Dominique Provost-Chalkley Wiki Bio
Dominique was born in Bristol, England, on 24 March 1990 – their zodiac sign’s Aries, and they hold both Canadian and British nationality. Dominique was born a girl but in 2021 came out as non-binary and gender fluid, wanting to be referred to with the pronouns they/them; a year earlier, they stated that they was a queer woman.
They’re an actor and singer, with close to 20 acting credits to their name, while they’re perhaps known best for their portrayal of Zrinka in the critically acclaimed 2015 action science fiction adventure movie “Avengers: Age of Ultron”, written and directed by Joss Whedon, and which starred Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans and Mark Ruffalo. It follows Bruce Banner and Tony Stark who’ve launched the peacekeeping program Ultron, but now that things have gone awry, they have to prevent Ultron from destroying the world; the movie won eight of the 59 awards for which it was nominated.
Early life and education
Dominique was raised in Bristol by their British father Christopher Chalkley, who’s the founder of the People’s Republic of Stokes Croft, as well as an artist and manager, and their Canadian mother Danielle Provost who’s a housewife. Because they haven’t spoken of having any siblings, most of Dominique’s fans believe them to be an only child.
They became interested in dancing at the age of four, and began taking classes in 1995. Dominique only became interested in acting upon enrolling at a local high school, and was 16 when they began practicing both singing and acting at the Laine Theatre Arts School.
Upon matriculating in 2008, they chose not to pursue a college degree, but to work on their way up in the film industry.
Roles in TV series
Dominique made their debut TV series appearance in 2008, when cast to play Dancer in nine episodes of the drama “Britannia High”; it starred Sapphire Elia, Georgian Hagen and Rana Roy, and follows a group of students who are attending the London school Britannia High, and are struggling to succeed in the music industry.
The year 2012 saw Dominique play Jenny in the episode “Boyband” of the comedy “The Midnight Beast”, and in 2016, they played Elizabeth Atherly in the episodes “Great Balls of Fire: Parts 1 and 2” of the critically acclaimed crime drama “Murdoch Mysteries”. It was created by Maureen Jennings and Cal Coons, today stars Yannick Bisson, Helene Joy and Thomas Craig, is set around 1900, follows William Murdoch as he’s solving crimes; the series has been airing since 2008 and has won 12 of the 109 awards for which it’s been nominated.
Dominique’s since appeared in only two TV series: as Arianna in the 2017 episode “Mother” of the hit adventure mystery drama “12 Monkeys”, and 49 episodes of the action fantasy drama “Wynonna Earp”, in which they starred alongside Tim Rozon and Melanie Scrofano from 2016 to 2021. They are currently shooting for the upcoming series “The No Hopers”.
Roles in movies
Dominique made their debut film appearance in the 2012 horror thriller “The Seasoning House”, written and directed by Paul Hyett, and which starred Rosie Day, Sean Pertwee and Kevin Howarth. It tells the story of a deaf girl who’s been sold to a brothel deep in the woods, to work as a caretaker; the movie won three of the four awards for which it was nominated.
A couple of Dominique’s following roles were in the 2016 short drama “Cannonball”, the 2017 drama “Beautiful Devils”, and the 2017 horror thriller “Neverknock”.
They played Elle in the 2017 romantic horror comedy “The Carmilla Movie”, directed by Spencer Maybee, and which starred Elise Bauman, Natasha Negovanlis and Annie Briggs. It follows Laura and Carmilla who prevented an apocalypse five years earlier, when Carmilla also turned from a vampire to a mortal human, while she’s now begun to show signs of re-vamping.
Three of Dominique’s most recent roles have been in the 2018 short horror comedy “Eat Jeremy”, the 2019 romantic comedy “Season of Love” (lead role), and the 2020 drama “Like a House on Fire”.
Dominique sang the song “Girls Are Like Guns” in the 2017 episode “She Ain’t Right” of the series “Wynonna Earp”, they sang “Lift Your Spirit Up” in the 2019 movie “Season of Love”, and three songs in the 2021 film “Christmas at the Ranch”.
Awards and nominations
Dominique won a 2019 Canadian Screen Cogeco Fund Audience Choice Award, for their performance in “Wynonna Earp”.
They were also nominated for a 2017 Buffalo Dreams Fantastic Film Festival Prize for Best Actress, and a 2018 World Music and Independent Film Festival Award for Best Actress in a Feature Film, both for their performance in “Buckout Road”.
Love life and boyfriend
Dominique prefers to keep the details of their love life away from the media’s attention, but there are still two men whom they’ve been with that the public knows about; Dominique’s explained that they’re attracted to both women and men.
In 2012, they dated British singer and actor Max Milner, who has two acting credits, and is known for his portrayal of Razzle in the 2019 biographical comedy movie “The Dirt”, which follows the rise of the American heavy metal band Mötley Crüe.
In 2013, Dominique dated non-celebrity American man known only as Lego Champ; they were together for only a couple of months.
They haven’t spoken of any other men or women whom they’ve perhaps been with, so as of August 2022, Dominique seems to be single, hasn’t married and doesn’t have children.
Hobbies and other interests
Dominique’s quite active on Instagram and is today followed by more than 300,000 people, while they’ve uploaded over 1,000 pictures onto the network, the majority of which have been taken during their everyday life.
They’re passionate about travelling, and have been to various European countries and US states for both work and pleasure, while their dream travel destination’s India.
They’re an avid guitar player, while they can also play the piano and drums.
Dominique’s a lover of animals, and has donated money to a couple of animal shelters.
They have their own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Julia Roberts, Anne Hathaway and Matt Damon, while a couple of their favorite movies include “The Runaway Bride”, “Les Miserables” and “Good Will Hunting”.
Dominique’s suffering from Raynaud syndrome, which means that there’s sometimes reduced blood flow to the end of their arterioles, which then causes their fingers, toes and rarely nose and ears to turn white, and then blue.
They’re also dyslexic.
Age, height and net worth
Dominique’s age is 32. They have long brown hair and brown eyes, their height is 5ft 3ins (1.6m) and they weigh around 110lbs (50kgs).
As of August 2022, their net worth’s been estimated at over $500,000.