Hi and welcome to my website! My name is Ron Domingo and I was born and raised in New York City. I grew up mostly in Staten Island, went to Xavier High School in the city and then to Boston College, where I fell in love with the theater. I went on to study at the Stella Adler Conservatory of Acting and with Robert X. Modica at Carnegie Hall Studios.


I've been really lucky to have worked in Theater, TV and Film for several years. Some of my favorite theater jobs were with two great BIPOC companies: Ma-Yi Theater Company & National Asian-American Theater Company. Also had a great time working with Manhattan Theater Club, Page 73, New Georges and the Cleveland Playhouse. Absolutely love working outside of the country whenever I get the chance and was fortunate enough to work on this great show, Paper Dolls, at the former Tricycle Theater in London, and also in the Philippines with Ma-Yi performing The Romance of Magno Rubio. Was really proud to receive an OBIE award for originating the role of Prudencio in the original Off-Broadway production of that play.


Some favorite TV jobs were working on Madame Secretary, The Americans and Pan Am.  As for film, my most memorable film role was when Steve Mallorca cast me in the role of Jojo in Slow Jam King. Man Oh Man, guerilla film making is fun! As a filmmaker I graduated from The Third World Newsreel Production Workshop, a unique “hands-on” media production training program that provides practical skills and resources for emerging filmmakers. I went on to make a handful of short films that were accepted at several festivals across the country. Our latest homemade film, Sophocles in Staten Island, was truly a labor of love. This project brought together some good old friends who just wanted a creative outlet and we had a blast working together.

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Photo: Nancy Bulalacao

Winner of the Obie Award