Doug MacLeod was born on a Sunday. The Aquarius is his star sign. The Snake with the element Water is Doug MacLeod's chinese year sign and his life path is the number 8.
Doug MacLeod's Aquarius horoscope
Doug MacLeod is able to provide his life with a definite structure and stable framework. His creativity and consistency are blending harmoniously and are a guarantee for liability and seriousness. Doug MacLeod does not act overhasty but methodically and according to a plan. ... continue reading
Doug MacLeod's Water-Snake Horocope
Doug MacLeod always surprises his fellow men because he radiates a fascinating mixture of passion, heat, elegance and reservedness. He possesses an exceptional charisma and shines in many different colours. Doug MacLeod likes the contact more than other snakes and does not shy away from standing by his opinions even if those might cause unpleasant situations. ... continue reading
Doug MacLeod's Numerology-Report
Doug MacLeod is able to express his abilities creatively without effort. A remarkable ability to adapt predestines him for a flying career in publishing, finance or politics. Doug MacLeod's versatility does not confine him to that. Further ideal fields of expressing the existing creativity are literature, the arts, the high cuisine and of course the hotel industry. ... continue reading
Doug MacLeod Daily Horoscope for February 25th, 2020
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Our biorhythm starts with the day of our birth and is repeated in particular cycles in an up-and-down curve until our death. The upper half (above zero level) is the active phase. The one below zero is the passive phase.
The focus should indeed be put on words "active" and "passive" since none of the two halves is either good or bad.
The days where the rhythm changes from active to passive and vice versa are the critical days. During that time, the abilities associated with the curves are unstable.
You should be very careful on those days. Accidents may occur and they are also not good for exams, to sign contracts and the likes. The typical three primary curves are the physical cycle (red), the emotional cycle (green) and the intellectual cycle (blue).
Doug MacLeod Work
Shadowhunters Doug MacLeod as Mr. Harris
Clary Fray is a typical teenager with the dream to study at the Brooklyn School of Art. However, on her 18th birthday her life is turned upside down. Her mother gets kidnapped but not just before she had sent Clary to safety through a magical portal. Now, the young woman must learn that she had been lied to all her life.
She belongs to the people of Shadowhunters, human beings with partly angel blood. They were once created with the help of the Mortal Cup with the purpose to protect the humans from rogue demons. For that, they train hard already from childhood on and learn how to use rune magic in their fight.
Said cup is believed to be in the possession of Clary's mother, also a Shadowhunter who had wanted her daughter to grow up with a normal life as a mundane without all the problems a Shadowhunter life brings along.
On her kidnapping Jocelyn was clever enough to put herself into eternal sleep to be no longer of use for the kidnappers. But the renegade Shadowhunters quickly learn about Clary's existence and blackmail her now to find the cup for them if she wants to see her mother again alive. With it, they want to exterminate all demon life on earth, both the good and the rogue ones.
Clary must quickly adapt into a role she hasn't been trained for. Neither belonging to the world of humans, nor to the one of the Shadowhunters, she gets thrown right into a supernatural war which threatens the very existence of mankind.
Together with Shadowhunters Jace, Alec and Isabelle and her best, human, friend Simon, Clary hears the call of her destiny and enters the secretive parallel world full of dangers and mystical creatures such as angels, demons, vampires, werewolves and warlocks. .
Doug MacLeod is Mr. Harris in 1 of 35 episodes.
3 Seasons 2016 - 2019 cancelled
The listed work of Doug MacLeod on this page makes no claim of being exhaustive. Especially television series are a constant work in progress, even if they are no longer on the air. I took the information from DVD opening and end credits and not from sources on the internet.