Domino Harvey

Domino Harvey (7 August 1969 – 27 June 2005) was an English bounty hunter, notable within that field for being female and from a privileged background. Harvey's fame was increased posthumously by the 2005 release of the film Domino that was loosely based on her life, with Harvey portrayed by Keira Knightley.

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Domino (film) - Development
... rebel daughter turned into a bounty hunter, was about an English woman named Domino Harvey who was working as a bounty hunter, apprehending fugitives who had skipped bail for the Celes King Bail Bond agency in ... While Harvey was one of the few female bounty hunters, what caught the attention of Shulman and Scott was that she was the daughter of the late actor Laurence ... Tony Scott tracked Domino to Beverly Hills, where she was living at the time with her mother Paulene Stone and Stone's then husband Peter Morton ...
Domino Harvey - Film
... A film inspired by her life called Domino was released in October 2005 ... for the film, Scott taped hours of conversations that he had with Harvey about bounty hunting incidents ... While the film was being filmed, Harvey spent three weeks on the set of the production ...

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