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Domenique Fragale

Domenique Fragale Headshot 2017Lincolnshire born to a Californian mum and an Italian dad, Domenique is a professional actress, model and a content writer for renowned industry online portal and magazine, Spotlight. Domenique received the Princess Diana Award Against Bullying at BAFTA for her work on internationally shown short film, Wednesday’s Child, which combatted bullying and gun safety. Since then, she has gone on to become one the Ambassadors and public faces of the honourable organisation, speaking at events at Downing Street as well as with members of the Royal Family. Domenique spends her time between London and Los Angeles.

Domenique considers mental health to be a deeply personal issue.

“Mental health is something I hold close to my heart. Working in the creative industry, a lot of pressure is placed on performers every day; building anxiety and internal suffering. Having close friends who battle with depression and losing some to the torment is something I do not want anyone else to have to go through on their own, again. Mental health is something that shouldn’t be bypassed, so I am thrilled to be joining hands with The Shaw Mind Foundation to create a platform of addressment and support in the right direction of increasing awareness of mental health.”

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