Bio

Dominic Comperatore began his acting career in New York performing with an array of off and “way the hell off” Broadway theaters, eventually landing a role in the Tony Award-winning revival of A VIEW FROM THE BRIDGE on Broadway. Thereafter, he began pursuing film and television work in Los Angeles. For director Steven Soderbergh’s WWII drama, THE GOOD GERMAN, he shed 25lbs to portray a holocaust survivor opposite George Clooney. He has performed leading roles several distinguished independent films, including ROOM 32 (Best Actor Nomination, Method Fest), HEADS AND TAILS (Audience Award runner-up, HBO Comedy Arts Fest), EVERYTHING FOR A REASON (Perry Ellis Honoree – Acting, Houston Intl Film Festival), SIGNAL (Official Best of Fest) and NEVER, NEVER TALK TO STRANGERS (Official Best of Fest), among others. On television, he has made guest appearances on a number of top-rated television shows including ORANGE IS THE NEW BLACK, THE GOOD WIFE, BLUE BLOODS, 24, THE SHIELD, ALIAS, BOSTON LEGAL, CSI MIAMI, ER and HBO’s ENTOURAGE. His voiceover work includes work for Woody Allen and Bill Condon. He made his debut as a motion capture artist in Grand Theft Auto V, which grossed $1 billion in it’s first three days of release. He continues to pursue an active life in the theater, most recently in the Drama Desk-nominated Off Broadway revival of Neil Simon’s LOST IN YONKERS.