Dominique Kelley is an American actor, dancer and choreography. He was born in 1983 to Aaron Kelley and hails from Bridgeport, Connecticut. It's there he attended the charter high school Bridge academy. Kelley began his professional career at the age of nine in the European tour of the Broadway show "Black and Blue". On April 5, 1998 at the age of fifteen he was selected to replace Savion Glover in the national tour of "Bring in'Da Noise, Bring in 'Da Funk". The following year he co-choreographed the musical "Wild Woman Blues". Into his adulthood he continued to work as a both a performer and choreographer making contributions to hits such as "In the Heights". Kelley also had roles in television shows such as NBC's 2014 network special "Peter Pan Live!" and lent his expertise in films like 2016's romantic musical "La La Land". He is currently employee at the Go2 Talent Agency which specializes in providing dancers and choreographers for various entertainment media. In 2015 he started working alongside Kathryn Burns as an assistant choreographer on The CW show Crazy Ex-Girlfriend. He appeared onscreen in the Season One episode "Josh and I Are Good People!" in the performance of "I'm a Good Person" as the choking man. He made another appearance in the Season Two musical performance of "The Math of Love Triangles" as a dancing math professor.