Born in Leicester in the U. K., Dominic Keating got into acting at a very young age when he appeared in a school play. He went on to attend University College London where he received a History degree, and soon decided to pursue acting professionally. After a good amount of stage work, Keating began working in television, where he landed his first major role as Tony on the long-running sit-com "Desmond's." After this he moved to the U.S., where he nabbed a few parts on some short lived shows until he found a regular role as Lieutenant Malcolm Reed in "Star Trek: Enterprise." Keating simultaneously appeared on the science fiction hit and on the romantic drama series "ChromiumBlue.com." After "Star Trek" wrapped in 2005, his next major role came in the form of Irish mobster Will on the wildly popular superpower fantasy series "Heroes." Throughout his television career Keating has also appeared in many films, including "The Hollywood Sign," "Jungle 2 Jungle," and "The Auteur Theory," and in 2007 he portrayed Cain in Robert Zemeckis' "Beowulf."