Born in 1969, Domino was the daughter of British actor Laurence Harvey and supermodel Paulene Stone. She grew up to become a model herself, then a nightclub manager and a ranch hand. In 1994 she joined a California bail bond agency as a shotgun-accessorized bounty hunter, getting paid 10% of the captured bail bond from drug dealers. Domino loved firearms and a fast lifestyle that included pending drug charges. She died in June, in the bathroom of her West Hollywood cottage, after Tony Scott's screen version of her life was wrapped.
Tony Scott (b. 1944) made his feature debut in 1983 with the modern vampire story THE HUNGER. He went on to make TOP GUN (1986), BEVERLY HILLS COP II (1987) and DAYS OF THUNDER (1990), which were all huge box office hits. Later he made the critically acclaimed TRUE ROMANCE (1993). Tony Scott has continued to make blockbusters with great success, amongst them CRIMSON TIDE (1995), THE FAN (1996), ENEMY OF THE STATE (1998), and MAN ON FIRE (2004).