Dominic Fumusa is an American actor best known for his starring role as Jackie's husband Kevin Peyton in the dark comedy television series Nurse Jackie.
In New York and in London, Fumusa originated the role of Toddy Koovitz in Richard Greenberg's Tony Award-winning Take Me Out, directed by Joe Mantello.
In New York, London and Los Angeles, he created the character of Vince (a role that was specifically written for him) in Stephen Belber's Tape.
Fumusa made his Broadway debut opposite Marisa Tomei and Quentin Tarantino in Wait Until Dark. Other Broadway credits include A Flea In Her Ear at the Roundabout Theater Company.
In addition, he portrayed Mitch Albom in a six-month, twelve-city national tour of Tuesdays With Morrie, opposite Harold Gould.
Regional credits include plays at the Guthrie, Huntington, Kennedy Center, Actors Theater of Louisville, Williamstown NY Stage & Film, The Stratford Festival of Canada and Chicago Shakespeare.
Fumusa's television credits include Sex And The City, The Sopranos, Brotherhood, Kings, NYPD Blue, Hack, Numb3rs, Threshold, Bones and appearances on Law & Order and CSI.
His feature film credits include Staten Island (opposite Ethan Hawke) and independent features Helena From The Wedding and One Fall.
Other films include Management, This Is A Story About Ted And Alice (2008 Cannes), Dealbreaker (directed and written by Gwyneth Paltrow), Grilled (opposite Burt Reynolds), The Guru and Chloe's Prayer.