Dominic Sena

Dominic Sena

Highest Rated: 58% Kalifornia (1993)

Lowest Rated: 7% Whiteout (2009)

Birthday: Apr 26, 1949

Birthplace: Niles, Ohio, USA

A director who has worked extensively in television commercials and music video, Dominic Sena made his entry into feature film directing with the much-discussed, brutally violent feature "Kalifornia" (1993), and then virtually disappeared from film until he helmed the 2000 remake of the car chase cult classic "Gone in 60 Seconds." Starting out as a cameraman, counting among his earliest projects director H.B. Halicki's "The Junkman" (1982), Sena moved into directing in 1985 and began a fruitful and exceptionally creative career as a music video and commercial director for Propaganda Films. His commercial clients included such big names as Nike, IBM and Apple Computers, and he became known for creating visually arresting and memorable spots that captured the audience's attention and earned critical acclaim.




11% 30% Season of the Witch Director $24.8M 2011
7% 21% Whiteout Director $10.3M 2009
25% 59% Swordfish Director $69.8M 2001
25% 77% Gone in Sixty Seconds Director $101.6M 2000
58% 64% Kalifornia Director $1.8M 1993