Doua is best known for his menacing role as Fong/Spider in Clint Eastwood’s film Gran Torino for which he received praise from The New York Times and The Star Tribune hailed him "a star in the making.” He recently appeared as the character Po in Disney’s live-action adaptation of Mulan directed by Nikki Caro.
Doua also starred in Memoria from Executive Producer James Franco and the action film Tracers starring Taylor Lautner. Doua has appeared on TV in Comedy Central’s Michael & Michael Have an Issue, Nickelodeon’s The Naked Brothers Band, ABC’s One Life to Live, The Sundance Channel’s The Captive, CBS’s “Blue Bloods’ and was recently cast in MTV’s show “One Bad Choice.” Doua has also performed in numerous Off-Broadway and Off-Off-Broadway productions, his last being Richard Greenberg's play "Take Me Out" for which was singled out in the New York Post review for giving a "terrific" performance.
As a writer, Doua has gotten recognition for his script “The Harvest” on the Cape List/ Black List, a We Screenplay Finalist, and an Academy Nicholl Fellowship Semi-Finalist. Doua's new screenplay “Koi” has received recognition on the 2020 Cape List/ Black List and named a Top 50 on Launch Pad.