Dominic Rains Bio, Age, Wife, Height, Family, Nationality, Net Worth

Dominic Rains
Dominic Rains

Dominic Rains Biography

Dominic Rains is an Iranian-American actor who is best known for his roles in independent films including The Taqwacores (2010), and A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night (2014), as well as his role as Dr. Crockett Marcel in Chicago Med. He is also known for playing the main antagonist of the first part of the fifth season of Marvel’s agent of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Rains started his career as an actor in 2003 when he appeared in the television film Saving Jessica Lynch. He then landed a role on the famous series 24 in 2005, later making his feature debut film in 2006 when he starred as Hamad in the film Poet’s War.

Dominic Rains Age

Rains was born Amin Nazemzadeh on March 1, 1982, in Tehran, Iran. He is 39 years old as of March 2021. In addition, he celebrates his birthday on March 1st every year.

Dominic Rains Wife

Rains is very private when it comes to his personal life thus he has not yet disclosed his wife. It is also not known whether he has had any relationship or seeing anyone as of date. We promise to update this information as soon as it is available.

Dominic Rains Family

Dominic was born in Tehran, Iran but relocated to London, England at an early age. Later on, he moved to Dallas where he was raised. He has a sibling brother, a fellow actor named Ethan Rains.

Dominic Rains Height

He stands at an approximate height of 6 feet (1.83m).

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Dominic Rains Photo

Dominic Rains Career

Rains started his acting career in the well-known television movie, Saving Jessica Lynch in 2003. He later appeared in 2006 in the popular TV movie, Flight 93. His next appearance was as Dr. Leo Julian in SOAPnet’s General Hospital: Night Shift, a 13-episode prime-time spin-off of the ABC daytime soap opera General Hospital.

Following his role in General Hospital, Rains has continued to appear in various television series including, 24, including Flash Forward, Burn Notice, NCIS, Cane, and Anger Management.

In 2010, Dominic gained recognition for his role in The Taqwacores based on a 2004 novel by, Michael Muhammad Knight, an American convert to Islam. His role was praised by the New York Times and NBC reviewed his role as “reminiscent of Adrien Brody’s career-launching turn in Summer of Sam. In the role, Rains won an award for best actor at the Festival de Cine Internacional de Ourense international film festival.

In late 2010, Dominic started filming and starring as the lead role in Exodus Pictures’ supernatural thriller Jinn. The film debuted nationwide in April 2014. Dominic also played Walker, a young automotive designer from Detroit who uncovers an ancient secret that threatens to wipe out his entire family.

Rains appeared as Saeed in the Sundance Film Festival horror film A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night. After acclaimed praise by critics after its debut, the film was acquired by Kino Lorber for mainstream US distribution and released in late 2014.

In 2019, Dominic started featuring in the NBC medical drama Chicago Med in the fifth season as Dr. Crockett Marcel, a new trauma surgeon to the hospital.

Besides his acting career, Rains is active in the Los Angeles theater community and is a member of the Los Angeles-based Elephant Theatre Company.

Dominic Rains Net Worth

Rains has an estimated net worth of between $1 million – $5 million which she has earned through her career as an actor.

Dominic Rains Movies

  • 2006 Poet’s War
  • 2006 Grenade
  • 2010 The Taqwacores
  • 2011 Jinn
  • 2014 Captain America: The Winter Soldier
  • 2014 A Girl Walks Home Alone at Night
  • 2016 Burn Country
  • 2016 Chee and T
  • 2018 A.X.L.

Dominic Rains Television Shows

  • 2003 Saving Jessica Lynch
  • 04–05 LAX
  • 2005 24
  • 2006 E-Ring
  • 2006 Flight 93
  • ‘006 Courting Alex
  • 2006 Related
  • 2007 NCIS
  • ‘007 Sharpshooter
  • 2007 General Hospital: Night Shift/General Hospital
  • 2008 Final Approach Abu Karlin TV movie
  • 09-10 FlashForward
  • 2012 Burn Notice
  • 2014 Anger Management
  • 2017-18 Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.
  • 2017-18 Chicago Med
  • 2019-present Chicago Fire
  • 2019-present Chicago P.D.

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