Dominic Fumusa

Episode:
I DO’S: 24 Years by Leslie Ayvazian

Dominic FumusaDominic Fumusa currently stars as “Kevin Peyton” opposite Edie Falco on the hit Showtime series “Nurse Jackie”. Fumusa has guest starred and/or recurred on numerous television shows including “Elementary,” “Person of Interest,” “Damages,” “Sex and the City,” “The Sopranos,” “Brotherhood,” “Kings,” “Bones,” “Numb3rs,” “NYPD Blue,” “Hack,” “Threshold,” all of the “Law & Order” incarnations and “CSI:Miami” and “CSI:NY.”

Fumusa’s extensive experience on the stage in both NY and in London includes originating roles in the premieres of Sarah Ruhl’s Passion Play, Stephen Belber’s plays The Power of Duff (opposite Greg Kinnear) and Fault Lines (opposite Josh Lucas and Noah Emmerich; David Schwimmer, director) and Brett Leonard’s Ninth and Joanie (Labyrinth). Fumusa originated the role of ‘Toddy Koovitz’ in Richard Greenberg’s Tony Award winning Take Me Out(Donmar Warehouse/The Public). In New York, London and Los Angeles Fumusa created the role of ‘Vince’ (a role that was specifically written for him) in Stephen Belber’s Tape (Naked Angels). Fumusa made his Broadway debut opposite Quentin Tarantino and Marisa Tomei in Wait Until Dark. Regional credits include plays at the Guthrie, Huntington, Kennedy Center, Actors Theater of Louisville, Williamstown, NY Stage & Film, the Stratford Festival of Canada, and Chicago Shakespeare. Fumusa was last seen starring on stage in Sarah Ruhl’s play, Stage Kiss, at Playwrights Hortizon. Fumusa’s film work includes Focus with Will Smith, Allegiance (with Aidan Quinn), Helena From the Wedding (opposite Corey Stoll), Management (with Jennifer Aniston), Little New York (opposite Ethan Hawke and Vincent D’Onofrio), This is a Story about Ted & Alice (2008 Cannes selection, opposite Melissa Leo), “Dealbreaker” (written and directed by Gwyneth Paltrow), and Grilled (opposite Burt Reynolds and Kevin James).

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