Joel Homan

Joel Homan (born November 1994) is a former American child actor. He is best known for his role as Dominic Hughes in the CBS sitcom Yes, Dear.

Joel Homan
Joel Homan

Years active1999–2006


Homan got his first acting role on an episode of the CBS series L.A. Doctors.[1] From there, he was cast on a new CBS sitcom Yes, Dear in 2000, beginning with the show's third episode until the series ended in 2006, playing the role of Dominic Hughes, the eldest child of Jimmy (Mike O'Malley) and Christine Hughes (Liza Snyder).[2] Despite being a child actor, he was credited as part of the main cast, unlike the other children in the series.[3] In 2003, he was cast in The Italian Job, the 2003 remake of the original film, playing the younger version of Mark Wahlberg's character Charlie Croker.[4]

In 2006, he was nominated for the award for the Best Performance in a TV series - Supporting Young Actor (Comedy) at the 27th Young Artist Awards for his performance on Yes, Dear, which was won by Angus T. Jones.[5]



Year Title Role Notes
1999L.A. DoctorsZach FieldEpisode: "Denial"
2000–2006Yes, DearDominic HughesMain Role, 103 episodes[6]
Nominated - Best Performance in a TV series - Supporting Young Actor (Comedy) (2006)


Year Title Role Notes
2003The Italian JobYoung CharlieFilm debut

Award Nominations

2006 Nominated Young Artist Awards Best Performance in a TV Series (Comedy): Supporting Young Actor Yes, Dear


  1. "Denial".
  2. The Complete Directory to Prime Time Network and Cable TV Shows, 1946-present. Ballantine Books. May 20, 2003. ISBN 9780345455420 via Google Books.
  3. "Yes, Dear - Characters".
  4. "The Italian Job". TV Guide.
  5. "27th Annual Young Artist Awards". Archived from the original on 2010-07-04. Retrieved 2011-03-31.
  6. "Joel Homan".
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