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Domenick Nati

Domenick Nati

Domenick Nati (born November 2, 1978) is a publicist, radio host, and tv producer. [1]


Nati is acquainted with Ted Nugent and Bill Cosby.


He was born in Buffalo, New York.


Domenick's astrological sign is Scorpio.

Television and Film Production

Nati moved to Charlotte, NC in August 2005.

After living in Charlotte for two weeks he was hired to work on Talladega Nights: The Ballad of Ricky Bobby to assist Judd Apatow.

After the film was completed, Nati began working on several television shows including: Deal or No Deal, Hell’s Kitchen, Flip That House, Beauty and the Geek, Making the Band, So You Think You Can Dance, and Bad Girls Club.

His success in television allowed him to obtain a lot of relationships in the media and he was later given the name “The King of Contacts”.


In 2006 Nati established Nati Celebrity Services, a public relations agency.

His first client was NBA player Brevin Knight.

He added other athletes Sterling Sharpe, Muggsy Bogues, and Kyle Busch.

He continued in sports by assisting with various NASCAR charities such as the Hendrick Marrow Program, Jimmie Johnson Foundation, and Jeff Gordon Children's Foundation.

In 2011, he moved into work with actors and recording artists such as: Boris Kodjoe, Warren G, Pauly Shore, Nia Peeples, and DMX.


Nati is widely known for his work with rapper DMX.

Nati began working with DMX in August 2011 after DMX’s prison release.

Nati is known to give statements to the media defending his client when he was in legal trouble.

Nati also arranged several TV appearances for DMX which included 106 & Park, MTV, Dr, Drew’s Lifechangers, and Dr. Phil.

The DomNnate Radio Show

In 2013 Nati created The DomNnate Radio show with Nate Foutz.

The show began in January 2013 on WKHF in Lynchburg, VA.

The show was known for its controversial celebrity interviews with Ted Nugent, Aubrey O’Day and Bill Cosby.

The show was cancelled in April 2013 due to its off-color comedy.

The Domenick Nati Show

In 2016 Nati returned to radio with his own show The Domenick Nati Show.

The show airs on Intellectual Radio in Chicago, IL and iHeart Radio.

The show is also known for its controversial celebrity interviews with Lauren Daigle, Todd Chrisley and Whoopi Goldberg who hung up on Domenick after being asked if she has ever been sexually harassed.


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