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• Michael Constantine is an American actor best known for his role in “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” (2002).
• He was raised by Greek immigrant parents and became interested in acting while in high school.
• He has appeared in over 180 movies and TV series, including “The Last Mile” (1959), “The Hustler” (1961), “Island of Love” (1963), “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” (2016), “My Favorite Martian” (1965), “Room 222” (1969-1974), “Sirota’s Court” (1976-1977), “79 Park Avenue” (1977), “Roots: The Next Generations” (1979), “Quincy, M.E.” (1979-1983), “My Big Fat Greek Life” (2003), and “Cold Case” (2007).
• He has been married twice and has two children.
• As of September 2020, his net worth is estimated at over $1.5 million.

Who is actor Michael Constantine?

Michael Constantine was born as Gus Efstratiou – some sources claim he was born as Constantine Ioanides – in Reading, Pennsylvania USA, on 22 May 1927; his zodiac sign is Gemini and he holds American nationality. He is an actor who is perhaps still best known for having portrayed one of the lead characters Kostas ‘Gus’ Portokalos in the critically acclaimed romantic comedy movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding” in 2002, written by Nia Vardalos who also starred in the film alongside John Corbett – the story follows a young Greek woman who is marrying a non-Greek man, and is organizing a big Greek wedding to please her parents.

The film was a huge hit as it won 20 awards and was nominated for 28 others, and for his performance, Michael was jointly nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture, and also a Teen Choice Award for Choice Movie Hissy Fit, while he won a Satellite Award for Best Supporting Actor – Motion Picture.

Early life, family and education

Michael was raised an only child in a family of Greek immigrants. His father Theoharis Ioannides was a steel worker, while his mother Andromache Efstratiou was a housewife – note their names, hence the confusion over Michael’s name.

He became interested in acting while still attending a local high school, but as his parents were rather poor, he had no meanings of enrolling at an acting school and work on his skills.

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Upon matriculation in 1945, he found a job to financially support himself, while gathering money for his acting classes – he eventually started training, and became popular when he a

ppeared in his first Broadway play – “Inherit the Wind” – in 1955. The play became a huge hit worldwide, and was performed 806 times before closing on 22 June 1957. After this initial success, he went on to appear in several other plays, such as “Conklin, “Compulsion” and “The Miracle Worker”.

Roles in movies

Michael has been credited with roughly 180 appearances in movies and TV series, and we are about to mention some of his most notable performances in this article.

One of his first notable roles was in the 1959 drama movie “The Last Mile”, which starred Mickey Rooney – the film is a remake of the eponymous movie released in 1932.

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Two years later, Michael starred in Robert Rossen’s drama “The Hustler”, and was then invited to portray the supporting character Andy in the comedy “Island of Love”, which follows a con man who hires a writer to write a screenplay for him, which he will then sell to a rich man. The year 1964 saw him play supporting roles in both the comedy “Quick, Before it Melts” and the volume of short biographies “Profiles in Courage”. A few of his following roles were in the epic drama “Hawaii” in 1966, the comedy “Skidoo” in 1968, and the drama “Justine” in 1969.

In 1975, Michael appeared as Jess Wingate in the science fiction drama “The Night That Panicked America” while the following year saw him star as Luis Clasing in the war drama “Voyage of the Damned”.

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In 1978, he was Harry Bergen in the romantic war drama “Summer of My German Soldier”, based on the eponymous novel written by Bette Greene, and in the same year he played Yashir in the two-part film “The Pirate”, which was based on the novel written by Harold Robbins.

In 1983, Michael was praised for his portrayal of Talaat Pasha in the drama movie “The Forty Days of Musa Dagh”, based on the eponymous novel by Alex Hakobian which follows the Armenian Genocide at Musa Dagh – Michael’s character Talaat Pasha was one of the three Pashas who ruled the Ottoman Empire during the First World War. He then appeared as one of the lead characters, Newman in the martial arts action movie “Pray for Death”, which also starred Sho Kosugi and James Booth, and a few of his following roles were in the comedy “In the Mood” in 1987, the American-Canadian fantasy drama “Prancer” in 1989, and the drama “My Life” in 1993.

Three of Michael’s final roles in movies before his  retirement from acting were in the 1996 legal thriller “The Juror”, which starred Demi Moore and Alec Baldwin, the body horror “Thinner” in the same year, and the romantic comedy “My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2” in 2016.

