Doug Curry is a native New Yorker, born in Harlem, and raised in the Bronx. He Is a 1974 graduate of Carnegie-Mellon University in Pittsburgh Pennsylvania. He is a poet and writer, radio host, and, since 2016, an actor. Since 1982 Doug has been the voice and radio host of 'Blacks & Blues,' heard online, and on terrestrial radio in Western and Centeral New York, and in international blues capitol, Chicago, Illinois.
Doug served a five year stint as the on-air host of the public affairs broadcast Challenge, at WROC TV, Rochester NY, from 1984 to 1989. Since 2016, Doug has voiced film and audio books, and appeared in a variety of dramatic roles onstage and remotely for such theater entitties as Blackfriars Theater and its Hourglass Reading Serivce, the Bronze Collective, the Off-Monre Players, the Penfield Players, and Rochester Institute of Technology's NTID, as well as a for variety of creative directors and producers. Doug is currently a board member for Rochester group, Just Poets, as well as its Vice President.
Outside of the creative world, Doug Curry has been an automotive sales professional since 1987.