Domenic Lombardozzi is an American actor of Italian descent. Viewers know him as Thomas from The Wire and Zankanelli from Escape Kings. He also played Ralph Capone in the series Boardwalk Empire.
Domenic Lombardozzi's real name is Domenico. He was born on March 25, 1976. Domenic was born in New York. Earlier, his ancestors emigrated from Italy. Domenic's parents had three children, among whom he was the last to be born. The actor does not cover his personal life. There is practically no information about his wife and children on the Internet and social networks. The actor does not maintain public accounts on social networks, like many of his colleagues.
Domenic has starred in dozens of films. Among them are serials and feature films of almost all genres. Lombardozzi is a versatile actor, but due to his brutal appearance, he often plays in crime films. Domenik - rather tall, large, bald - easily plays aggressive-minded characters. Interestingly, he got into the cinema by a fluke. In 1993, the famous actor and director Robert De Niro was looking for a role in his crime drama "The Bronx Story" for a young man of Italian descent. Domenic came up to him and got the role of Nicky Zero. Prior to this, Lombardozzi's filmography included only a small episode in the detective series Law & Order. He played Jason Wheatone in it. He then landed the role of Max Legati in the NYPD TV series.
In 1997, Domenic was invited to the comedy "Kiss Me Guido". The film stars Nick Scotty from Sex and the City, Anthony Barril, Anthony DeSando from The Sopranos and Craig Chester. The film was presented at the San Francisco International LGBT Film Festival. The film was also seen by viewers from Germany, Great Britain, Iceland, Spain and Australia.
Later, Domenic got the role of Ralph Galino in the TV series Prison OZ. This crime thriller tells the story of a high security state correctional facility. The series was nominated for an Emmy. In the 1990s, Domenic played Kay in Studio 54, a police officer in Backyards of New York, Cyril in Just Once, and a truck driver in For the Love of the Game. He can also be seen in the TV series "The Third Shift" and in the title role in the film "A Young Girl and the Rainy Season."
In the 2000s, Lombardozzi starred in many TV series: "Blow", "Law and Order. Malicious Intent”,“24 Hours”,“Wiretapping”,“Jury”,“Handsome”,“Law & Order: Trial by Jury”,“Kill the Boredom”,“The Good Wife”. He also played Todd in Yards, Eddie in Love in a Time When Money Matters, Artie in Carlito's Way 2: Rise to Power, Jerry in Find Me Guilty, Leo in The Other Side of the Truth ", A detective in the film" Miami Police: Department of Morals ", Gilbert in" Johnny D. ". Domenica can be seen in the films "Telephone Booth", "S. W. A. T.: Special Forces of the City of Angels" and "Man".
Domenic then played Ralph in Boardwalk Empire, which ran from 2010 to 2014, Sutton in the drama Blue Blood, which viewers have been watching since 2010, and Pitcher in the 2010 film Who Knows …. Later, Domenic was invited to the TV series "Escape Kings". He got the role of Ray. In 2012, he starred in the drama Honeymoon, Chicago on Fire, and a year later appeared in Blood Ties as Mike and in the TV series Ray Donovan, as well as the action movie Malavita. In the same year, Lombardozzi was invited to The Michael J. Fox Show and The Wannabe.
2014 brought the Italian roles in the films “God's Pocket”, the TV series “Loafer”, the drama “Power in the Night City”, the film “The Gambler”, the TV movie The Winklers. Then he began work on the TV series "Daredevil", "Sneaky Pete" and "Rosewood". In parallel, he starred in the film "Spy Bridge" as Agent Blasco. In 2016, filming began on the New Agent MacGyver series with Domenic's participation. A year later, he got into the series "Doubt" and the drama "Deuce". Among the latest roles of the actor - the 2018 series "Yellowstone", "Private detective Magnum". In 2019, he could be seen in the thriller The Snow Blower, The Irishman and the TV series Mrs. Fletcher.
Domenic has worked with directors such as Adam Bernstein, Alex Zakrzewski, Gloria Muzio, Clark Johnson, Jean De Segonzac, Edward Bianchi, Nick Gomez, Jim McKay and Nelson McCormick. Also in several of his films he was invited by Steve Shill, Karen Gaviola, Rosemary Rodriguez, Leslie Libman. Peter Gerety, Jimmy Palumbo, Jack O'Connell, Roger Brenner, Lenny Venito, William Walters and David Zayas often became his co-stars on the set.
Also among his fellow actors are John Doman, Peter McRobby, Chance Kelly. Brian Tarantina, Terry Serpico, David Aaron Baker, Doris McCarthy, Luis Vanaria, David Boston, Derrick Simmons, Mark Lotito and Ed Moran have starred in several films with Domenic. Lombardozzi can be seen in some TV series with actors such as Peter Jacobson, Lee Tergesen, Reg E. Cathy, Michael Gaston, David Vadim, Nick Sandow, Boris MacGyver, Peter Eppel, John Rothman, William Hill and Mike Houston. Lombardozzi's frequent colleagues also include Victor Verhak, Jeffrey Cantor, Paul Borghese, Jaime Tirelli, Michael Mulcheren, Daryl Edwards, Felix Solis, Anthony Mangano, Armand Schultz, Harry Pastore, Tracy Howe and Bill Swikovski.