Roles in TV series

Michael’s first notable performance in a series was in the science fiction “My Favorite Martian” in 1965, and from that he appeared in single episodes of over 20 series, such as the crime drama “Target: The Corruptors!” in 1961, the drama “Channing” in 1963. and the medical drama “The Eleventh Hour” in 1964, before being cast to guest star in three episodes of the crime drama “The Fugitive”, which was very popular in the USA.

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His next notable role was in the secret-agent adventure series “I Spy” in 1966, and from 1969 to 1974, he portrayed the supporting character Seymour Kaufman in the comedy drama “Room 222”, and for his performance Michael won a Primetime Emmy for Outstanding Performance by an Actor in a Supporting Role in Comedy, and was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting actor – Television.

Michael continued to guest star in single episodes of many series, before he was invited to play one of the lead characters in the sitcom “Sirota’s Court”, which aired from 1 December 1976 to 13 April 1977 on NBC, and for his performance was nominated for a Golden Globe Award for Best Actor in a Television Series – Comedy or Musical.

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The year 1977 saw him appear in the mini-series “79 Park Avenue”, which starred Lesley Ann Warren, David Dukes and Polly Bergen, and is about a teenage girl living in New York in the ‘30s, who starts working as a prostitute, and in 1979 Michael starred in the mini-series “Roots: The Next Generations”, which was based on the final seven chapters of the novel “Roots: The Saga of an American Family” written by Alex Haley.

Between 1979 and 1983, Michael guest starred in four episodes of the mystery medical drama “Quincy, M. E.”, and then returned to appearing in single episodes of many series, such as the action adventure “The Fall Guy” in 1983, the action military drama “Airwolf” in 1985 and the critically acclaimed crime drama “Magnum, P. I.” in 1986.

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The following 17 years saw Michael appear in numerous series and his first notable performance was in 2003 when he appeared in seven episodes of the sitcom “My Big Fat Greek Life”, which was closely based on the movie “My Big Fat Greek Wedding”.

Two of Michael’s final roles in TV series before retiring from acting were in the episode “Boy Crazy” of the crime mystery drama “Cold Case” in 2007, and a single episode of the talk-show “The Crossroads with Martin Anthony” in 2009.

Love life and wife

Michael met his first wife Julianna McCarthy, an American actress, years before he made his Broadway debut, and on 5 October 1953 the two married in a private ceremony attended by their closest friends and family – Julianna might be known to many as the Matriarch Liz Foster from the soap opera “The Young and the Restless”, which aired from 1973 to 1986.

She gave birth to their two children, Thea and Brendan Constantine before Julianna and Michael divorced in 1972.

Two years later on 29 September 1974, Michael married board certified pediatrician Kathleen Patricia Christopherson, and they were together for nearly six years before their divorce was finalized on 15 August 1980.

Michael has been keeping the details of his love life hidden from the media’s attention since his second divorce, and as of September 2020, he is single, was married twice and has two children.

Hobbies and other interests

Michael has been interested in learning languages ever since he launched his acting career, and being able to speak in Italian, Russian and French has helped him win many roles in both movies and TV series.

He was more or less physically active during his 20s and 30s as he occasionally played soccer with his friends and colleagues, but preferred to play board games such as chess and checkers, however, he rarely found players to play against, as he was very good.

He spent most of his career travelling around the US while shooting for his movies and TV series, and travelling eventually became a hobby of his – he also roamed around Europe, visiting countries such as Yugoslavia (broken apart in 1992), Germany and France.

Michael has his own favorite actors and actresses, some of whom are Humphrey Bogart, Cary Grant and Whoopi Goldberg, while some of his favorite movies are “Casablanca”, “Ghost” and “Anatomy of a Murder”.

Net worth

Michael’s age is 93. He has short brown hair and brown eyes, his height is 6ft 1ins (1.87m) and he weighs around 185lbs (83kgs).

As of September 2020, his net worth has been estimated at over $1.5 million.

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What is Joseph Fiennes doing now? Siblings, Wife, Net Worth

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Who is Joseph Fiennes?

Joseph is an English actor, perhaps still best known for his role as William Shakespeare in the film “Shakespeare in Love” (1998), and has appeared in several other films and TV shows throughout his career.

