This is Dominic's second play and his first to be produced. He is also the co-writer of Officers Who Care Too Much, a comedy drama set in prison.
Born in Hollywood, California, he first trained as an actor at the Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and worked extensively in theatre, radio and television
- including Jesus Hopped The A Train at Trafalgar Studios, What You Get And What You Expect at The Lyric Hammersmith, National Theatre tour of An Inspector Calls, national tours of Twelfth Night and Emma, Fuente Ovejuna at the National Theatre, Postcards From Maupassant at Edinburgh festival, Dracula at Manchester Contact, Schiller's The Robbers at The Latchmere, Mrozek's Tango at the Posk Theatre, The Clandestine Marriage and Sleuth at Bristol Old Vic, Jack Clayton's Memento Mori for BBC, Barrie Hemsley's Alone, Channel 4's Annie's Bar, Coupling, London's Burning, Eastenders, Family Affairs, ITV's Strike Force -
before becoming a prison officer, then senior officer in HMP Brixton. After four years in Brixton jail he began his writing career while working at Prison Service HQ in the Ministry of Justice. While there he devised a communication technique for reducing stress and conflict among staff and prisoners, which is now being used in jails around England. Dominic is currently playing Commander Harbison in Bart Sher's Tony award-winning South Pacific, and writing his next play, about drug prohibition.