Jess Domain is a performer living in New York City. She is a Meisner trained actress, writer, professional singer and classically trained ballet dancer. She originated the role of Goddess Akka in the Off-Broadway musical “Serenade”, where Theaterpizzazz.com reviewed her performance: “And Jess Domain, as the goddess Akka, an already accomplished dancer and singer, whose lithe movement and beautiful voice are especially enchanting.”
Her film credits include Detective Riley in James Franco’s feature film “Horrortime”, Arienne in the award winning French short “Lou” and Y Hippie in “X & Y” written by Pamela Romanowsky. Some of Jess’ favorite theater roles that she’s performed in New York City include Violet Venable in “Suddenly Last Summer” and Angie in the comedy “Kerry & Angie”. Jess can be seen on television as a host for Asia TV, Zee TV, the blockchain platform, Consensys, and Manhattan Movie Magazine.
Aside from acting and performing in theater, film and television in New York City, you can also hear Jess’ original music in a variety of places. Her cinematic pop music was originally influenced by touring with Aretha Franklin for 3 years and Jess’ soulful vocals can be heard in media projects throughout the world. From FX’s legal thriller, “Damages”, to the provocative Cinemax series, “Girls Guide To Depravity”, to the closing credits song for the Pokémon feature film “Genesect & The Legend Awakened”, Jess designs unique music to compliment visuals and story lines. She constantly creates, writes, produces and frequently collaborates with DJs, film/tv composers, playwrights, songwriters, ad agencies and Grammy winning producers. Jess is the recipient of the ASCAPlus Songwriter Award and she can be seen and heard in over 100 television shows and films internationally.