Joseph Fiennes Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Joseph Alberic Twisleton-Wykeham-Fiennes was born on 27 May 1970, in Salisbury, Wiltshire, England. His parents were Mark Fiennes, a photographer, and Jennifer Lash, a writer, and is the younger brother of fellow actor Ralph Fiennes, so comes from a family of artists and actors, other siblings being directors Martha Fiennes and Sophie Fiennes, composer Magnus, and Jacob, Joseph’s twin brother, and a conservationist.

Joseph went to an art school in Suffolk and joined the Young Vic Youth Theatre. Moreover, he trained for three years at London’s Guildhall School of Music and Drama, from which he graduated in 1993.

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Career Beginnings

Before making his on-screen debut, Joseph worked in theater, appearing in the play “The Woman in Black” at Fortune Theatre London in 1993, followed by the play “A Month in the Country” in the following year.

In 1995 he made his on-screen debut as Willy in the television film “The Vacillations of Poppy Carew”, based on the novel by Mary Wesley. Fiennes, co-starring alongside Tara Fitzgerald, Ewan McGregor and Gemma Jones in the  romantic comedy that follows the story of Poppy, a young woman who needs to organize a funeral by herself, and learns all about love in the process,

Early Success

The following year, Joseph played the role of Christopher Fox in the 1996 drama film “Stealing Beauty”. The movie follows a young American woman, Lucy, who travels to a remote Tuscan villa and becomes romantically involved with Joseph’s character, co-starring Liv Tyler, and directed by Bernardo Bertolucci.

Fiennes had two prominent roles in 1998. In the historical drama film “Elizabeth” he played the role of Robert Dudley, Earl of Leicester, who was a close friend and rumored lover of Queen Elizabeth I, played by Cate Blanchett.

In the romantic comedy “Shakespeare in Love”, Fiennes portrayed the iconic playwright William Shakespeare. The film imagines a fictional love affair between Shakespeare and a wealthy merchant’s daughter named Viola de Lesseps, played by Gwyneth Paltrow, while he was writing his famous play “Romeo and Juliet”. The movie was a critical and commercial success, and earned Fiennes an Academy Award nomination for Best Actor.

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He continued successfully into the 2000s. In the 2001 war film “Enemy at the Gates” Joseph Fiennes played the role of Commisar Danilov, a Russian political officer during the Battle of Stalingrad. The movie is based on the true story of a Russian sniper named Vasily Zaytsev, played by Jude Law, who becomes a hero of the Soviet Union for his feats on the battlefield. Danilov is Zaytsev’s friend and superior, who helps him rise to fame and also falls in love with a female sniper named Tania, played by Rachel Weisz. The film was directed by Jean-Jacques Annaud and also starred Ed Harris and Bob Hoskins.

Then in 2002, Joseph played the role of Adam Tallis, a successful and charming mountaineer in the erotic thriller film “Killing Me Softly: directed by Chen Kaige and co-starring Natascha McElhone and Ulrich Thomsen.

In 2003, he was Martin Luther in the biographical film “Luther”,\ which explores Luther’s life and struggles against the backdrop of religious conflict and political upheaval in Europe during the Renaissance era. The film was directed by Eric Till, and also starred Alfred Molina, Jonathan Firth, and Claire Cox.

Continued Success

From 2004 to 2010, Joseph portrayed several notable characters, including Bassanio in the romantic drama film “The Merchant of Venice” based on the play by William Shakespeare, co-starring Al Pacino and Lynn Collins and directed by Michael Radford. Then in 2007, he starred with Dennis Haysbert and Diane Kruger in the biographical historical-drama film “Goodbye Bafana”, based on the true story of James Gregory, a white South African prison guard who initially held racist views and later became a friend and ally of Nelson Mandela during his imprisonment. The movie explores Gregory’s transformation, and how his interactions with Mandela challenged his beliefs and prejudices.

In 2009, he starred in the award-winning drama film “Against the Current” as a man struggling with a tragic past who embarks on a personal journey to swim the entire length of the Hudson River. Along the way, he enlists the help of two friends, played by Justin Kirk and Elizabeth Reaser, who provide support and companionship as he confronts his inner demons and seeks redemption. The film was directed by Peter Callahan and co-starred Michelle Trachtenberg and Mary Tyler Moore.

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In the 2011 television series “Camelot” Joseph played the role of Merlin, the legendary wizard who mentors and guides the young King Arthur, played by Jamie Campbell Bower, as he rises to power and confronts the challenges of ruling a kingdom in turmoil. The show aired for 10 episodes, and also starred Eva Green and Tamsin Egerton.

