She had her debut function at age fifteen in the remake of Lolita. In the next years, she starred in Gal, Tart, Pumpkin, and Briar Patch. She proved helpful being a stunt dual in the film THE NICE Son. She performed the title personality in the 1997 remake of Lolita, with age group twenty-one she became the youngest model ever to create nude for PETA. Dominique’s parents are Cindy and David; she’s four siblings. In 2012 she started dating Marc Clebanoff. She is at Encounter/Off with John Travolta.
Nominations MTV Movie Award for Best Kiss, Chicago Film Critics Association Award for Most Promising Actress, YoungStar Award for Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Mini-Series/Made for TV Film
Movies Lolita, Face/Off, Briar Patch, New Best Friend, Happy Campers, Tart, Alpha Dog, Road to Nowhere, The Smokers, The Girl from the Naked Eye, A Hitman in London, Fall Down Dead, Nazis at the Center of the Earth, Dead in the Water, Totally Awesome, Dead Mary, 6 Ways To Die, The Mourning, Devour, The Pacific and Eddy, White Air, Embers, Noble Things, Fatal Instinct, The Freediver, Pumpkin, Out Of Season, Girl, Prairie Fever, The Intern, Mean People Suck, Blue Dream, Magik, Stuntmen, The Brooklyn Heist, Stiletto, The Job, All In, Toxic, Cats: The Movie, The Fast and The Fierce, Trance, Sharkansas Women's Prison Massacre, The Black Room, You Can't Have It, A Doggone Christmas, Fishes 'n Loaves: Heaven Sent, Rock Story, The Knockout Game, Heart Stopper, The 6th Friend
Star Sign Leo
Appearing on the cover of Stuff Magazine's Feb. 2007 issue. [January 2007]
Attended the opening night screening of "Towards the Moon with Fellini" at the 2006 Beverly Hills Film Festival where Mikhail Vartanov and Doris Roberts were also present.
Ranked #79 in (2002) Stuff magazine's "102 Sexiest Women In The World".
Best Performance by a Young Actress in a Mini-Series/Made for TV Film
Academy of Science Fiction, Fantasy & Horror Films, USA
Best Performance by a Younger Actor/Actress
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[2012 interview, on Lolita (1997)] I revere the novel, I've read it six times. Whenever there were scenes in the film, I would refer immediately back to the book for more information. One thing I wrote to Adrian Lyne on my audition tape that I initially sent, is that Lolita didn't have a point of view, she was third person. I told him I know who she is, and I can give her a point of view. That's all I wrote, and that's what I felt. When you're a kid, you have balls of steel.
People have asked me if I consider any animal on Earth equal to, or greater than, human beings in terms of intelligence. On some counts, I believe animals are actually smarter than humans. Let's put it this way - how many animals have you seen drink booze, smoke, gamble, or take drugs?
"Everybody thinks people who promote PETA don't eat meat, but I think animals were made to be eaten. I take my part in the food chain very seriously. I eat meat, the rarer the better. I just don't think animals should be slaughtered for their fur." (Stuff Magazine, Feb. 2007)
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