Wray Douglas was the Special Effects Coordinator for Stargate SG-1, Atlantis and Special Effects Coordinator/Supervisor for Universe. His effects team was nominated for Gemini Awards twice in 2000 for the SG-1 episodes "Show and Tell" and "Into the Fire" and again in 2001 for "Small Victories". He invented a water based system for the various mists/air vents seen around Destiny, most notably, the Apple Core. He was also Special Effects Supervisor for A Dog's Breakfast, which was written and directed by British-born Canadian actor David Hewlett and starred David, his sister Kate Hewlett and Paul McGillion.



Special Effects CoordinatorEdit

Special Effects SupervisorEdit

External linksEdit


Wray Douglas outside Bridge Studios in BC.

Water Fogger on the official MGM website.

Community content is available under CC-BY-SA unless otherwise noted.