Jeff Douglas is a Canadian presenter, actor and television personality whose work has been seen by audiences in over 160 countries. His combination of irreverence, enthusiasm, warmth and humour has endeared him to viewers around the world.
As a host, Douglas has garnered two Gemini Nominations (2008) and a Viewer's Choice Nomination (2006) for his work on History Television's Ancestors in the Attic, Working Over Time, and Things That Move. More recently, he was host of Making History (National Geographic), an internationally broadcast four-part series exploring and re-creating significant historic places and events. Douglas also hosted the 161 country-wide live broadcast of Jetman Live (National Geographic), a television event showcasing adventurer Yves Rossy's attempt to be the first person to fly across the English Channel using a jet pack.
As an Actor, Jeff Douglas has been a series regular on the Emmy® Award-Winning Strange Days At Blake Holsey High (NBC/Discovery), and The Famous Jett Jackson (Disney). He has appeared in such wide ranging shows as Lost Girl, This Is Wonderland, Missing, and Rookie Blue. Douglas has shared the Big Screen with Denzel Washington, Ray Liotta, Robert Duval and Ellen Page.
Douglas was the recipient of the prestigious Kari Award (2001) for his performance as Joe Canadian in the well-known Molson commercial, The Rant.
Born in Truro, Nova Scotia, Jeff Douglas currently lives and works in Toronto; He is currently the co-host on CBC Radios One's AS IT HAPPENS.