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Molly Bloom, another face Lasry easily recognized, made a living organizing private poker games, and was darting in and out from behind the scenes. Your email address will not be published.
His family was in the courtroom. The series premiered in late June with strong ratings for Showtime, and was renewed for a second season after only three episodes aired. But in April, he was arrested. Copyright Associated Press. But more than that, Bloom, 35, brought a core competence, a sense of ding that what you were doing was perfectly acceptable and legitimate. Some of the defendants are professional poker players.'Ray Donovan' executive producer Bryan Zuriff pleaded guilty to running an L.A. book. His operation catered to high-profile gamblers betting on. Hollywood producer, Bryan Zuriff, the executive behind Showtime's new drama "Ray Donovan," has been charged in a gambling scandal that's. when sentencing former “Ray Donovan” producer Bryan Zuriff. in a multi-national high stakes poker and sports betting ring with ties to the.