Dominic Billings is an Australian-Maltese actor, screenwriter and producer of film and TV.
Dominic has co-written and co-produced 3 feature films ('Jahasra!', '200 Grams' and 'Death of an Axolotl'), having starred in the latter two. 'Jahasra!' and 'Death of an Axolotl' were both funded via Channel 31 Melbourne by the Australian Government-financed Community Broadcasting Foundation, along with 'V', a 2013 four-part narrative series about women's empowerment co-written and co-produced by Dominic, based on the book 'Half the Sky' by Pulitzer Prize-winners and 'New York Times' husband-and-wife team Nick Kristof and Sheryl WuDunn.
Dominic has 50 hours live TV presenting experience, having co-hosted the second season of SYN Media's 'Get Cereal TV' on C31 in 2009, along with the Antenna Award-winning 'The Naughty Rude Show', a sex and relationships program produced by SYN Media which he also executive produced. Dominic also co-wrote, produced and starred in the sitcom 'Soup du Jour', another SYN production aired on C31 in 2010.