From 2012 to 2013, Joseph Fiennes appeared in the second season of the television series “American Horror Story: Asylum”, as Monsignor Timothy Howard, a Catholic priest who becomes embroiled in the sinister and supernatural events that unfold at the Briarcliff Mental Institution. The season ran for 10 episodes, and also starred Jessica Lange, Zachary Quinto and Sarah Paulson.

After a few low-rated films, such as “Hercules” and Risen”, Joseph returned to television. He played the role of Commander Fred Waterford in the critically acclaimed dystopian drama series “The Handmaid’s Tale” from 2017 to 2021. Based on the novel by Margaret Atwood, it’s set in a totalitarian society called Gilead, where women are forced into sexual servitude and reproductive slavery. Fiennes’ character, Commander Waterford, is a high-ranking official in the Gilead regime, and one of the architects of the oppressive system that subjugates women.

His character has his own handmaiden, played by Elisabeth Moss, and a wife, played by Yvonne Strahovski. Over the course of 36 episodes, Fiennes’ character goes through many major plot arcs and storylines, including his relationship with Offred and his attempts to have a child with her, his involvement in the underground resistance movement, his arrest and subsequent imprisonment, and his eventual release and attempts to regain power in the Gilead regime.

What is Joseph Fiennes doing now?

Joseph is working on several projects at the moment, including the action thriller film “The Mother”, which will star Jennifer Lopez. The film will release later in 2023, and is currently in post-production.

Theater Career

In additional to his extensive on-screen work, Joseph has appeared in a number of plays. Some of the most notable include “Othello” (2002), “Love’s Labour’s Lost” (2003), then “2,000 Feet Away” (2008), and “Cyrano de Bergerac” (2009), among several others.

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Net Worth

According to authoritative sources, Joseph Fiennes’s net worth is estimated at $10 million, as of mid-2023.

Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Children

Joseph Fiennes has been married to Swiss model Maria Dolores Dieguez since August 2009. The couple has two children, Sam and Isabel, and live in Mallorca, Spain.

Appearance and Body Measurements

Joseph Fiennes has light brown hair and hazel eyes. He stands at a height of 6ft (1.83m), while he weighs approximately 180lbs (80 kgs). His vital statistics are unknown, but he has an athletic figure.

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Hugh O’Connor: A Life Cut Short by Drugs and Depression

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Who was Hugh O’Connor?

Hugh was an American actor best known as Officer, Sergeant, and Det./Lt. Lonnie Jamison in the TV series “In the Heat of the Night” (1988-1994).

Hugh O’Connor Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Hugh Edward Ralph O’Connor was born on 7 April 1962, in Rome, Italy. He became the adopted son of famous American actor Carroll O’Connor and his wife, Nancy Fields. When Carroll was filming “Cleopatra” in Italy, he and his wife adopted Hugh when he was just six days old. They named him Hugh in honor of Carroll’s brother Hugh, who died the year before in a motorcycle accident.

At 16 years old, Hugh developed Hodgkin’s lymphoma, but recovered thanks to chemotherapy and two surgeries. However, he got hooked on prescription drugs for pain, which later turned into an addiction to heavier drugs that would define his life.

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Career

Hugh made his acting debut in 1985 in the television crime-drama movie “Brass”, which starred his father, Carroll, accompanied by Lois Nettleton and Larry Atlas.

His father was already a star of the TV crime-drama series “In the Heat of the Night” as Police Chief Bill Gillespie, set in Sparta, Mississippi, and wrote the role of Lonnie Jamison for his son.

Lonnie first appeared in the show’s first season as a recurring character, and was later promoted to the main cast in the second season. As Lonnie, O’Connor played the role of a young police officer who was eager to prove himself in the Sparta Police Department, depicted as a very capable officer who takes his job seriously. He was straightforward and serious in his work but also had a dry sense of humor that fit the moment. Throughout the series, Lonnie’s dedication to his job earned him the respect of his colleagues and superiors.

One of the defining aspects of Lonnie’s character is his loyalty to his friends. He was a loyal and trustworthy ally to those he cared about, and this loyalty was often tested throughout the series. One example of this was in his friendship with Eugene DeLong, Harriet DeLong’s son. Lonnie was Eugene’s track team coach at Sparta High, and was able to get through to him when Eugene’s father was being tried for murder.

