Doug followed up with a small role in Lee's "Jungle Fever" (1991) and more substantial parts in the cartoony Kid'N'Play vehicle, "Class Act" and the horror comedy "Dr. Giggles" (both 1992). He became the host and co-writer of "New Music Report," a local NYC music and talk show on WNBC. Doug joined ABC's primetime line up as the star and co-producer of "Where I Live" (1993), an amiable Disney-produced sitcom about a young Harlem resident navigating life's choices while weighing the values andy demands of his friends and his middle-class family. He returned to features as one of the stars of Disney's "Cool Runnings" (1993), a comedy inspired by the true story of the first Jamaican Olympic bobsled team. After teaming with Christina Ricci for a remake of Disney's "That Darn Cat!" (1996), he was back on the small screen in the CBS sitcom "Cosby" (1996-200), as the boyfriend of Bill Cosby's daughter.