Dominique Margot is an American film director, screenwriter, and producer. She is best known for her work on films such as The Beaver, The Dictator, and The Last Witch Hunter.
Dominique Margot was born in Detroit, Michigan, in 1978. She attended the University of Michigan, where she earned a degree in film and media studies. After graduating, she moved to Los Angeles and started her career working as a production assistant on independent films. She soon began directing her own short films, and eventually she directed her first feature film, The Beaver, in 2010.
The Beaver, starring Mel Gibson and Jodie Foster, was a critical and commercial success, and it earned Margot an Independent Spirit Award for Best First Feature. She followed this success with the 2012 comedy, The Dictator, starring Sacha Baron Cohen. This film was another hit, and it earned Margot an MTV Movie Award nomination for Best Comedy.
In 2015, Margot directed The Last Witch Hunter, starring Vin Diesel. The film was a moderate success, and it earned Margot a Saturn Award nomination for Best Director. Margot has since returned to television, directing episodes of shows such as The Magicians, The Sinner, and Yellowstone.
In addition to her work as a director, Margot has also executive produced several films, including the romantic comedy, A Royal Affair, and the horror film, The Forest. She has also written screenplays for films such as The Beaver and The Dictator, and she is currently working on her first novel, which she hopes to turn into a feature film.
Dominique Margot is an innovative and talented director who has made a name for herself in Hollywood. She has directed several successful films, and her work has been recognized with numerous awards and nominations. She is an inspiring figure in the film industry, and her work continues to be highly acclaimed.