Dagmara Dominczyk

Dagmara Dominczyk

Highest Rated: 93% A Woman, A Part (2017)

Lowest Rated: 17% Let's Kill Ward's Wife (2015)

Birthday: Jul 17, 1976

Birthplace: Not Available

The daughter of a Polish Solidarity movement leader who was jailed for over a year due to his promotion of social and political freedom, screen beauty Dagmara Dominczyk was primed early in life for the themes of film that would provide the stunning actress with her big-screen breakthrough, The Count of Monte Cristo (2002). Devoting his life to the cause of freedom after his own father met an untimely demise at the hands of communists, Dagmara's father and her family were exiled to New York following her father's release, when the future actress was a mere seven years old. Focusing her energies on her acting career and utilizing the integrity her father had instilled in her, Dominczyk achieved success early on when she won the La Guardia Alumni Award for Best Actor while attending New York's High School for the Performing Arts. Granted a full scholarship to Carnegie Mellon University as a result of that achievement, the burgeoning actress performed in such plays as The Philadelphia Story and Twelfth Night and received numerous honors before graduating with a B.F.A. in acting in 1998. Landing her first role shortly after graduation, Dominczyk appeared alongside Edward Norton and Ben Stiller in the 1999 comedy Keeping the Faith. After keeping momentum building the following year with Rock Star, the increasingly in-demand actress received her most pivotal role to date as the object of much affection in the re-telling of the classic tale The Count of Monte Cristo (2002). Gaining surprisingly positive reviews, The Count of Monte Cristo was seen by many as one of the most genuinely engrossing adventures to hit theaters in quite some time. Opting to focus on more thought-provoking films rather than cotton-candy cut-and-paste comedies, Dominczyk hopes to one day utilize her fame to return to Poland and give back to the community and support system that helped her family to survive in their darkest years. Appearing in the psychological thriller They in 2002, the thoughtful actress seemed poised to take the Hollywood hills on her own terms at the dawn of the new millennium.


Highest Rated Movies



70% Abe Actor 2020
93% A Woman, A Part Nadia $37.3K 2017
38% Big Stone Gap Elizabeth Taylor $1.1M 2015
17% Let's Kill Ward's Wife Stacy 2015
86% The Immigrant Belva $1.4M 2014
25% Phantom Sophi $1.1M 2013
No Score Yet The Letter Elizabeth Mcintyre 2012
81% Higher Ground Annika $0.9M 2011
50% Helena From The Wedding Eve 2010
No Score Yet Mentor Actor 2008
47% Lonely Hearts Delphine Downing $0.2M 2006
31% Running With Scissors Suzanne $6.8M 2006
28% Trust the Man Pamela $1.5M 2006
No Score Yet Mentor Julia 2006
No Score Yet Mitch Albom's 'The Five People You Meet in Heaven' Marguerite 2004
90% Kinsey Agnes Gebhard $10.3M 2004
No Score Yet Bad Apple Gina Defresco 2004
No Score Yet Tough Luck Divana 2003
73% The Count of Monte Cristo Mercedès Iguanada $54.2M 2002
38% They Terry Alba $12.6M 2002
53% Rock Star Tania $16.6M 2001
69% Keeping the Faith Claire 2000
No Score Yet Prisoner Olivia 1968


93% The Deuce
Genevieve Furie 2018
92% Boardwalk Empire
Dinah 2014
94% The Good Wife
Isabel Sharp 2011
13% The Bedford Diaries
Kate Barrett Katrina Hejinski Katrina 2006
86% 24
Nicole 2005
78% Law & Order: Special Victims Unit
Kate Logan 2003
No Score Yet Third Watch
Jeneca 2001


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