Born in Bristol, South West England, Dominique began dancing at the age of 4 and after quickly discovering her passion for all performing arts trained in acting, singing and all genres of dance to become as versatile a performer as possible. Being brought up around an incredible family she learnt at a very young age that anything is possible. At 16 years old Dominique went on to train for 3 years at Laine Theatre Arts and prior to graduating managed to secure a part in the West End’s hit Musical Dirty Dancing where she played the Alternate Baby Houseman at only 19 years old. During her training she also had the wonderful opportunity of working on ITV’s series Britannia High gaining valuable TV experience. Whilst starring in Dirty Dancing Dominique discovered her real passion for straight acting and since then has been training exceptionally hard - from technique to screen. She has also been back and forth from LA making fantastic contacts. Dominique features in E4’s comedy series The Midnight Beast as well as having filmed various interesting shorts. Paul Hyett’s ‘The Seasoning House’ (2013) was Dominique’s first feature film which was a huge success premiering as FrightFest’s oping night movie and making cinema release. The trailer can be found on the reels page... Dominique then starred in the West End’s hit musical Viva Forever based on the songs of the Spice Girls. Most recently Dominique has just finished filming Marvel’s ‘The Avengers - Age of Ultron’ where she gained invaluable experience and is looking forward to it’s release in May 2015.