Who is Dominique Provost-Chalkley?

Dominique Provost-Chalkley was born on 24 March 1990, in Bristol, England, and is an actress, best known for appearing in the Canadian-American television series entitled “Wynonna Earp”, in which she plays the character Waverly Earp. She has been with the show since 2016, and has also appeared in numerous other Canadian productions.

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The Net Worth of Dominique Provost-Chalkley

How rich is Dominique Provost-Chalkley? As of mid-2019, sources estimate a net worth that is over $500,000, earned through a successful career in acting. She’s been active in the industry since 2008, including stage plays as well. As she continues her endeavors, it is expected that her wealth will also continue to increase.

Early Life, Education, and Career Beginnings

Dominique grew up in Bristol and is half French-Canadian. At a young age, she developed a strong interest towards performing, and began dancing at the age of four. When she was 16 years old, she then trained at the Laine Theatre Arts School in hopes of becoming an actress and singer. Laines is an independent performing arts college which was founded in 1974 by Betty Laine, and is designed to help prepare students for a professional career in the performing arts, offering courses in singing, acting and dancing.

Dominique Provost Chalkley

After graduation, her first role was as an alternate for the West End musical “Dirty Dancing”, based on the 1987 dance film of the same name which starred Jennifer Gray. The film was very successful, selling over a million copies on home video, the first to do so. The soundtrack produced numerous hits, while its popularity lead to the stage version, which began in 2004. Numerous iterations of the play have since been staged.

On-Screen Career

In 2008, Provost-Chalkley had her first television role, appearing as a dancer for the series entitled “Britannia High”, a musical series which aired on the ITV network, starring Sapphire Elia, Georgina Hagen, and Mitch Hewer. The show is known for featuring cameo performances of popular music acts, and has been compared to “High School Musical”. She subsequently became the star of the thriller film “The Seasoning House”, which was the directorial debut of Paul Hyett, and was filmed at a disused air force base near London.

Around the same time, she joined the cast of another West End play called “Viva Forever!”, in which she played Holly. The play is about the popular British girl group Spice Girls, and featured many of their hit songs, however, the production was panned by critics and received many of the worst reviews of 2012. Her next project would be in the film “Avengers: Age of Ultron” in which she played the character Zrinka in the film which is the sequel to 2012’s “The Avengers”, and is the 11th film of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). In the film, the avengers fight with artificial intelligence Ultron, who is obsessed with causing human extinction.

Wynonna Earp and Recent Projects

In 2016, Dominique was cast in one of her most notable roles, in the Canadian-American television series called “Wynonna Earp”, a role which raised her popularity significantly. The show is based on the comic book series created by Beau Smith, with Melanie Scrofano playing the titular character, and has been running for three seasons, with a fourth set to premiere in late-2019. According to her, she originally auditioned for the lead role, but was given another character instead. Despite that, her performance has gained a lot of praise, especially thanks to her portrayal of a queer character.

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In 2018, she along with cast members of the show received a People’s Choice Award for best Sci-Fi – the show wasn’t originally a part of the list of candidates, but became a write-in candidate thanks to the support of the show’s fans. While working on the show, she has also made guest appearances in other programs such as “Murdoch Mysteries” and “12 Monkeys”. In 2017, she had a supporting role in “The Carmilla Movie”, which is based on the web series of the same name.

Personal Life and Social Media

For her personal life, not much is known in terms of any of Provost-Chalkley’s romantic relationships. She has not shared a lot about this aspect of her life, so many believe that she is single, leaving no indication of a relationship in any of her public profiles. She enjoys doing community work during her free time, and founded the community called Start the Wave, which recently organized a beach cleaning drive supported by many people, and promotes recycling of materials for items such as arts and crafts. The group is also highly supportive of the LGBT community.

Similar to many actresses, she is highly active online through accounts on social media. She has an account on Instagram on which she has over 230,000 followers, and uses the platform to post personal photos, while also promoting recent and upcoming projects. She gives a bit of insight into her personal life, and often posts long detailed information to accompany her photos. She has been very vocal about the love and support she gained from fans of “Wynonna Earp”. Another account she has is on Twitter, counting over 105,000 fans, usually posting photos similar to that of her Instagram account. She also uses the platform to interact with fans.

14 Comments

  1. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    I have the HOTS for Dominique!!
    I would love for the many of the women on WYNONNA EARP to be my dominator in a kinky relationship!!

    • Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

      Actually, we can switch roles too!!
      When dominant, I prefer woman with lots of flesh!!

  2. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    BTW, My former obsession with physical fitness gave me a strong libido (Competitive running PRs: MALES 226 pounds+: 2.5KM 11:39 3KM 13:56 5KM 22:58 8KM 39:15 and 10KM 45:53)
    Non-competitively, I also swam and lifted weights.
    Prostate cancer decreased my libido quite a bit but I can still enjoy dry orgasms.
    I watch WYNONNA EARP quite a bit!
    Good job girls!!!

  3. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    I plan on seeing many more episodes of WYNONNA EARP on TV in the future!!
    Many of the scenes remind of some of the places that I cleaned carpets and upholstery in rural settings when I was younger.
    Keep up the good work Dominique!!

  4. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    I guess all the girls on WYNONNA EARP are wondering what a kinky guy like me did for a living:
    Carpet and upholstery cleaner turned factory worker turned janitor/flyer inserter/stacker/bagger/weigher and skid mover turned flyer inserter only turned janitor only.
    When I cleaned carpets in the summer on sunny days, I would get an orgasmic high from my endorphin addiction (most of my cleaning buddies were hooked on nicotine).
    I used to swear TWO running shirts when running and not competing:
    MOXIE MUSIC WATER
    ME: 1962-21?
    I got a lot of interesting stares from the drivers and pedestrians in front of me!!

    • Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

      BTW, MOXIE MUSIC WATER implies NON-MATERIALISM and ME: 1962-21? implies LONGEVITY.
      I think that they will have a WYNONNA EARP program in heaven when I die sometime in the 22nd century.
      Most people think that I am good looking.
      If you listen to my song, I am hoping that you think that I am HOTTER than SHAMIER and TIM!!!

  5. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    DOMINIQUE:
    Tell Megan Follows that I was in love with her when she played in ANNE OF GREEN GABLES.
    However, not anymore.
    I hope that you age better than she did!

  6. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    FYI, composer ROB CARLI also composed music for THE MURDOCH MYSTERIES.
    I am proud to say that he is originally from my home town of Kitchener Waterloo, Ontario.

  7. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    DOMINIQUE:
    Did you know that WAVERLY is in a list of MOST UNCOMMON FEMALE NAMES?
    Meaning: Meadow of quivering aspens.

  8. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    DOMINIQUE:
    This is a comment that I sent to MELANIE:

    MELANIE: Great job on WYNONNA EARP!!!
    Talk to DOMINIQUE and KATHERINE about me.
    I am sure that you will be interested!
    BTW, I am 50% ITALIAN (Maiden names on my mother’s side: DISTEFANO, RINALLI and FIORE).

  9. Christopher Nowak BFA MLIS Reply

    HEY DOMINIQUE!!:
    WYNONNA EARP is no longer being televise in my area!
    It is quite depressing!
    I hope that it comes back!!

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