Wikia

Memory Alpha

Doug Davey

Discuss0
37,465pages on
this wiki
Revision as of 10:27, October 3, 2012 by ThomasHL (Talk | contribs)

Real World article
(written from a Production point of view)

Douglas W. Davey, or simply Doug Davey, is an Emmy Award-winning sound re-recording mixer who has worked on Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Deep Space Nine, Star Trek: Voyager, and Star Trek: Enterprise. He also contributed his mixing skills to the video games Star Trek: Borg and Star Trek: Klingon.

For his work on Star Trek, Davey received Emmy Award nominations and wins for Outstanding Sound Mixing for a Drama Series and Cinema Audio Society Award wins and nominations for Outstanding Achievement in Sound Mixing for a Television Series:

  • 1988 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Where No One Has Gone Before", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Jerry Clemans
  • 1989 Emmy Award for the episode "Q Who", shared with Chris Haire, Alan Bernard, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1990 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Yesterday's Enterprise", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1991 Emmy Award for the episode "The Best of Both Worlds, Part II", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1992 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "The Next Phase", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1993 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Emissary", shared with William Gocke, Richard L. Morrison, and Chris Haire
  • 1993 Emmy Award for the episode "A Fistful of Datas", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1994 Emmy Award for the episode "Genesis", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1994 CAS Award for the episode "Descent", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1995 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Genesis", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1997 Emmy Award nomination for the episode "Future's End", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 1998 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Future's End", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 2000 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Equinox", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison
  • 2001 CAS Award nomination for the episode "Unimatrix Zero", shared with Alan Bernard, Chris Haire, and Richard L. Morrison

Outside of Star Trek, Davey has worked on such television series as Challenge of the GoBots (1984-1985), I'll Fly Away (1992-1993), Baywatch (1994-1996), Baywatch Nights (1995), Everwood (2005-2006), The Evidence (2006), Eli Stone (2008), The Unit (2006-2009), ER (2002-2009), L.A. Crash (2009), and Miami Medical (2010). He received his first Emmy Award nomination in 1984 for the work he did on an episode of Falcon Crest (shared with Chris Haire). Nineteen years later, he won an Emmy Award for the ER episode "Chaos Theory".

His feature film sound mixing credits include the science fiction film Night of the Comet (1984, starring Robert Beltran), the horror film The Stepfather (1987, starring Terry O'Quinn), the comedy Ski Patrol (1990, featuring Ray Walston), the thriller Zandalee (1991, featuring Ian Abercrombie and Zach Galligan), the drama The Only Thrill (1997, starring Sharon Lawrence), the comedy Picking Up the Pieces (2000, featuring Andy Dick), the romance Lovely & Amazing (2001, with Michael Nouri), and the television thriller The Glow (2002).

Star Trek credits

(This list is currently incomplete.)

External link

Around Wikia's network

Random Wiki