Dominic Scott Kay
One of Dominic's most memorable film experiences was Loverboy, directed by Kevin Bacon. At the young age of seven, Dominic was given the opportunity and challenge to carry the lead role as Kyra Sedgwick's son. He will next be seen in The Dukes, in which he plays Robert Davi's son.
Dominic's dream to become a director/writer came true last year when he shot his first short film, titled Saving Angelo, at the age of nine. Saving Angelo was based on Dominic's real-life experience of nursing a Boxer puppy to recovery, and stars Kevin Bacon, Eric Close, Dana Barron, and Julie Gonzalo. All proceeds from his film will go to Adopt-A-Star Greyhound Agency, Crusades For Animals, Malibu Pet Companions, and Katrina Animals. Saving Angelo is the first of many films that Dominic plans on directing and writing.
With a strong musical talent, Dominic is already an accomplished musician, adept at playing piano and drums. He sings at charity events, benefits and in church. Dominic writes his own music and lyrics and loves to play with his father, Scott Kay, who has been The Commodores' drummer for fifteen years. Scott Kay has scored three of his son's films, including Saving Angelo, They Call Him Sasquatch, starring Neal McDonough and Garry Marshall, and Guarding Eddy, which won the Indie Spirit Best Picture Award at the 2004 Boston Film Festival.
Passionate about animals, Dominic is the spokesperson for Adopt-A-Star Greyhound Rescue, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to preventing the unnecessary mistreatment and senseless killing of Greyhounds after they have retired from racing. He is accomplished in karate, and loves to bike, skateboard, surf and swim. He also plays soccer, baseball and basketball.
Dominic Scott Kay Facts
|May 6, 1996 (27)
|Los Angeles, California, USA
|The Little Engine That Could
|Lost & Found
|Love's Enduring Promise
|It's Complicated / Mamma Mia! The Movie / One True Thing / Prime 4-Movie Collection