Robert De Domenici
In 2016, he made his screen debut in The Second Shepherds’ Play, a film based on the medieval mystery play written by The Wakefield Master. His other film credits include Come Down (2018), The Shaman (2018), and Liberté (2020), an LGBT film about a young man who decides to become transgender. He made his directorial debut with The Pope of Arthur Avenue (2020), an Italian-American comedy short film set in The Bronx, New York which he also wrote and starred in. His theatre credits include the Royal Shakespeare Company Open Stages production of ”Macbeth” (2015), ”Dead White Males” (2016), ”Stags and Hens” (2016), ”The Idiot” (2017), and Jez Butterworth’s ”Mojo” (2018).
He studied ”method acting” under acting coach Tom McClane at the Drama Centre London and at the Questors Academy for two years with director and movement coach Nicholas Jonne Wilson. He also trained at the Stella Adler Studio of Acting under Jon Korkes, the Lee Strasberg Theatre & Film Institute, and the Vincent Curatola Acting Workshop (with The Sopranos cast member Vincent Curatola), through online acting programs. He is also a certified Level 3 personal trainer and boxing coach.