Another independent film Keating appeared in was 2001's The Hollywood Sign. Star Trek: Generations actress Jacqueline Kim (Demora Sulu) co-starred in this film, and Whoopi Goldberg (Guinan) also made an appearance.
He was among several Trek actors who appeared in the 1999 independent film The Auteur Theory. Others who appeared in this film include Star Trek: Deep Space Nine star Armin Shimerman (Quark), Star Trek: Voyager star Garrett Wang (Harry Kim), and Paula Malcomson. The latter would go on to appear in ENT: "Silent Enemy, portraying Madeline Reed - the sister to Keating's Malcolm Reed.
He is the only child his parents ever had.
He was among several Trek actors who appeared in the 1999 independent film "The Auteur Theory".
He attended at Uppingham School.
His first stage performance was in primary school, playing a cripple in "The Ragged School".
His grandfather, a brigadier, was awarded an OBE from King George VI.
His father was Irish and his mother English.
To obtain his Equity card, he worked in a drag act called "Feeling Mutual".
He tried various jobs before deciding to be a professional actor.
He has also done voice work for various audio books.
In 1990, he appeared in two television commercial for Vidal Sassoon. His unusual pronunciation of the word "salon" in these commericals was ultimately parodied in a skit on NBC's Saturday Night Live.
He was awarded the Mobile Prize for his performance in "Amongst Barbarians" at the Royal Exchange in Manchester, which then transferred to the Hampstead Theatre in London.
He won an award for Best Actor on the Fringe for his role as Cosmo in "The Pitchfork Disney" at the Bush Theatre in London.
His stage credits include University productions of "Life Class" and "Rosencranz and Guildenstern are Dead."
He dubbed the part taken by English actor William Devlin in The Shuttered Room( 1967)
He starred in the movie Beowulf.
In 1997, Keating made his feature film debut in the Disney comedy Jungle 2 Jungle. Star Trek: The Next Generation guest actor David Ogden Stiers (Timicin) co-starred in this film.
He was participating in several University productions when he was at the University College in London.
He studied at the University College in London and earned a B.A. in History.
He supports the Save the Children organizations around the globe.
(2005) He maintains homes in both London and Los Angeles.
His height is 5' 9"(1.75 m).
Dominic once received an autographed picture of a fan while working on Star Trek: Enterprise. He hung it on his trailer wall.
(Speaking of Star Trek: Enterprise)
Dominic Keating: I'm disappointed. I would have done three more series probably - I would certainly have done two. We signed for seven, so we're three short of what we signed for. I loved going to work, to be honest, I really did. Lovely camaraderie and great crew and just regular employment with a nice cheque at the end of every 10 days. Can't beat it with a short stick.
(Speaking of the probability of a future Star Trek movie)
Dominic Keating: There is talk about a Star Fleet Academy movie, but I think they got burnt badly on Nemesis, all things considered.