Legendary ‘Goodfellas’ actor Ray Liotta dies at 67

Legendary actor Ray Liotta has died at the age of 67.

He reportedly died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic while filming “Dangerous Waters,” according to his agent.

Best known for his role in Martin Scorcese’s classic “Goodfellas”, Liotta has starred in numerous films over the years, including “Field of Dreams”, “Blow”, “Revolver”, “Smokin’ Aces”, “Hannibal”, ” The Place Beyond the Pines”, “Marriage Story”, “Cop Land” and “The Many Saints of Newark”.

The Newark, New Jersey native began acting in 1978 taking several roles in soap operas before landing a lead role in “Something Wild”, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination in 1987. He starred as Shoeless Joe Jackson in “Something Wild”, which earned him a Golden Globe nomination in 1987. Field of Dreams” in 1989 before earning worldwide acclaim as Henry Hill in “Goodfellas” in 1990.

He also won a Primetime Emmy in 2005 for Outstanding Guest Actor in “ER”, and voiced the main character in “Grand Theft Auto: Vice City”.

Liotta leaves behind his daughter, Karsen, and his fiancée Jacy Nittolo.

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