Dominic Rye - HeadshotDominic graduated from The Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in 2015.

Whilst training at Central, he played Daniel in The Priory and Lord Darlington in Lady Windermere’s Fan. In his final year he was awarded the Sir Alec Guinness Memorial Award.

His professional stage debut was at Frinton Summer Season, where he appeared as Fred in Noël Coward’s Fallen Angels and Simon Chester in Yes, Prime Minister. At the end of the season he was awarded the Lynda Bellingham Memorial prize for Frinton debutants.

He has appeared in two Radio 4 plays: The Antiquary with Richard Wilson and David Tennant, broadcast in late Summer 2015, and Reserve Rope with Damien Lewis, broadcast in March 2016.

Over Christmas 2016 he took the helm of the Hispaniola as Captain Trelawny in The Birmingham Old Rep’s production of Treasure Island. 

As a Warwickshire lad himself Dominic is thrilled to be performing his first Shakespearian role here with the Oxford Shakespeare’s Company.

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