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Dagmara Dominczyk (born July 17, 1976; age 41) is a Polish actress who portrayed Nicole, who aided Habib Marwan, during Season 4 of 24.

Biography and career Edit

Dagmara Dominczyk was born in Kielce, Poland. She moved to New York after her parents were expelled from their country for her father's involvement with Amnesty International. Dominczyk attended Carnegie Mellon University where she majored in Drama.

Dominczyk started acting in theater. In 1999, she reached Broadway starring in Patrick Marber's Closer. After that, she started acting in TV and film. Her first credited film role was in 2000's Keeping the Faith, alongside Rena Sofer. She has also starred in movies such as The Count of Monte Cristo (with James Frain and Michael Wincott) and Prisoner (with Kim Raver).

Aside of films, Dominczyk has appeared in TV shows like Third Watch (also with Raver), Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (with Lothaire Bluteau), The Good Wife (with Tim Guinee), Person of Interest (with Kevin Chapman), and Suits (with Gina Torres).

Role on 24 Edit

24 Day 4 Dagmara Weapons Training

Doing weapons prep for her final scene with Michael P. Lugar

Dominczyk played the role of Nicole, an ally of terrorist Habib Marwan, during Season 4 of 24. Nicole was tasked with establishing a romantic relationship with Air Force pilot John Hansen and hold him hostage while another ally of Marwan took his place. Dominczyk appeared in two episodes and was credited as a guest star.

24 credits Edit

Selected filmography Edit

  • A Woman, a Part (2016)
  • Let's Kill Ward's Wife (2014)
  • The Immigrant (2013)
  • Higher Ground (2011)
  • Prisoner (2007)
  • Trust the Man (2005)
  • Kinsey (2004)
  • The Count of Monte Cristo (2002)
  • Rock Star (2001)
  • Keeping the Faith (2000)

Television appearances

  • Boardwalk Empire (2014)
  • Person of Interest (2012)
  • Suits (2011)
  • The Bedford Diaries (2006)
  • Law & Order: Special Victims Unit (2003)
  • Third Watch (2001)

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