Domino Harvey

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Domino Harvey (August 7, 1969 – June 27, 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. Domino Harvey was born in 1970 to Laurence Harvey, an actor, and Paulene Stone, a fashion model. Laurence Harvey was married to Joan Cohn until 1973; he married Stone shortly after divorcing Cohn. After Laurence Harvey died of cancer in 1973, Stone raised her daughters Harvey in Belgravia, a neighborhood of London. As a girl, Harvey was a tomboy and enjoyed playing with action figures. She later recalled that she frequently fought other children and studied martial arts. She attended four boarding schools, including Dartington Hall, later reporting that she was expelled from some of them. Harvey dropped out of school as a teenager to pursue a career in modeling, but did not enjoy working in the industry.
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