D.C. Douglas Joins Cast of Syfy's SHARKNADO 2

D.C. Douglas Joins Cast of Syfy's SHARKNADO 2

Film, television and video game actor, D.C. Douglas, confirmed on twitter today that he recently wrapped filming a cameo sequence for SyFy's much anticipated sequel, "Sharknado 2: The Second One."

Douglas won't reveal any plot or character details, but did say he left the set much dirtier and "gooey-er" than when he arrived.

"It was probably the quickest and hardest one day shoot in my life, while also being glorious fun," says Douglas, "but what made it special was that many fans on twitter were hoping I'd be in it since I've been in several Asylum films in the past. Now I can say this performance is specifically for my awesome niche fanbase."

Douglas has garnered a following among "Resident Evil" and "Mass Effect" gamers for voicing the iconic characters of Albert Wesker and Legion. On television, he's earned younger fans for portraying Chase, a police car transformer, on The Hub's "Transformers: Rescue Bots."

The original "Sharnado" aired on Syfy last year and immediately exploded in popularity thanks to Twitter hashtags and celebrities tweeting about it.

Douglas joins an eclectic cast which features Ian Ziering, Tara Reid, Vivica A. Fox, Kelly Osbourne, Andy Dick, Billy Ray Cyrus, Judd Hirsch and Mark McGrath.

When pressed for more details, Douglas only responds with "#Sharnado2. It's the only thing I'm allowed to say!" insists Douglas. "I can't even tell you behind the camera details... Like how the sharks are a little full of themselves since the first one became a huge hit, or how there were a few inter-species affairs happening. I just can't. But hey: #Sharknado2."

Douglas' was last seen on Syfy as the doomed captain of "Titanic II." Currently, Douglas can be seen in the cult film, "Apocalypse Kiss," playing an OCD serial killer, and on CBS's "Days Of our Lives" playing a recurring, mysterious character.

In addition, Douglas will be making more than a dozen personal appearances at anime and videogame cons throughout the states and the United Kingdom in 2014.

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