Lonnie was also depicted as a crack shot with a rifle. He was often selected by Chief Gillespie to handle situations that required a long-range rifle shot, such as in episodes “My Name is Hank,” “An Eye for an Eye,” and “Crackdown.” Along with Bubba Skinner, Lonnie formed a lethal sniper team that was feared by criminals in the Sparta area.

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As the series progressed, Lonnie’s character evolved. He was eventually promoted to the rank of Lieutenant and Acting Chief of Detectives, showing his growth and development as a police officer. His relationships with his colleagues and friends also deepened, and he became a trusted and respected member of the Sparta Police Department.

Hugh’s untimely death in 1995 had a significant impact on the show and his character – Lonnie’s character was written out of the series, with his absence being explained by a transfer to a different police department. The loss of O’Connor was felt by both the cast and crew and his passing was a tragic reminder of the importance of mental health advocacy.

Net Worth

According to authoritative sources, Hugh O’Connors’ net worth was estimated at $1 million at the time of his death.

Addiction Struggle and Death

O’Connor’s life was marred by drug addiction and ultimately ended in tragedy. He struggled with drug addiction his entire life, and was in and out of rehabilitation clinics. Though he attempted to recover, his addiction persisted and eventually caused his untimely death. On 28 March 1995, he took his own life, unable to overcome his addiction or face another rehabilitation program. His father later revealed that Hugh had been provided with drugs by a man named Harry Thomas Perzigian, who was arrested after Hugh’s death, and found guilty of drug possession and furnishing cocaine. However, he later sued Carroll O’Connor for slander, but the latter was found not liable. Hugh’s father dedicated much of the rest of his life to speaking out on drug awareness, hoping to prevent others from suffering the same fate as his son.

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Personal Life, Marriage, Wife, Children

Although he had a short and turbulent life, Hugh was a loving husband and a father. On 28 March 1992, ‘Connor married Angela Clayton, who worked as a wardrobe assistant on “In the Heat of the Night”; together, they had a son named Sean Carroll O’Connor.

Hugh O’Connor’s Father, Carroll O’Connor – Short Bio

John Carroll O’Connor was born on 2 August 1924, in Manhattan, New York City, USA. He attended Wake Forest University in North Carolina, where he studied English and drama before joining the US Merchant Marine during World War II. After the war, he attended the University of Montana and then went on to study Irish history and English literature at University College, Dublin, graduating in 1952, and then began his acting career.

He rose to fame in the 1970s for his portrayal of the bigoted but lovable Archie Bunker in the sitcom “All in the Family,” which was a huge success, and earned O’Connor four Emmy Awards.

After “All in the Family” ended in 1979, O’Connor continued to act on television and in movies. In 1988, he took on the role of Sheriff Bill Gillespie in the TV series “In the Heat of the Night,” which ran for seven seasons; his portrayal of the stern but fair sheriff earned him an Emmy nomination in 1989.

On 21 June 2001, O’Connor passed away at the age of 76, of complications from diabetes,

He was inducted into the Television Hall of Fame in 1989 for his contribution to television.

According to sources, Carroll O’Connor’s net worth was estimated at $25 million at the time of his death.

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About Dominique McElligott: aka Queen Maeve on ‘The Boys’

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Who is Dominique McElligott?

Dominique is an Irish actress, perhaps best known for her role as Hannah Conway in the political drama series “House of Cards”. She has also appeared in other popular TV shows, such as “Hell on Wheels” and “The Last Tycoon”, as well as films “Moon” and “The Guard” among others.

Dominique McElligott Wiki: Age, Childhood, and Education

Dominique McElligott was born on 5 March 1986, in Dublin, Ireland – her parents’ identities aren’t publicly known. She attended University College, Dublin, where she studied drama and began her acting career on the Irish stage, before transitioning to film and television.

Career Beginnings

Dominique made her acting debut in the Irish television drama series “On Home Ground” in 2001-2002, playing the role of Cora Collins. The series follows the lives of a rural Garda (police) sergeant and his family as they deal with the challenges of policing a small community. McElligott appeared in 10 episodes alongside co-stars Lesley Conroy and Stephen Brennan.

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In 2005, she was Rachel in the Irish-Canadian mini-series “Whiskey Echo”, which follows a young group of international workers and their time during the Second Sudanese Civil War in the health center they’ve set up.

