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Douglas Falconer was born on 30 January, 1952 in Calgary, Alberta, Canada, is a producer,actor,soundtrack. At 69 years old, Douglas Falconer height is 5 ft 10 in (180.0 cm).

Now We discover Douglas Falconer's Biography, Age, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of net worth at the age of 70 years old?

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Occupation producer,actor,soundtrack
Douglas Falconer Age 70 years old
Zodiac Sign Aquarius
Born 30 January 1952
Birthday 30 January
Birthplace Calgary, Alberta, Canada
Nationality Canada

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Who Is Douglas Falconer's Wife?

His wife is Louise (25 September 1987 - 5 April 2017) ( 2 children)

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Douglas Falconer Net Worth

He net worth has been growing significantly in 2021-22. So, how much is Douglas Falconer worth at the age of 70 years old? Douglas Falconer’s income source is mostly from being a successful Producer. He is from Canada. We have estimated Douglas Falconer's net worth , money, salary, income, and assets.

Net Worth in 2022 $1 Million - $5 Million
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Doug is Chairman of Falconer Pictures, a feature film and TV production company in Los Angeles. Doug's latest film as Producer is the southwestern suspense thriller "Wander" starring Aaron Eckhart, Oscar winner Tommy Lee Jones, Katheryn Winnick and Heather Graham. Wander was released on December 4, 2020. His next film currently shooting in British Columbia, Canada is "Dangerous" starring Scott Eastwood, Mel Gibson, Tyrese Gibson and Famke Janssen.

"Daughter of the Wolf" was nominated for three 2020 Canadian Screen Award including Best Picture.


Recent producer credits include the 2019 action thriller "Daughter of the Wolf" starring Gina Carano (Haywire, Deadpool, Fast & Furious 6) and Oscar winner Richard Dreyfuss (Jaws, Close Encounters of the Third Kind, The Goodbye Girl).

In 2019 Doug Co-Produced the feature film "Endless" along with Thunder Road Pictures (A Star is Born, John Wick) and Minds Eye Entertainment (Forsaken, The Tall Man).


Doug's other recent producer credits include the 2017 film "Humanity Bureau" starring Oscar winner Nicolas Cage and the 2016 film "Ace the Case" starring Oscar winner Susan Sarandon.


Forsaken was nominated for five 2016 Canadian Screen Awards.


In 2015 Doug was Executive Producer on critically acclaimed western "Forsaken" starring Kiefer Sutherland, Donald Sutherland, Demi Moore and Brian Cox.

Forsaken was an Official Selection at the 2015 Toronto International Film Festival TIFF.

In 2015 Doug was inducted into the City of Ottawa Sports Hall of Fame and into the University of Ottawa Football Hall of Fame as a member of the legendary 1975 National Championship Vanier Cup Team. Following his college career, Doug went on to play professional football in the Canadian Football League with the Ottawa Rough Riders and the Calgary Stampeders.


In 2011 Doug was Executive Producer on the epic film "The Warrior's Way" starring Oscar winner Jeffrey Rush, Kate Bosworth and produced by Oscar winner Barry M Osborne (Lord of the Rings).


In 2009 Doug executive produced "My Bollywood Bride" starring Sex and the City's Jason Lewis. Upcoming films include Stan Lee's Annihilator, written by Dan Gilroy (Bourne Legacy), Why Should White Guys Have All the Fun?, the Reginald Lewis biopic starring Jamie Foxx, The 500, written by Angelo Pizzo (Rudy, Hoosiers) and The Magician, the Marlin Briscoe Story, written by Gregory Howard (Ali, Remember the Titans). Although most articles written about Doug refer to him as a native of Kingston, Ontario, Canada he was born in Calgary, Alberta, Canada. Doug's father was a member of the Canadian Armed Forces. Growing up, Doug was constantly on the move. He attended no less than 5 public schools and 2 high schools across Canada. While attending high school Doug was a 4 sport star. He participated in football, basketball, track & field and soccer. During his senior year at LaSalle Secondary School in Kingston, Ontario, Doug was the city scoring champion in both basketball and football. He was the city long jump and high jump champion that same year. Following high school Doug went on to play basketball at St. Lawrence College.


In 1998 at the age of 47 he was captain of the NHL Breakout World Championship team, competing against teams from around the world including Canada, Sweden and USA. The Championship Trophy was awarded to Falconer and his teammates by Willie O'Ree.


Falconer moved to Los Angeles in 1981 where he helped pioneer the sport of inline hockey in California.


In 1979 Doug joined Supertramp on stage in Ottawa Canada during their Breakfast in America tour.


In 1976 the prestigious "Achievement Award" in recognition of Distinguished Performance in the Field of Amateur Sports was presented to Doug by the Government of the Province of Ontario. The award was presented to Doug by the Premier of Ontario, William Davis.

Doug was a member of the 1976 Grey Cup Champion Ottawa Rough Riders.


Doug was a member of the 1975 National Championship Vanier Cup Team.

The 1975 team is considered by many to be the greatest Canadian college football team ever.

The 1975 undefeated Gee Gees team (11-0) still holds several team and individual CIS records.

22 players from the 1975 team were drafted into the CFL and twelve players from that 1975 University of Ottawa Gee Gee's team went on to play professional football in the CFL and NFL.


In 1973 Doug transferred to the University of Ottawa where he starred as a wide receiver and as a defensive back on the football team.


Doug was a member of the 1971-72 St. Lawrence College O. C. A. A. Eastern Division Championship team.