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Doug Anthony

Vocalist / Producer / Voice Actor


Born Douglas Antoni Doermann, Doug Anthony--or "Doug Dee" as he is known among cohorts--is a voice artist who has actively promoted well-known brands such as "Star Trek", "Xena", "Lost", "Twilight Zone", "The Walking Dead", and a host of others. He has been called a natural as an MC due to the quality of his voice, and charismatic as an entertainer in general.

As a lead singer, session vocalist, songwriter, and producer, Doug has lent his voice to over 300 productions and has lead the seminar circuit encouraging young (and not-so-young) entertainers to "endure the pursuit" until they create a niche in the marketplace.

Testimonials by a myriad of entertainers--both known and yet-to-be-known--have led to the phrase that Doug is "The Tony Robbins of the entertainment industry" based on his positive outlook and belief in the success of others.

As Doug himself puts it, "Motivating potential stars, people with REAL skills, means more to me than just a profiteering venture. It is a genuine muse, unlike self-promotion. Sure, at times, I've made a living as a 'vocal coach', but as of late, I've realized that I am also a 'life coach'. Not a bad combination, coming out of the chute!"


The skills that pay the bills

Where he's gone, where he be, and what he's learned, all in a neat little table!


Member, 25+ years

Broadcast Music, Inc

Member, 15+ years

University of Redlands

Graduate, Business Management - Entertainment

Pasadena City College

Graduate, Theatre Arts and Music

Voice Over History

Doug has lent his voice to a good number of projects, both big and small. Here's a small sample of where you've heard him:
    Promotional Voice Over
  • Princess Mononoke [1997]
  • Kimba the White Lion [1994]
  • Moscow Dance Theatre
  • LA Rams
  • Norman Howe & Associates

  • Kaena: The Prophecy [2003]
  • Star Trek
  • Xena: Warrior Princess
  • Twilight Zone
  • The Walking Dead
  • The American Dream
  • City of Diamond Bar USO Show
  • Fender's Ballroom
  • Golden Spur, Glendora

  • Songwriting Collaborations
  • Louis Johnson, The Brothers Johnson
  • Joey Guerra, formerly of Tierra


Lots of folks have some very nice things to say about Doug!

"Before my climb as an actress, Doug was my vocal coach. He has been a close friend of the family since my first acting jobs in my teens. He is a friend, and a professional."
~ Tamala Jones, Actress [Castle, The Tracy Morgan Show, and For Your Love]

"What a VOICE!"
~ Nancy Sinatra

[on being interviewed by Doug during the taping of the pilot talk show ‘The Doug And Nita Show’, and assisting on ‘Platinum Mic Nite’] "I was happy to be on the show!"
~ Willie Norwood, Entrepreneur/Record Label President/Father of Music Icons Ray-J and Brandy

"Doug has something to offer as a vocalist!"
~ Larry & Fonce Mizell, Songwriters/Producers [The Corporation]

[regarding Doug's song 'Love Marathon'] "I like it! I need more like it, and then we can talk!"
~ Freddie Piro, Producer of the 80’s pop group Ambrosia

"The Song ‘Love Marathon’ is A-number one!"
~ Bill Lacy, Former A&R Exec [Philadelphia International Records]

"Doug is a FABULOUS singer, and I hear a lot of singers. He’s also, great at the voice overs of him that I’ve heard; we’ve hung out numerous times, and he is quick-witted. Knows when to get serious, though. I consider him a friend and the consummate professional."
~ Tobias Santarelli, Lighting/Sound [American Idol]

"Doug is a great Senpai*!"
~ Louis Johnson, Bassist/Vocalist/Songwriter [The Brothers Johnson]

[*What's a Senpai? 🤔 An upperclassman who mentors an underclassman (kohai). Often in reference to anime and manga and originates from Japanese 先輩, "earlier colleague". Used more broadly to mean "teacher," "master," or "mentor."]


Get your copy of Doug's In The Meantime and related merch here!!


Songs, Music Videos, Voice Demos and More!

You can listen to Doug's albums here, watch his music videos, check out his professional voice demos, and other projects he's worked on!

       Love Maker
[from Doug's Upcoming Album!]
In The Meantime
       Voice Over Highlights
       The Doug Anthony Situation

About The Band

The Doug Anthony Situation

Left to right: Danny Diaz, Doug Anthony, Bobby Macias and Steve Campos (members may vary)

Doug was introduced as a "special performer" by his older brother's group, "The American Dream" (Producer Freddie Piro's group before Ambrosia in the early 80's). By the age of 13, Doug was a singer, a self-taught keyboardist and a drummer. After receiving his degree in the Arts, Doug continued with his music career and worked with such notables as Hense Powell, the famed H.B. Barnum/Johnny Bristol protege; Louis Stone, a collaborator for the group "Animotion;" Louis Johnson, bassist and vocalist for his family group, "Brothers Johnson;" Joey Guerra, keyboardist and vocalist for the group, "Tierra" and many others. Doug has since written songs and recorded his debut album. Consisting of an array of original Pop-Easy Listening songs, Doug's debut CD In the Meantime has been referred to by some as "refreshing" and others as "safe at the dinner table," and still others as, "deep". Selections such as "You Can Have My Heart", reminiscent of the more popular ballads of the 1950's, or "It's Not Worth It" which wreaks of Frankie Valli or Billy Joel, has raised a few eyebrows on contemporary radio. Doug's debut CD is quickly becoming an item of discussion.

After a recent period of performing solo, Doug has formed a band with some of the "hottest" musicians on the west coast music scene to provide the audience with a show that consists of songs from his debut album entitled In The Meantime, in addition to covering pop and standards ranging from the 50's through the 80's.

The Band

Danny Diaz


Danny started out in the early 60's with a group known as "The Carpet Baggers" featuring well-known actor Edward James Olmos on lead vocal. The group was highly influenced by the "British Band" invasion of the era. Danny's next venture was with a trio called "General Store", which was covered songs by Steppenwolf, Iron Butterfly, Grateful Dead, etc. Danny has shared the stage with "Shaky Jake", the famous "harp" player from Chicago, and in the late 70's, went on the road with the Morton Downey Jr. Show. After the seventies, (and a few gigs with his old buddies, "Thee Midniters"), Danny joined Doug Anthony in the studio doing guitar parts on demos until becoming a member of the "Chico Band", which was featured in the movie "Luminares", an Edward James Olmos associated project.
Bobby Macias


Bobby Macias is an accomplished, versatile musician whose various styles of playing include, but are not limited to, Pop, Jazz, R&B and Latin. Bobby has been playing drums for many years and has had the privilege of playing with numerous well-known musicians and has toured the United States; playing with jazz trios, bands, or orchestras, and proving time and time again, that his talent shines in whatever type of music he plays. Bobby has performed with musicians such as: The Expressions, The Imperials, The Rudy Macias Latin Orchestra, The Eddie Cano Latin Jazz Quartet, Chico, Kaos, Live Wire, Country Singer Victoria Harnett, and Gospel groups such as Bob Carlisle.
Steve Campos


Steve Campos has over 40 years of experience as a singer and keyboardist. Steve has played with many known musicians including Ray Barreto, Mango Santa Maria and Shades of Jade. He has played in clubs, live venues such as the Pechanga Resort & Casino, the Hollywood Palladium, local jazz festivals, street festivals and cruise ships. Steve's original material has been played on College stations and he has done studio work which includes keyboards and vocals on two artist's CD's.


Looking for a producer? A voice? A vocal coach? Doug's got you covered.

Doug Dee Anthony
PO Box 41
San Dimas, CA 91773
United States

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