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He first gained exposure in film through his role as Sasha in the television film Hostile Waters (1997) based on the true story of a Russian and an American submarine colliding in the Cold War. He extended his recognition with his role of Charlie Pace on the successful television show Lost (2004–2010).
Monaghan returned to the series as a special guest star after departing from the main cast.
He is a longtime fan of hometown English Premier League football team Manchester United since his childhood.
On his right arm he has a tattoo of the English word "nine" written in the artificial script of Tengwar, a reference to his involvement in The Lord of the Rings and the fact that his character was one of the nine members of the Fellowship of the Ring.
He currently hosts the nature programme Wild Things with Dominic Monaghan (2012–present). When he was about 11 years old, his family moved from Germany to Heaton Moor in Stockport, England.
Monaghan will appear in Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker (2019), his character has not been revealed yet. Although Monaghan held many occupations when he was younger, he always wanted to be an actor. Anne's, Monaghan became a regular in school plays such as Oliver Twist, A Christmas Carol and Bugsy Malone before joining the Manchester Youth Theatre.