Douglas Rappaport

Also Known As

  • Doug Rappaport

Game Credits

Production

Tiger Woods PGA Tour 08 (2007)   (Associate Producer)
Arena Football (2006)   (Associate Producer)
NFL Head Coach (2006)   (Associate Producer)
NFL Street 3 (2006)   (Associate Producer)
NASCAR 06: Total Team Control (2005)   (Supporting Production)
 

Writers

Superman Returns (2006)   (Dialogue Specialist)
Descent to Undermountain (1998)   (Dialogue Editor )
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings (1997)   (Voice-Over Editing)
 

Video/Cinematics

M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration (1996)   (Cinematics ambient Voices)
 

Audio

Saw (2009)   (Talent Director)
ESPN NFL 2K5 (2004)   (Audio)
Minority Report: Everybody Runs (2002)   (Sound Designers)
NHL 2K2 (2002)   (Music)
NHL 2K3 (2002)   (Music)
Spider-Man (2002)   (Senior Sound Designer )
Clay Fighter: Sculptor's Cut (1998)   (Voice-Over Editing)
Descent to Undermountain (1998)   (Dialogue Editors)
Fallout 2 (1998)   (Sound FX Librarians)
Atomic Bomberman (1997)   (VO Editing)
Clay Fighter 63 1/3 (1997)   (Vo Editing)
Fallout (1997)   (Sound FX Librarians)
Norse by Norse West: The Return of the Lost Vikings (1997)   (Voice‑Over Editing)
Star Trek: Starfleet Academy (1997)   (Sound - In Game)
Waterworld (1997)   (Voice Editing)
M.A.X.: Mechanized Assault & Exploration (1996)   (VO Editing)
Shattered Steel (1996)   (Voice Editing)
 

Creative Services

Fallout 2 (1998)   (Voice Editors)
 

Thanks

Airport Mania: First Flight (2010)   (Additional Android Thanks)
Vandal Hearts: Flames of Judgement (2010)   (Special Thanks)
Saw (2009)   (Special Thanks)
Rock Revolution (2008)   (Special Thanks)
 


Developer Biography

Douglas Rappaport has always been involved in the arts. He was originally a classically trained violinist and composer, having studied as a young child at various conservatories in the U.S. and, later, abroad. During his college years, Douglas studied under famed protégée of Jascha Heifetz, Erick Friedman, and after graduate work at Yale University, Douglas went on to the University of Southern California where he received an Advanced Studies degree in Film and Television Scoring. He also studied at Goldsmiths College (part of the University of London), Guildhall and London International Film School, amongst others.

His first novel, "One Day the Weatherman", which was initially published in 2003, had a 10th Anniversary Special Edition that was released in June, 2013. His latest book, “Victim of Circumstance", which was published in September, 2014, got as high as #3 on the Amazon Free Kindle Bestseller list (non-fiction). He has been published in Memoirabilia magazine and is also the writer of a stage play, "The Great Deceiver", as well as several short stories and screenplays, the latter of which included a film adaptation of his first novel and a work-for-hire from a feature director.

Last updated: Apr 07, 2017