Goodfellas Star Ray Liotta Dies At 67

By  Rajnish  kumar

JMay  26, 2022

Actor Ray Liotta has passed away. According to her publicist, Jennifer Allen, 

Liotta was shooting the film Dangerous Waters in the Dominican Republic when she died in her sleep. He was 67 years old.

Ray Liotta is perhaps best known for his role as Henry Hill in the 1990 Martin Scorsese film Goodfellas, where he helped shape the idea of ​​a gangster film for years to come.

Ray Liotta was born in 1954 in Newark, NJ. Happened in. He grew up in a nearby union after being adopted by the Liotta family.

He began acting at the University of Miami, where he majored in drama. After graduation,

He had small roles in various commercials and TV shows, but his breakout turn was in 1986's Something Wild, directed by Jonathan Demme.

From there he played the ghost of baseball legend Shoeless Joe Jackson in Field of Dreams, after which he was cast in Goodfellas.

Although Henry Hill was Liotta's most iconic role, he continued to star in films such as Corrina, Corrina, Cop Land, and The Rat Pack throughout his life.

In 2002, he starred in the hit video game Grand Theft Auto: Vice City as Tommy Versetti, a mobster who rises up the ranks of the game's criminal empire.

In 2005, Liotta won an Emmy for a guest spot on the hospital drama ER, playing Charlie Metcalf, an alcoholic ex-convict who tries to reconnect with his son.

More recently, Liotta brought her signature intensity to Shades of Blue, where she starred alongside Jennifer Lopez.

The crime show ran for three seasons between 2016 and 2018.

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