Chris Doubek

Chris Doubek

Highest Rated: 100% Arlo & Julie (2014)

Lowest Rated: 34% A Teacher (2013)

Birthday: Not Available

Birthplace: Not Available

A staple of the Austin indie scene, character actor Chris Doubek appeared in dozens of low-budget low-key films including sibling rivalry tale "Lovers of Hate" (2010), Thanksgiving drama "Krisha" (2015) and innovative documentary "Tower" (2016). Born and raised in Hampton, NH, Doubek studied drama at his home state's university and colleges in Rhode Island and New York, as well as interning with Julie Taymor and the Circle Repertory Company in Greenwich Village. He made his on-screen debut in the short film "Fruitlands 1843" (1999), and made the move into feature films seven years later with the role of Lewis Gaylord in reunion drama "The Cassidy Kids" (2006). A guest appearance on "Friday Night Lights" (NBC, 2006-2011) was followed by minor parts in Holocaust-based drama "Forgiveness" (2008), sci-fi "Earthling" (2010) and romantic comedy "The Happy Poet" (2010), and a first leading role as a down-on-his-luck guy who gets caught up in a love triangle with his successful author brother in "Lovers of Hate" (2010). Doubek maintained his profile on the indie circuit thanks to performances in slacker comedy "Cinema Six" (2012), the Scooby Doo-inspired "Saturday Morning Mystery" (2012) and gangster tale "The Man from Orlando" (2012), while he also played rising star Will Brittain's father in both family drama "Big Boy" (2011) and forbidden romance "A Teacher" (2013). After bit-parts in '80s-set cult hit "Computer Chess" (2013), festive film "White Reindeer" (2013) and dinner party movie "Good Night" (2013), Doubek fulfilled his lifelong ambition of working with Richard Linklater when he appeared as a 'guy in diner' in the ground-breaking coming-of-age "Boyhood" (2014). Doubek then added neo-noir "Sick of It All" (2014), quirky rom-com "Arlo and Julie" (2014) and Jason Schwartzman comedy "7 Chinese Brothers" (2015) to his filmography before showing up as Dr. Becker in Trey Edward Shults' acclaimed Thanksgiving drama "Krisha" (2015). After landing roles in "The Big Spoon" (2016) and "Mad" (2016), Doubek was cast as Allen Crum, the real-life heroic floor supervisor who helped police officers end the 1966 UT Tower shootings, in the rotoscoped animated documentary "Tower" (2016).


Highest Rated Movies



91% 86% Nighthawk Unknown (Character) $58.1K 2019
No Score Yet No Score Yet Sick of It All Camillion Daily (Character) - 2017
99% 89% Tower Allen Crum (Character) $84.3K 2016
95% 77% Krisha Dr. Becker (Character) $140.8K 2015
100% 75% Arlo & Julie Bill (Character) - 2014
34% 22% A Teacher Eric's father (Character) - 2013
No Score Yet No Score Yet Yeah Kowalski! Phil Kowalski (Character) - 2013
90% 51% White Reindeer Detective Ross (Character) - 2013
75% 54% Loves Her Gun The Clerk (Character) - 2013
No Score Yet 43% Good Night Max (Character) - 2013
No Score Yet 80% The Man From Orlando Romeo (Character) - 2012
No Score Yet No Score Yet Pictures of Superheroes Gil (Character) - 2012
73% 51% The Happy Poet Curtis (Character) - 2010
93% 58% Lovers of Hate Rudy (Character) - 2010
No Score Yet No Score Yet Guest Room Grown Man (Character) - 2009


97% 93% Friday Night Lights Young Doctor (Guest Star) 2006


No quotes approved yet.