|Born||June 18th, 1956 |
|Productions||The Go-Between as Leo Colston|
Dominic Guard is an English actor.
Born in London, Guard made his debut aged fourteen and proceeded to make a number of appearances as a child actor and adult performer before acting opposite his brother Christopher in an animated adaptation of The Lord of the Rings.
Guard appeared on stage in The Jeweller's Shop, a play written by the future Pope John Paul II and continued to act until the year 2000, when he subsequently became a child psychotherapist and author.
Guard made his sole singing appearance in The Go-Between as the character of Leo, a role which won him the Most Promising Newcomer BAFTA.
- Angels, Ever Bright and Fair (solo)