Dominique Fishback is an actress and playwright best known for her roles in Mental America (2014), Show Me a Hero (2015), Night Comes On (2018), and The Deuce (2017).
She has also played extensively in theater productions, including Off-Off-Broadway play Subverted in 2014, where she played 22 characters.
The play where Dominique worked was nominated for the 2015 Innovative Theatre Award for Outstanding Solo Performance.
Dominique Fishback's Bio: Family Details
Dominique Fishback stands at the height of 5 feet 2 inches (1.57 meters).
She was born on 21st March 1995 to parents in the United States. While talking about her family details, not much is known about family background.
However, Dominique shares a close bond with her parents and never misses a chance to gush when the topic is about her parents.
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From her childhood, she has a list of impressive skills and is also very much into boxing. Every Saturday, she goes for boxing practice with her dad making a father-daughter relationship more stronger.
Dominique's other skill is her interest in acting and Dominique being dramatic and wanting to be an actress since she was 10, her mother encouraged her to be an actor.
Dominique Fishback with her mother on 13 May 2019 (Photo: Dominique Fishback's Instagram)
Moving towards her education, Dominique graduated from Pace University henceforth, earning a B.A. in Theater.
Dating & Married
Dominique's flashback might be one of those young artists who are entirely focused on making their careers.
It has almost been six years since she entered the Hollywood movie industry, and yet she has not been spotted with any guy who can be speculated to be her partner or boyfriend.
Thousands of her admirers and fans are dying to know about her dating life, which she has been keeping away from the public eyes.
Perhaps, in the future, Dominique would feel free to share her personal life after she finds a reliable partner.
Movies & TV Shows
Dominique first made her big-screen debut in 2014 after she starred in the TV series, The Kick.
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In the same year, she also made an appearance in the series The Affair as Keisha.
Her acting was flawless, and with such talent, she continued getting projects including The Americans in 2015, Blue Bloods in 2015, Royal Pains in 2015, Show Me a Hero (2015), Burning in Birmingham in 2016, and The Hate U Give (2018).
In 2017, Dominique even became part of the 1970s Times Square drama, The Deuce, from 2017 to 2019. In the series, she played the role of "Sweetly vulnerable" prostitute Darlena.
For her role, she was listed by USA Today as one of five new faces that people should be watching on fall 2017 television.