Domino Harvey was an American bounty hunter, who served as the inspiration for the acclaimed Hollywood film ‘Domino’. Born to a popular British actor Laurence Harvey and his girlfriend at that time, model Paulene Stone, Domino was the only child of her parents. Her father passed away in 1973 and Domino was enrolled into a British boarding school, while her mother left for the USA. Following her high school graduation, Domino walked on her mother’s footsteps and tried her hand at modelling and acting, but she did not found those professions exciting enough. She later tried her hand at DJ, printing and designing and selling t-shirts, and fire-fighting. After she failed in all of her ventures, she took training to become a bounty hunter and in her early 1990s she began her career. She mostly operated in and around California and became a very popular female bounty hunter. Her popularity attracted filmmaker Tony Scott, who befriended her and purchased rights to make a film on her life, which was released in 2005, titled ‘Domino’. Domino suffered from drug and alcohol addiction and passed away in June 2005 after overdosing on a painkiller.