Martin McDougall is an Anglo-American actor. Born in Edinburgh to a Scottish father and an American mother, Martin grew up in New Jersey. He studied theatre and Art History at the College of Wooster in Ohio then spent two years studying acting at the Webber Douglas Academy of Dramatic Art in London. In a career spanning twenty-eight years, Martin has worked extensively in theatre, film, and television, working with many prominent film directors including Steven Spielberg - "Saving Private Ryan", Paul Greengrass - "Green Zone", Luc Besson - "The Fifth Element", Christopher Nolan - "Batman Begins", Fernando Meirelles - "360" and Roger Michell - "Hyde Park On Hudson". His recent TV credits include, "The Honourable Woman" and "Utopia". Martin worked at The National Theatre in "Death of A Salesman", The Royal Court in "Aunt Dan and Lemon" and "Labyrinth" at Hampstead Theatre. Martin lives in London with his circus performer wife Desiree Kongerød and their son Aksel.