Dominique has the distinction of playing the first African-American villainess on daytime television, as "Virginia" on Sunset Beach.
Dominique says that if she wasn't an actress she would most likely be in the music industry, but not as a musician.
Dominique is a skilled dancer, trained in ballet, jazz, modern, and street.
Dominique sold her first painting when she was 7 years old, as a guest artist at one of her father's shows. The oil painting, which sold for $15, was an abstract.
Dominique's theater credits include:
- Mama Said
- Culture Shock
- Greased Fried
- Out Here On My Own
Dominique is represented professionally by Arlene Thornton Agency in California.
Dominique is the daughter of renownded artist Richard "Prophet" Jennings, who passed away in December 2005.
Dominique was originally hired to appear on Sunset Beach for 10 days, but after her first day on the set, producers offered her a 3 year contract.
At the age of 7, Dominique appeared in an issue of Jet magazine with her father. They were in the "Picture of the Week" segment.
Dominique's friends have nicknamed her the "Commercial Queen" because she appeared in so many. She has appeared in television advertisements for Lipton Iced Tea, milk, and Listerine.
In 2005 Dominique played the part of "Alexa" in the video game 50 Cent: Bulletproof.
Dominique: (on her birthplace, Sweden) I remember some things about it, like an amusement park I used to go to, and that it was always light out when I went to bed. And, oh yes, I remember it could get a little chilly
Dominique: Laughter is next to heaven. The key to my heart is making me laugh... but the things I find funny are not usually what everyone else thinks are funny.
Dominique: My mother was killed when I was very young. My dad took it upon himself and said, 'I'm going to raise her. 'You don't hear a lot of stories about a single father raising a daughter, and I think he did a great job. I didn't realize until later in life how hard it must have been for him.
Dominique: I was surrounded by artists, actors, musicians. When I was very young, I was surrounded by jazz musicians. Even now I fall asleep when I listen to jazz. It's really relaxing. I've gone to hear Dad's friends, and I've actually, as an adult, been asleep in the front row.