Dominique Moore is an actress and writer from London, England. She started out in theatre at a young age and originated several roles in West End productions, including the first Young Nala in The Lion King – West End (Lyceum Theatre). She is well known for her series regular role in seven-time BAFTA winning, two-time British Comedy Award winning and International EMMY Award winning TV sketch show Horrible Histories. Her performance of notable figures such as: Mary Seacole and Rosa Parks have been well received by audiences and critics alike and feature in many press articles and reviews. Other notable screen credits include ITV’s Finding Alice, A Confession and Torvill & Dean, BBC’s Anthony, Hulu’s Four Weddings and a Funeral, and the EMMY nominated Tracey Ullman’s show for HBO and BBC. On stage, Dominique has starred in Patrick Marber’s production of Don Juan in Soho alongside David Tennant. She also voices a number of animation characters including the first black female role of ‘Ruth’ in Thomas the Tank Engine and Friends.
In May 2016, Dominique founded DMA London and opened creative studio The DMA Studio in Hackney Wick,London. Owing to her successful and expansive career, she now mentors young professional actors all over the world. DMA has working relationships with a number of industry professionals and productions that provide opportunities for the young talent she works with. Dominique is passionate about providing actors with the tools, industry understanding, knowledge and support to help them succeed.