Douglas Noe has served as a make-up artist for thirty years, twenty-five of those in the motion picture industry.
Douglas’ abilities allow him to traverse all facets of make-up. Known for his beauty and fashion roots, Douglas is also sought after for his character and prosthetic skills. Tattoos, hair work and period looks also gladly occupy much of his time.
Every genre is covered. Some of these credits include: ‘The Avengers’ where he re- created the looks for the greatest comic book villain ever- Loki, ‘The Majestic’ which captured the McCarthy era of the early 1950’s; the final featured zombie (among many) for ‘World War Z’, ape make-ups for ‘Tim Burton’s Planet of the Apes’, aliens for ‘Galaxy Quest’, casualty simulation for ‘Seven Psychopaths’ and in your face horror for ‘The Devil’s Rejects’. These being only a handful of his extreme and specialty make-up endeavors.
‘Cheaper by the Dozen’, ‘The Spy Next Door’ and ‘Yours, Mine & Ours’ show us some of his more natural looks with relatable and friendly slice of life characters.
Always doing films that are driven in some capacity by their make-up and hair, he has additional highlights that include the BAFTA nominated (for make-up) ‘Lee Daniels’ The Butler’, ‘Angels & Demons’, ‘Spiderman 3’, ‘Charlie Wilson’s War’ and ‘Why Do Fools Fall In Love?’
Very recent highlights include ‘I Saw The Light’ and ‘The Birth Of A Nation’.