Robert De Domenici aka ''Robby D'' is a British stage and screen actor of Italian descent. He was born and raised in London. An observer of society which inspires him to create characters and character energy dynamics with a strong influence from the teachings of Stella Adler and Stanislavski which he applies to all his work. His film credits include his directorial debut, an Italian American short film set in The Bronx, New York; The Pope of Arthur Avenue (2019), Liberté directed by Simão Boucherie Mendes (2019), The Shaman directed by Luigi Pusceddu (2018), The Second Shepherds' Play directed by Douglas Morse (2016) and he has featured in the BBC TV series Strike written by J.K. Rowling (2017). His theatre credits include Mojo by Jez Butterworth (2018), The Idiot by Fyodor Dostoyevsky (2017), Stags and Hens by Willy Russell (2016), Dead White Males by David Williamson (2016) and the Royal Shakespeare Company Open Stages production of Macbeth (2015). He made his stage debut in the West End Musical Gala at the Harold Pinter Theatre (2011).
De Domenici trained at the Drama Centre London, studying under Method Acting coach Tom McClane and at The Questors Academy where he studied under Nicholas Jonne Wilson as well as ongoing training at The Actors Centre. He is represented by Paola Farino based in central London. He is also a certified Level 3 Personal Trainer and Pro Boxing Coach.