Dominic's first TV appearance was an interview on Breakfast Time asking him about his stage appearance in Billy Bunter. He was ten years old.
Dominic is a patron of The International Myeloma Foundation.
The BBC received complaints for Dominic wearing a T-shirt with an ambiguous slogan on it ("Morning Wood") during a Children's TV programme.
In 2006, Dominic had two cats: Martin and Boo.
Along with TV partner Richard McCourt, Dominic presents a regular show on BBC Radio 1 on Sundays.
Some of Dominic's magic-related achievements include:
* Escaping from a straitjacket Houdini's birthday, 24 March 1999.
* British Magical Champion 1998
* IBM Shield for Sleight of Hand 1996
* Young Magician of the Year 1995
During the BBC TV Show Record Breakers, Dominic achieved the World Record for the most amount of card tricks performed in one minute
In 2004 Dominic published his first novel, for children, called Dominic and the Magic Topper. He also reads the book in an audio version.
Dom ran the Great North Run in 2007. He completed it in 1 hour 46 minutes. He did it to raise money for Myeloma UK, the charity that helped his wife's family when her father was ill with Myeloma.
Dom is 5'4" tall.
(talking in 2005 about his partnership with Richard McCourt, and where it will go)
Dominic: We've both been working in TV for almost 10 years now. It's a fickle industry. They love you when you're up and when you're not they kick you in the teeth. So we don't plan to be doing this for ever.
(on why the "Ask the Family" revival failed))
Dominic: ... a good experience but we'd like to be honest - it was absolutely shoddy, it was the biggest load of tat that we've ever, ever done. We had the wrong production team at the BBC. It shouldn't have been called Ask The Family. It was just an awful programme.
(on the popularity of "Dick and Dom in da Bungalow")
Dominic: Dads like us, students like us, the kids obviously like us ... it's only mums that don't tend to get it, and try to stop kids watching it. They think its too loud, and too naughty.
(on why he likes to be in a double-act)
Dominic: It's better with (Richard), because there is always someone to blame if something goes wrong.