Ray Liotta, ‘Goodfellas’ star, dies at age of 67.


Ray Liotta, the entertainer known for his jobs in “Field of Dreams” and the Martin Scorsese mob classic “Goodfellas,” has passed on.

He was 67.

Cutoff time hears that Liotta died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting the film, Dangerous Waters.

Brought into the world in Newark, New Jersey, Liotta was the embraced child of Alfred and Mary Liotta, who also adopted a daughter, Linda.
He went to Union High School where he succeeded at sports and proceeded to go to the University of Miami. He concentrated on the show and was projected in his most memorable play, “Cabaret.”
Following his school graduation, Liotta moved to New York City where he got work in plugs and was given a role as Joey Perrini on the daytime drama.

While better known for his big-screen jobs, Liotta likewise featured with Taron Egerton in the Apple TV+ series Black Bird, repeated on Prime Video’s Hanna, fronted the 2006 CBS crime drama Smith and featured inverse Jennifer Lopez in the 2016-18 NBC police dramatization Shades of Blue.

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