Who is Domenick Lombardozzi?
Domenick Lombardozzi is an American actor who is probably still best known for portraying the recurring role of Sgt. Thomas ‘Herc’ Hauk in the TV crime drama series “The Wire”. Additionally, he is widely recognized for appearing in movies such as “Find Me Guilty” (2006), “The Family” (2013), “Bridge of Spies” (2015) and “The Irishman” (2019).
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Domenico ‘Domenick’ Lombardozzi was born under the zodiac sign of Aries on the 25th March 1976, in New York City’s borough of The Bronx.
He is of American nationality and white ethnicity, with strong Italian ancestry through his parents.
There isn’t much relevant information regarding Domenick’s childhood, educational background as well as his personal life.
Lombardozzi dived into the movie-making industry at the age of 17, when in Robert De Niro’s directorial debut, he was cast in the role of gun dealer Nicky Zero in the 1993 crime drama film “A Bronx Tale”. After a four-year-long hiatus, in 1997 he appeared in the comedy film “Kiss Me, Guido” which was followed by appearances in movies “54” and “Side Streets”.
Domenick made his debut small screen appearance in 1999 in an episode of “Law & Order” TV series, after which he appeared in movies such as “Just One Time”, “For Love of the Game” and “The Young Girl and the Monsoon”.
Through the beginning of the 2000s Lombardozzi appeared in movies including “The Yards”, “Kate & Leopold” and “Phone Booth”, before starring in the leading role of the 2002 comedy drama film “Love in the Time of Money”. To greater prominence he came later in 2002, when he was cast for the recurring role of ‘Herc’ in the HBO two-time Primetime Emmy Award-nominated TV crime drama series “The Wire”.
In the course of the next couple of years, he appeared in 60 episodes through the show’s five seasons, before it was eventually called off in 2008. Concurrently he had a streak of notable supporting roles in movies such as “S.W.A.T.”, “Carlito’s Way: Rise to Power”, “Find Me Guilty”, as well as in “Freedomland” and “Miami Vice” in 2008.
In 2009 he appeared opposite Johnny Depp and Christian Bale in Michael Mann’s biographical crime drama movie “Public Enemies”, while in 2010 he featured in the comedy romantic film “How Do You Know” as well as in the TV series “24“.
From 2011 to 2012, Lombardozzi starred in the role of Ray Zancanelli in the television crime drama series “Breakout Kings”, before appearing in 2013 critically acclaimed films “Blood Ties” and “The Family”. Between 2013 and 2014 he portrayed the recurring character of Al Capone’s older brother Ralph Capone in the HBO’s two-time Golden Globe-winning TV period crime drama series “Boardwalk Empire”. For his performances, Domenick was honored with two nominations for the prestigious Screen Actors Guild Award, in 2014 and 2015.
In 2014 Lombardozzi appeared opposite Mark Wahlberg in the drama thriller movie “The Gambler” after which he made several guest appearances in TV series “The Good Wife” and “Daredevil”. In the following year, he appeared in the crime drama movie “The Wannabe” after which he appeared alongside Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg’s Oscar-winning blockbuster historical drama thriller “Bridge of Spies”. Later that year, he appeared as Dom in a couple of episodes of the children’s comedy series “The Adventures of Mr. Clown”.
Between 2015 and 2017 he portrayed Abraham Persikof in episodes of the TV crime drama series “Sneaky Pete” with Giovanni Ribisi in the title role. Additionally, in the same period, Domenick made a streak of small screen appearances in the role of Captain Ira Hornstock in the critically praised TV mystery crime series “Rosewood”. In 2017 he appeared in an episode of “MacGyver” TV series, after which he appeared in the biographical history drama film about Frank Sinatra and Ava Gardner entitled simply “Frank and Ava”.
Between 2018 and 2019 Lombardozzi had a streak of memorable supporting roles in popular TV crime drama series including as Sean ‘Mac’ McGrath opposite Liev Schreiber in “Ray Donovan”, starring as Benny Civello in “Power” as well as in the role of Sebastian Nuzo in “Magnum P.I.“. Into the limelight the 44-year-old actor stepped again in 2019 when he appeared alongside Liam Neeson in the action crime drama film “Cold Pursuit”, after which he was cast for the role of Fat Tony Salerno in Martin Scorsese’s 2019 three-and-a-half-hour-long masterpiece, the ten-time Oscar-nominated biographical crime drama movie “The Irishman”, featuring Al Pacino and Robert De Niro in the main roles.
Later in 2019, Lombardozzi made several small screen appearances in TV series such as “Yellowstone”, “The Deuce” and “Mrs. Fletcher”, while his most recent on-screen engagement is in the 2020 comedy drama movie “The King of Staten Island”, scheduled for release in mid-2020.
According to authoritative sources, it is estimated that the total size of Domenick Lombardozzi’s net worth, as of mid-2020, revolves around the sum of $1 million. It has been acquired completely through his professional on-screen acting career that is currently spanning almost three decades since 1993, during which he has so far added nearly 70 acting credits to his portfolio.