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Ray Zancanelli (Character)
from "Breakout Kings" (2011)

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Breakout Kings: Season 2: Episode 9 -- Max Doyle was an orphan raised in the circus with an ax to grind. All his life Max has felt a lack of belonging, a feeling that was only partially assuaged by turning himself into a premiere escape artist.

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Tough and gruff -- at least upon first glance -- Ray Zancanelli is a former Deputy U.S... See more »


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  1. "Breakout Kings"
        - Served Cold (2012) TV episode, Played by Domenick Lombardozzi
        - Freakshow (2012) TV episode, Played by Domenick Lombardozzi
        - SEALd Fate (2012) TV episode, Played by Domenick Lombardozzi
        - Ain't Love (50) Grand? (2012) TV episode, Played by Domenick Lombardozzi
        - I Smell Emmy (2012) TV episode, Played by Domenick Lombardozzi
          (18 more)

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From "Breakout Kings: The Bag Man (#1.3)" (2011)
Susan Dannon: I still can't believe the news about Wayne and Rod.
Ray Zancanelli: Any information you have on them, even if you think it's minor, could be important.
Susan Dannon: Well I really didn't know them that well. They were fine workers, but they quit, job just wasn't the right fit.
Lloyd Lowery: Mmm, that's a lie.
Susan Dannon: Excuse me?
Lloyd Lowery: The work up we did on both these guys shows a failure to graduate high school and very limited work experience. So scrubbing bed pans and changing sheets was about the best they could hope for. There's no way they quit because it didn't fit.
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