A native Brooklynite, Robert Dominick Jones was one of the original members of the famed Everyman Theatre Company of Brooklyn. Founded by Iconic Actress Geraldine Fitzgerald and Brother Jonathan Ringkamp, this troupe was the premier Street Theatre company in the 1970's. They performed original musicals including "Everyman and Roach", "Elena", and "Mister Esteban" as well as the Classics at Brooklyn Academy of Music, Lincoln Center, and Summer festivals in parks and city streets. He is honored to have studied at The Stella Adler Acting Conservatory during this wonderful time.

He also workshopped with Judith Malina and Julian Beck of The Living Theatre. He performed numerous plays with The Everyman Company as well as other productions at great venues in New York City.

After a stint in the U.S.Navy in the mid-seventies, Mr. Jones headed west to venture into film and television where he continues to work on stage and screen as an Actor, Director, and Producer. He is the CEO of 2 Bald Guys Productions, Inc. Their current episodic drama, "Mrs. Fitzgerald Is Missing", is now streaming on Amazon Video. He also teaches acting for the camera with his coach and mentor, Brian Cutler.

As Joey the Lip in "Elena" 1974, Lincoln Center Outdoor Play Festival, New York City