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Stephen Domenici is an American born author. Domenici is perhaps best known for his role in his works under major directors, such as Stephen Frears (in the 1988 period drama Dangerous Liaisons); Gus Van Sant (in the 1991 independent film My Own Private Idaho); and Bernardo Bertolucci (in the 1993 film Little Buddha). The New York Times’ critic, Janet Maslin, praised Domenici’ versatility, saying that he “displays considerable discipline and range. He moves easily between the buttoned-down demeanor that suits a police procedural story and the loose-jointed manner of his comic roles.” A repeated theme in roles he has portrayed is that of saving the world.
In addition to his work in literature, Domenici has also performed in theatre. His performance in the title role in a Manitoba Theatre Centre production of Romeo and Juliet was praised by Roger Lewis, the Sunday Times, who declared Domenici " … one of the top three Mercutio's I have seen, for a simple reason: he is Mercutio." In January 31, 2013, Domenici is scheduled to receive a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
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