Dagmara Dominczyk (born July 17, 1976) is a Polish actress.
Dominczyk moved with her family from Kielce in Poland to New York City when she was seven, after her parents were expelled from their native Poland for her father's involvement with Amnesty International and then the Solidarity movement. In New York she lived near the Glenwood projects in Canarsie.  Dominczyk majored in drama at Carnegie Mellon University and graduated in 1998. She got her big break on Broadway in 1999 as Anna Friel's understudy in Patrick Marber's production of Closer and appeared in the 2003 Broadway production of Enchanted April.
Dominczyk is perhaps best known for her role as Edmond Dantès' beautiful fiancee Mercedes in the 2002 screen adaptation of The Count of Monte Cristo. She has also played small parts in 24, Rock Star (2001), Kinsey (2004), and a more prominent role in the made-for-TV movie The Five People You Meet in Heaven (2004). She co-starred in the 2003 thriller ...
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Tonight at Noon is a movie directed by Michael Almereyda starring Lauren Ambrose and Chiwetel Ejiofor. It is scheduled to release in 2007.Based on the award winning short story "Five Fucks" by Jonathan Lethem, this examines relationships in his next film as he ponders the question: when two people fall in love, what's lost and what's gained? Ejiofor plays two characters in an Almereyda-scripted film about New Yorkers who experience random encounters that define their lives....
They (also known as Wes Craven Presents: They) is the title of a horror film released in 2002. The plot centers on the phenomenon of night terrors and their impact on the lives of adults who experienced them as children.
The film has received a very mixed reaction since its release, but it should also be said that They had a very troubled production with many re shoots by Rick Bota and rewrites by an estimated group of ten people including Joel Soisson and Frank Spotnitz. The original spec script by Brendan Hood (which has developed a cult following online via websites where it has been posted) had absolutely nothing to do with night terrors, and not a single word of his work ended up in the finished film aside from the title and a few character names.
They tells the story of a Psychology grad student named Julia (Laura Regan) and an event that turns her life upside down. As a child she experienced horrifying night terrors, but has seemingly overcome the problem. She reunites with a...,
The Count of Monte Cristo is a 2002 film based upon the book The Count of Monte Cristo, by Alexandre Dumas, père. It was directed by Kevin Reynolds and starred James Caviezel, Dagmara Dominczyk, and Guy Pearce. It loosely follows the general plot of the novel (the main storyline of imprisonment and revenge is preserved), but many aspects, including the relationships between major characters and the ending, have been changed, simplified, or removed. The movie met with mediocre box office success, bringing in about $54 million overall.Despite its poor box office earnings, the film was generally very well-received by audiences and critics alike.
Tagline:Prepare for adventure. Count on revenge.The year is 1814, during the downfall of the Napoleonic Empire and the Emperor's exile onto the tiny island of Elba.
Second mate Edmond Dantès (James Caviezel) and his friend Fernand Mondego (Guy Pearce), officers of the French trading ship Pharaon, are heading towards Elba seeking help and medical...,
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