Brandon Douglas

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Brandon Douglas
Born Brandon Douglas Sokolosky
June 21, 1968
Oklahoma City, Oklahoma
Years active 1985–2005
Spouse(s) Julie Condra (1992-1995; divorced)
Danielle (?-?)
Children 2

Brandon Douglas (born June 21, 1968) is an American actor. He first came to prominence in the television series Falcon Crest, in which he played Ben Agretti during the 1988–1989 season. He is best known for playing Wayne Jones in the hit CBS TV series Northern Exposure. He is also well known for playing Dr. Andrew Cook in the popular CBS series Dr. Quinn, Medicine Woman. Other credits include: 21 Jump Street, Northern Exposure, Matlock, Murder She Wrote, and JAG. He also costarred as Cameron Frye in the short-lived sitcom Ferris Bueller.

Douglas played the lead in The Children of Times Square, a 1986 television film directed by Curtis Hanson.[1]

Douglas was born Brandon Sokolosky[2] in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma and raised in Dallas, Texas. He was previously married to actress Julie Condra.


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