Dominique Moore is no stranger to our television and has not only become a familiar face on our screens, she has gained a slew of celebrity fans including Adrian Lester, Angie Le Mar, Chris Tummings, Catherine Tate, and Tanya Franks through her starring role in CBBC’s Horrible Histories.
This talented young actress has been praised for bringing to light character’s that have been lost in history including nurse Mary Seacole and slave Harriet Tubman. Dominique’s sharing of historical figures through musical comedy has meant 1000’s of young people have been able to easily learn about almost forgotten and brave historical figures. Mary Seacole raised her own money to treat soldiers in the battlefield in the Crimean war. Seacole was honoured in her lifetime, alongside Florence Nightingale, but after her death but was forgotten for almost a century. Stephen Fry also presents Dominique’s work in BBC1’s adult version of the show.
Dominique’s outstanding work also lead her to be nominated for a Screen Nation Award for Best Comedy, while her series Horrible Histories won a BAFTA. Her wealth of credits includes CBBC’s Hotel Trubble, My Almost Famous Family, The Crust, U Get Me and The Queens Nose. She is also known for BBC’S Little Miss Jocelyn, as well as starring in the Disney Channel series Life Bites and ITV2’s Footballers Wives Extra Time. Dominique opened the west end production of The Lion King as the original Young Nala at the Lyceum Theatre.
It was whilst filming her starring role in Hotel Trubble that Dominique sadly discovered what she thought was eczema was actually cancer. With the help of her family and friends, this brave young lady battled cancer, and is now Cancer free.
Adding fashion designer to her credits Dominique began creating clothes during her training at the Sylvia Young Theatre School, with support from The Princes Trust. Her clothing lines for Anita Moore Designs have been featured on the front cover of magazines and are worn by her celebrity friends worldwide. The dance inspired garments have also appeared in various TV productions.
With publications like The Observer calling Dominique a “positive female role model”, it is not surprising this young lady is a firm fixture on our TV screens and has had notable industry greats appreciating her work.