Facts of Colman Domingo
|Date of Birth :|
|Age :||49 years old|
|Family Name :||Domingo|
|Birth Place :||United States|
|Birth Sign :||scorpio|
|Height :||6 Feet 2 Inch|
|Birth Name||Colman Domingo|
|Birth Place/City||Philadelphia, Pennsylvania|
|Working For||Movies and TV shows|
|Net Worth||$2 million|
|Eye Color||Dark brown|
|Awards||Obie Award for Ensemble Performance|
|TV Show||Horace and Pete|
Colman Domingo is an American stage, film and television actor, play writer and director. He attended Temple University, where he majored in journalism. Soon thereafter he moved to San Francisco, California, where he started acting, mainly in theatre productions. Colman Domingo made his movie debut from 1995 movie Timepiece. He was nominated for a 2011 Antoinette Perry (Tony) Award for an Actor in a Featured Role for the musical, “The Scottsboro Boys” on Broadway in New York City.
Colman’s current relationship status is assumed to be single as he loves to keep as he loves to keep his personal life to himself. Domingo has always been concerned to keep his personal life secret and has never talked about his affair in the Medias. Though he his single, he has not been in a relationship with anyone and is not married yet. Therefore he does not have any children and cannot be divorced.
Early Life And Education Of Colman Domingo
Colman Domingo was born on 28 November 1969 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania to the family of Edith Bowles and Clarence Domingo. His birth sign is Sagittarius. He stands at a height of 6.16 feet (1.88m). He is American Nationality and belongs to black ethnic group.
He studied at Overbrook High School and majored in Journalism from Temple University.
He started showing interest in acting, mainly in theatre productions as soon as he moved to San Francisco, California.
Colman Domingo's Career
He starred in the world famous rock musical Passing Strange as Mr. Franklin Jones. It ran in The Public Theater in 2007 with its successful start, it ran on Broadway on 28 February 2008.
He reprised his role in the movie version of Passing Strange which premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in January 2009.
He performed as Billy Flynn in Chicago in 2010. Some of his recent stage performances include Blood Knot, Wild with Happy, The Scottsboro Boys, Guys and Dolls, and A Boy and His Soul.
He also performed in Horace and Pete, Timeless, Miles From Tomorrowland, American Dad!, and Bo Jack Horseman.
In 2017, he became the member of the Actors' Branch and joined Academy of Motion Pictures Arts and Sciences.
He joined the Director's Guild of America as a director of Episode 12 of Fear The Walking Dead Season 4 in 2018.
Colman Domingo's Awards And Honors
He won his first award in 1997. He was praised with Dean Goodman Choice Award for Blues for an Alabama Sky.
In 2006, he won prasied at Bay Area Critics Award Performance for Passing Strange. It was the same year he won Connecticut Critics Circle Award and Obie Award.
He grabbed Lucille Lortel Award in 2010 for Outstanding Solo Show named 'A Boy and His Soul'. In 2015, he won Black Reel Award for Best Ensemble -Selma.
Colman Domingo's Net Worth
Domingo has not revealed details about his net worth and salary.
Some estimates his net worth to be $5 million while some $20 million but none of them is authenticated.
Colman Domingo's Personal Life
Domingo is openly a gay. He first came out as a gay to his family members. During an interview, he thoroughly described about how his family reacted on his sexuality.
"I’ve been blessed with a loving family that has accepted me from the moment I came out, so I was always able to be myself, but there are a whole lot of gay men living in the shadows. I have some friends who are still dealing with that, and I think it’s a sad existence, but hopefully, people like you and me can be inspirations to these guys."
Further, he explained,
"My coming out enabled me and my family to open ourselves up, so I knew that had to be an important component of the show."
His family members welcomed him into the family.