Douglas Watson was an accomplished actor who led an impressive career, primarily on the big screen. Watson started his acting career landing roles in films, such as the Marlon Brando dramatic adaptation "Julius Caesar" (1953) and the Marlon Brando dramatic adaptation "Sayonara" (1957). He worked in television in his early acting career as well, including a part on "Love of Life" (CBS, 1951-1980). He continued to work steadily in film throughout the sixties and the seventies, appearing in "The Trial of the Catonsville Nine" (1972) and the Burt Lancaster action picture "Ulzana's Raid" (1972). He continued to work steadily in television throughout the sixties and the seventies, appearing on "Another World" (NBC, 1963-1999) and "Moment of Truth" (NBC, 1964-66). In the seventies through the nineties, Watson lent his talents to projects like "King Lear" (PBS, 1973-74), "The 13th Annual Daytime Emmy Awards" (NBC, 1985-86) and "The Money Pit" (1986) starring Tom Hanks. His credits also expanded to "In Too Deep" with Omar Epps (1999). Watson most recently appeared in "Something the Lord Made" (HBO, 2003-04).