Still Working Music Signs Dominic Scott Kay

Still Working Music has signed musician, director and film star Dominic Scott Kay to a comprehensive, multi-faceted deal for recording, songwriting and music management.

Kay was five when he started writing songs and performing on stage, and he landed his first film role not long after, playing the son of Tom Cruise’s character in Steven Spielberg’s Minority Report. He also portrayed Henry Turner in Pirates of the Caribbean: At World’s End, and provided the voice of Wilbur in Charlotte’s Web opposite Julia Roberts, Oprah, and Reba. Kay directed his first film, Saving Angelo, at age 9, which starred Kevin Bacon. Now 21, he still holds the record as the highest working film actor under 18, having racked up nearly 50 credits to his name by his eighteenth birthday.

The Malibu native spent the last four years in Nashville learning the ins and outs of recording and production while honing his craft and his sound. He is based in Bel Air, California, but spends a good deal of his time on the road performing.

“I’ve known Dominic since the beach in Malibu and have been a huge fan since I saw him in Minority Report. When we reconnected in Nashville and I heard his music, I knew he would fit in perfectly with our Still Working family. I am excited to see what lies ahead for Dominic and honored to be part of his musical journey,” says Alex Orbison, President of Still Working Music.

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