Dominique Swain Biography

(Actress)

Birthday: August 12, 1980 (Leo)

Born In: Malibu, California

Dominique Swain is an American actress best known for appearing as the title character in the movie adaptation of Vladimir Nabokov's famous novel ‘Lolita’ and as Jamie Archer in the flick ‘Face/Off’. She has also appeared in a number of other films and short films, such as 'The Smokers', 'Mean People Suck', 'New Best Friend', 'Out of Season', 'Dead Mary', 'Road to Nowhere', 'No Deposit', 'Widows', 'Tart' and 'The Pacific and Eddy'. The actress has starred in several TV movies and shows as well, the popular ones being 'Ghost Whisperer', 'Totally Awesome', 'Sharkansas Women's Prison Massacre' and 'The Wrong Roommate'. She has also appeared in music videos for popular artistes like Moby and Shawn Mullins. Talking about Swain’s awards and achievements, she once won a Young Artist Award under the category ‘Best Performance in a TV Movie / Pilot / Mini-Series: Leading Young Actress’ for ‘Lolita.’ Her performance in ‘The Pacific and Eddy’ fetched her the ‘Best Actress’ Award at the Silver Lake Film Festival.
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Quick Facts

Boyfriend: Charlie Bambrook, Christopher Masterson, Dean Paraskevopoulous, Justin Strock (ex-boyfriends)

Age: 43 Years, 43 Year Old Females

Family:

father: David Swain, Sr.

mother: Cindy Fitzgerald

siblings: Alexis Swain, Chelse Swain

Partner: Andrew Bennett (ex-fiancee)

Actresses American Women

Height: 5'6" (168 cm), 5'6" Females

U.S. State: California

More Facts

education: Malibu High School

Career
Dominique Swain first appeared as Jamie Archer and Dolores 'Lolita' Haze in the 1997 movies ‘Face/Off’ and ‘Lolita’ respectively. She then did the films and short films ‘The Smokers’, ‘Happy Campers’, ‘Mean People Suck’ and ‘Tart’. In 2002, the actress had roles in the movies ‘Dead in the Water’ and ‘New Best Friend’. A year later, she did the flick ‘The Job’. She was then cast in the short film ‘The Locrian Mode’ in 2005. The same year, Swain appeared in an episode of ‘JAG’.
During 2006 and 2007, she got featured in the movies ‘Alpha Dog’, ‘Dead Mary’ and ‘Fall Down Dead’ as well as in the TV shows ‘Ghost Whisperer’ and ‘Punk'd’. Then in 2008, the American beauty acted in a handful of films and short films, such as ‘Stiletto’, ‘Prairie Fever’, ‘Noble Things’ and ‘Capers’. Two years later, she acted in the flicks ‘Toxic’ and ‘Road to Nowhere’. Soon after this, she played roles in the movies ‘Nazis at the Center of the Earth’ and ‘Blue Dream’.
From 2014 to 2016, Swain worked in several movies as well as short films including ‘Rock Story’, ‘Fatal Instinct’, ‘Boudoir’, ‘6 Ways to Die’, ‘No Deposit’, ‘The Lost Girls’, ‘A Horse Trail’, ‘Embers’, ‘State of Desolation’, ‘Widows’ and ‘Hate Horses’. During this time, she also appeared in the television movies ‘Fatal Flip’, ‘Sharkansas Women's Prison Massacre’ and ‘The Wrong Roommate’.
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Personal Life
Dominique Swain was born on August 12, 1980 in Malibu, California, United States to David Swain, Sr., and Cindy. She has two sisters named Chelsea and Alexis. She also has a stepbrother as well as a stepsister from her father’s previous marriage. She studied at Malibu High School. Her parents are now separated.
Swain has a long list of failed love affairs. She has been involved with Christopher Masterson, Charlie Bambrook, Dean Paraskevopoulous, and Justin Strock at different times in her life. She was also engaged to Andrew Bennett in 2008. However, the couple called off their engagement later.

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