Ray Liotta, best known for the 1990 Martin Scorsese crime classic Goodfellas, Field Of Dreams and Cop Land, has died. He was 67.
Its been reported that Liotta died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting the film Dangerous Waters. We will have more details when they become available.
As reported by Deadline, Liotta was on a big resurgence. Recent turns included The Many Saints of Newark, Marriage Story — for which he shared a 2020 ensemble Indie Spirit Award— and No Sudden Move. He finished the Elizabeth Banks-directed Cocaine Bear and was due to star in the Working Title film The Substance opposite Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley.
He also recently was set to executive produce the A&E docuseries Five Families, about the dramatic rise and fall of the New York’s mafia’s Genovese, Gambino, Bonnano, Colombo and Lucchese families.
Liotta leaves behind a daughter, Karsen. He was engaged to be married to Jacy Nittolo.
We at CritiX would like extend our deepest condolences to Ray's friends and family.