Rocket!
The Kara Morgan Show!
I recently had the pleasure of performing in two episodes of this quirky and charming web series. The first has been released. Check it out! The Magnificat.
A few months ago I co-wrote (with my father DW Mattingly) a half hour HBO style comedy called "GLAM". As part of the "proof-of-concept" video for purposes of pitching the project, I made a music video for the song "Ride The Rocket". Check out the FILMMAKER page to give it a look and listen.
A fun little quarantine downtime instrumental.
Equal parts rock, jazz, blues and funk with a dollop of country.
Shot on my phone with an assist from some old family super 8s.