American-native Colman Domingo is famed as a television and film actor; he has also caressed his professional career as a playwright and stage director.
Recipient of 1997 Goodman Choice, 2006 Bay Area Critics Circle, and 2010 Lucille Lortel awards, Colman has received handful nominations with one of those on 2011 Tony Awards. Meanwhile, Domingo joined Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences as a member of the Actors’ Branch in 2017.
A year later, he was incorporated to the Director’s Guild of America as a director of one of the episodes of American post-apocalyptic horror drama Fear the Walking Dead.
Apart from that, the versatile veteran personality, Colman Domingo has been able to intrigue the audiences with his flawless acting charisma.
Is Colman Domingo Gay?
Colman Domingo has proudly publicized his sexual orientation to the prying eyes like former Canadian swimmer Mark Tewksbury. Yes, he gets more tempted by males than the opposite sex—which makes him gay!
The gutted actor mentioned how his sexual orientation exposure helped him and his family to open themselves up. Speaking about his self-penned autographical show, A Boy and His Soul, Domingo stated,
My coming out enabled me and my family to open ourselves up, so I knew that had to be an important component of the show.
Talking more about the show, Colman added,
Some people wanted to highlight the gay aspect and make it about that one thing, but it’s also about love, family, acceptance, relationships, change, the changing of a neighborhood, where we live, and where we’re going.
Besides, Colman flashed the amount of support he received from his family after he decided to come out of the closet. As of his interview published on metro.co.uk dated 5 September 2013, Domingo revealed that his macho brother quoted, ‘I love you anyway’ after hearing him spill out his sexual preference.
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Apart from revealing his sexual orientation, Colman remains confined to exposing the identity of his possible partner. With not much from his relationship life to dig at, it can be speculated that Domingo is still a distance away from getting married.
Colman's Bio Plus Parents’ Details
Colman Domingo, age 48, was born with the name Colman Jason Domingo on 28 November 1969, in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Colman was raised up by his parents, Clarence and Edith Bowles, alongside his brothers and sisters.
Colman Domingo reveals being a Democrat like his folks on 4 September 2012 (Photo: Colman Domingo’s Twitter)
Before Colman auditioned for comedy-drama musical Passing Strange, his mother and his stepfather died due to health illness. Saddened by the demise, Colman was given two weeks to go home and bury his loving folks.
His mother was the one, who requested him to join speech classes when he had a speech impediment as a child. It was quite a difficult time for Domingo to get used to the fact that his parents won’t be there for him like before.
What Is His Net Worth?
After majoring in Journalism from the Temple University, Colman, who stands tall at the height of 6 feet and 2 inches (1.88 m), moved to San Francisco, California to pursue his acting career.
Starring as Mr. Franklin Jones, Joop, and Mr. Venus, in the critically acclaimed rock musical Passing Strange, he thereafter, flaunted his acting skills appearing on several television shows. Besides, The Big Gay Sketch Show (2008) and Lucifer (2016), Domingo guest-starred on the legal drama series, Law & Order, where American-Italian actress Michelle Beadle and model-cum-actress Jessica Lu flaunted their acting skills.
Glancing at his illustrious career as an actor, director, and playwright, it is not a humdinger to guess that Colman Domingo amasses a massive fortune. However, his actual net worth figures remain confined to date.