"Dominic Scott Kay is an infectious artist with an endless future - it’s impossible not to feel inspired when you’re around him - I can’t wait for the world to get to see what I see!!"
By the time Dominic Scott Kay was five years old he was already writing songs and performing on stage, with influences from Motown to Bluegrass. Even earlier, Dominic landed his first film role at age 4, playing the son of Tom Cruise’s character in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. Dominic would go on to play Henry Turner in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, after providing the voice of Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web opposite Julia Roberts, Oprah, and Reba. Dominic directed his first film, Saving Angelo, starring Kevin Bacon, at age 9. Now 22, Dominic still holds the record for highest working film actor under 18, having racked up nearly 50 credits to his name by his eighteenth birthday.
Born and raised in Malibu, Dominic spent four years in Nashville not at college, but receiving an education of sorts, learning the ins and outs of studio recording and production all while honing his craft and discovering his signature sound. After returning briefly to California, Dominic now calls Nashville home.
In addition to his impressive music and film career, Dominic is an Ambassador for Mending Kids International, supports the Humane Society of the United States and SPCLA (Society for the Prevention of Cruelty to Animals) among other charitable organizations.