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Domenico "Domenick" Lombardozzi (/ˌlɒmbɑːrˈdzi/,[citation needed] Italian: [lombarˈdɔttsi]; born March 25, 1976) is an American actor from the Bronx, New York. He portrayed Herc in The Wire.

Domenick Lombardozzi
Born
Domenico Lombardozzi

(1976-03-25) March 25, 1976 (age 43)
OccupationActor
Years active1993–present

CareerEdit

Lombardozzi was cast in his first movie role at age seventeen, when Robert De Niro cast him in A Bronx Tale as a low level gun dealer named Nicky Zero. He is best known for playing Ray Zancanelli on the A&E television series Breakout Kings and for his roles on HBO programs such as Ralph Galino on Oz, Thomas "Herc" Hauk on The Wire, Dominick on Entourage, and Ralph Capone on Boardwalk Empire.

FilmographyEdit

FilmEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1993 A Bronx Tale Nicky Zero
1997 Kiss Me, Guido Joey Chips
1998 54 Key
1998 Side Streets Police Officer One
1999 Just One Time Cyrill
1999 For Love of the Game Tow Truck Driver
1999 The Young Girl and the Monsoon Frankie
2000 The Yards Todd
2001 Kate & Leopold Counterman Uncredited
2002 Love in the Time of Money Eddie Iovine
2002 Phone Booth Wyatt
2003 S.W.A.T. GQ
2005 Carlito's Way: Rise to Power Artie Bottolota, Jr. Video
2006 Find Me Guilty Jerry McQueen
2006 Freedomland Leo Sullivan
2006 Miami Vice Detective Stan Switek
2008 Sympathetic Details Vincent
2009 Public Enemies Gilbert Catena
2010 How Do You Know Bullpen Pitcher
2012 Life's a Beach Schmitty
2013 Blood Ties Mike
2013 The Family Caputo
2014 God's Pocket Sal
2014 The Gambler Ernie
2015 The Wannabe Mickey
2015 Bridge of Spies Agent Blasco
2019 Cold Pursuit Mustang
2019 The Irishman Anthony "Fat Tony" Salerno
2020 Untitled Judd Apatow/Pete Davidson film In post-production
TBA Boogie In post-production
Key
  Denotes films that have not yet been released

TelevisionEdit

Year Title Role Notes
1999 Law & Order Jason Vitone Episode: "Ambitious"
2000 The Beat Episode: "The Beat Goes On"
2000 Oz Ralph Galino 2 episodes
2001 61* Moose Skowron Television film
2001 NYPD Blue Max Legazi Episode: "Johnny Got His Gold"
2001 Third Watch Det. Barry Newcastle Episode: "Childhood Memories"
2002–08 The Wire Thomas "Herc" Hauk 51 episodes
2004 The Jury Marcus Peluso Episode: "Too Jung to Die"
2005 Law & Order: Trial by Jury Joe Petro Episode: "Blue Wall"
2006–08 Entourage Dom 3 episodes
2007 The Man Cueball Television film
2008 Finnegan Detective Tony Carbo Television film
2008 SIS Vic Television film
2009 Law & Order: Criminal Intent Frank Stroup Episode: "Astoria Helen"
2010 24 John Mazoni Episode: "Day 8: 6:00 p.m. – 7:00 p.m."
2010 Bored to Death Eric Episode: "The Gowanus Canal Has Gonorrhea!"
2011–12 Breakout Kings Ray Zancanelli[1] 23 episodes
2013 Chicago Fire Lucci Episode: "A Hell of a Ride"
2013 Blue Bloods Lt. Sutton Episode: "Ties That Bind"
2013–14 Boardwalk Empire Ralph Capone 13 episodes
2014 The Michael J. Fox Show Ted Episode: "Party"
2014 Deadbeat Mikey O'Shmidt Episode: "Sixty Feet Under"
2015 The Good Wife Bill Kroft Episode: "Hail Mary"
2015 Daredevil Bill Fisk Episode: "Shadows in the Glass"
2015–17 Rosewood Capt. Ira Hornstock 43 episodes
2015–17 Sneaky Pete Abraham Persikof 2 episodes
2017 Doubt Jerry Episode: "Pilot"
2018 Somebody Feed Phil Himself Episode: "New York City"[2]
2018 Magnum P.I. Sebastian Nuzo 3 episodes
2018–19 Ray Donovan NYPD Officer Sean "Mac" McGrath 10 episodes
2018 Power Benny Episode: "A Changed Man?"
2019 The Deuce Jack Maple Episode: "The Camera Loves You"

ReferencesEdit

  1. ^ ANDREEVA, NELLIE (May 17, 2012). "A&E's 'Breakout Kings' Cancelled After Two Seasons". Deadline. Retrieved May 17, 2012.
  2. ^ "All the NYC eats featured in Netflix's 'Somebody Feed Phil'". am New York. Retrieved June 27, 2019.

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