Domenick Lombardozzi is an American actor. His acting career started in the 1990s, debuting in the 1993 film A Bronx Tale. He later had roles in the films Kiss Me, Guido, 54, Just One Time, and The Young Girl and the Monsoon. On television, he first guest-starred in Law & Order. In the 2000s, he played Ralph Galino in the TV series Oz, as well as played Moose Skowron in the TV movie 61*.
Between 2002 and 2008, he became widely known for his role as Thomas “Herc” Hauk in the acclaimed HBO series The Wire. Also, he played recurring role Dom in Entourage. During this period, Lombardozzi also had performances in the films The Yards, Love in the Time of Money, S.W.A.T., Freedomland, Miami Vice, and Public Enemies. More recently, he played Anthony “Fat Tony” Salerno in Martin Scorsese’s The Irishman. Back on TV, he’s also played Ray Zancanelli in Breakout Kings and Ralph Capone in Boardwalk Empire.