Ray Liotta Death

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Ray Liotta, Star of Goodfellas, Dead at 67. The actor also recently starred in films like The Many Saints of Newark and Marriage Story.

Ray Liotta, the charismatic wiseguy star of classic films like Goodfellas, has died. He was 67 years old.

The actor reportedly died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he had been shooting the film Dangerous Waters. Liotta’s rep Jennifer Craig confirmed the actor’s death to the Hollywood Reporter.

At the time of his death, Liotta was busy acting in a handful of films and had recently wrapped production on a number of other projects, including the forthcoming AppleTV series Black Bird.

Liotta, a seasoned actor whose career spanned four decades, turned in a number of memorable supporting performances in the last few years alone. In Noah Baumbach’s Oscar-nominated drama Marriage Story, he played a vicious lawyer going toe to toe with Laura Dern. In The Many Saints of Newark, a prequel film to the beloved HBO series The Sopranos, he played a New Jersey mafioso.

Ray Liotta, an actor known for Goodfellas, has died. The actor died Thursday at age 67, Deadline and TMZ report. Liotta reportedly died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was filming Dangerous Waters.

TMZ reports Liotta’s death was not suspicous, and “no foul play is suspected.”

Over his decades-long career, Liotta starred in hits like Field of Dreams, Unlawful Entry, Copland, Hannibal and Something Wild, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination for his role as Ray Sinclair. While he built an impressive list of credits, his most famous role was playing mobster Henry Hill in Goodfellas, the 1990 Martin Scorcese drama where he starred alongside Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.

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