Colman Domingo

 

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Colman Domingo (born November 28, 1969) is an award-winning American actor, playwright and director. Domingo graduated from Temple University where he majored in Journalism. Soon thereafter he moved to San Francisco, California where he started acting, mainly in theatre. One of the first films for Domingo was in 1999 in the movie Around the Fire as Trace, where he worked with Eric Mabius and Tara Reid. Colman starred as Mister Franklin/ Venus of Berlin in the critically acclaimed rock musical Passing Strange, which, after a successful 2007 run at The Public Theatre, opened on Broadway on Feb. 28, 2008. Colman Domingo received an Obie Award in spring 2008 as part of the ensemble of Passing Strange Off-Broadway. Colman reprised his roles in the film version of Passing Strange directed by Spike Lee, which made its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009

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Colman Domingo

Born 1969-11-28 (52 years ago) in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Awards
Award Ceremony Year Awarded for
GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway and Off-Broadway (A Boy and his Soul) 21st GLAAD Media Awards 2010 A Boy and his Soul
Obie Award for Ensemble Performance (Passing Strange) 53rd Annual Village Voice Obie Awards 2008 Passing Strange
Nominated for awards
Award Ceremony Year Nominated for
Laurence Olivier Award for Best Performance in a Supporting Role in a Musical (The Scottsboro Boys) 2014 Laurence Olivier Awards 2014 The Scottsboro Boys
Tony Award for Best Featured Actor in a Musical (The Scottsboro Boys) 65th Tony Awards 2011 The Scottsboro Boys
Drama Desk Award for Outstanding Solo Performance (A Boy and his Soul) 55th Drama Desk Awards 2010 A Boy and his Soul
GLAAD Media Award for Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway and Off-Broadway (A Boy and his Soul) 21st GLAAD Media Awards 2010 A Boy and his Soul
Parents

Edith Bowles, Clarence Domingo

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Colman Domingo (born November 28, 1969) is an award-winning American actor, playwright and director.

Domingo graduated from Temple University where he majored in Journalism. Soon thereafter he moved to San Francisco, California where he started acting, mainly in theatre.

One of the first films for Domingo was in 1999 in the movie Around the Fire as Trace, where he worked with Eric Mabius and Tara Reid.

Colman starred as Mister Franklin/ Venus of Berlin in the critically acclaimed rock musical Passing Strange, which, after a successful 2007 run at The Public Theatre, opened on Broadway on Feb. 28, 2008. Colman Domingo received an Obie Award in spring 2008 as part of the ensemble of Passing Strange Off-Broadway . Colman reprised his roles in the film version of Passing Strange directed by Spike Lee, which made its premiere at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009.

In 2010, Domingo's self-penned play "A Boy and His Soul" premiered Off-Broadway at the Vineyard Theater, for which he won GLAAD Award: Outstanding New York Theater: Broadway & Off-Broadway and a Lucille Lortel Award for Outstanding Solo Show. He was also nominated for a Drama Desk Award and a Drama League Award.

Domingo starred as Billy Flynn in Chicago, the longest running revival on Broadway (Playbill.com).

Colman also starred in final collaboration by Kander and Ebb, The Scottsboro Boys directed by Susan Stroman on Broadway in Fall 2010, and, for that role, he was nominated for the Tony Award for Best Performance by an Actor in a Featured Role in a Musical in May 2011.

Domingo was also nominated for the Fred Astaire Award for Best Principal Dancer on Broadway in 2011.

He starred on the second and third (final) seasons of Logo TV's The Big Gay Sketch Show, produced by Rosie O'Donnell; his best known character is his impression of Maya Angelou.

Colman can be seen in an upcoming series, produced & recorded at DuArt, created by J. Kyle Manzay, called, It's All Elementary.

Domingo has taught at the O'Neill National Theater Institute.

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