Dominique appeared in the 2008 horror film “Dark Floors” as Emily, one of the main characters. The movie follows a group of people trapped in an elevator of a hospital who find themselves transported to a dark, otherworldly realm filled with terrifying monsters. McElligott acted alongside actors such as Skye Bennett, Noah Huntley, and William Hope, and the film received mixed reviews from critics, but Dominique’s performance was generally well-received.

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Rise to Prominence

In 2009, she appeared in six episodes of the critically acclaimed, long-running TV series “Raw”, which follows the personal and professional lives of a group of young chefs working at a busy Dublin restaurant, and co-stared Charlene McKenna, Keith McErlean and Damon Gameau.

The same year, she starred as Tess Bell in the science-fiction film “Moon”. The movie follows an astronaut named Sam Bell, played by Sam Rockwell, stationed alone on the moon, nearing the end of his three-year contract. As his mental health deteriorates, he begins to experience strange occurrences that make him question his sanity. McElligott’s character, Tess Bell, is Sam’s wife and appears in flashbacks. The film was directed by Duncan Jones.

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McElligott had a breakthrough role as Lily Bell in the historical drama series “Hell on Wheels” from 2011-2012, as a main cast member for the first two seasons, appearing in 20 episodes. The show depicts the construction of the first transcontinental railroad across the US in the aftermath of the Civil War. Her character, Lily Bell, is a headstrong and intelligent widow who becomes involved with the railroad company. She appeared alongside actors such as Anson Mount, Colm Meaney and Common.

Dominique continued her career rather successfully, appearing in several popular projects. In 2015 Dominique played the role of Louise Shepard in the historical drama series “The Astronaut Wives Club”, based on the book by Lily Koppel. The show depicts the lives of the wives of the Mercury Seven astronauts in the 1960s, as they navigate the challenges of fame and the Cold War. Dominique was the main cast member, and appeared in 10 episodes alongside actors such as JoAnna Garcia Swisher, Yvonne Strahovski and Azure Parsons.

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Then from 2016 to 2017, she played the role of Hannah Conway in the political drama series “House of Cards”. She first appeared as a recurring character in Season 4, before becoming a main cast member in Season 5, appearing in a total of 15 episodes. The show follows the ruthless political ambitions of Frank Underwood, portrayed by Kevin Spacey, and his wife Claire, played by Robin Wright, as they navigate the halls of power in Washington, D.C.

McElligott next played the role of Kathleen Moore in the drama series “The Last Tycoon” (2016-2017), based on F. Scott Fitzgerald’s unfinished novel. It takes place in 1930s Hollywood, and follows the story of Monroe Stahr, portrayed by Matt Bomer, a young film producer trying to make his way in the industry. McElligott was a main cast member, and appeared in nine episodes alongside actors such as Kelsey Grammer, Lily Collins, and Matt Bomer.

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Continued Success

Dominique’s recent success has been her portrayal of two characters, Maggie Shaw and Queen Maeve, in the popular Amazon Prime Video series “The Boys” from 2019-2022. McElligott plays the role of Queen Maeve, a former member of the Seven superhero team, who is struggling with the moral implications of her actions and her own sexuality. Later on, her character Maggie Shaw is introduced, who is Queen Maeve’s real name and backstory. As a main cast member, McElligott appeared in 22 episodes throughout the series, alongside a talented cast, including Karl Urban, Jack Quaid and Antony Starr. Her performances have been praised for their emotional depth and complexity, as well as her ability to capture the moral struggles of her character.

In addition, Dominique lent her voice to “The Boys Presents: Diabolical” in 2022. This spin-off animated series explores the origins of the Vought corporation. Her voice-acting talents were featured in the episode “I’m Your Pusher”.

She doesn’t have new projects on which she works at the moment.

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Net Worth

According to authoritative sources, Dominque McElligott’s net worth is estimated at $3 million, as of early 2023.

Personal Life, Dating, Boyfriend, Single?

Dominique is very secretive about her personal life, and hasn’t shared anything about it. According to reports, Dominique is currently single and solely focused on her rising career.

Her secretive nature has spawned some rumors, including her being a lesbian, but she hasn’t addressed these rumors.

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Appearance and Body Measurements

Dominique McElligott has blonde hair and blue eyes. She stands at a height of 5ft 8ins (1.73m), weighs approximately 120lbs (55kgs), with vital statistics of 33-24-35, and bra size 38B.

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