Actor Ray Liotta, finest identified for his roles in “Area of Goals” and “Goodfellas,” has died on the age of 67, in line with reviews Thursday.
Liotta’s publicist, Jennifer Allen, confirmed the circumstances of his demise to NBC News.
The Golden Globe-nominated actor was finest identified for taking part in American mobster Henry Hill within the 1990 Martin Scorsese-directed blockbuster “Goodfellas,” wherein he starred alongside actors Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci. He was additionally identified for his portrayal of Shoeless Joe Jackson within the 1989 sports activities movie “Area of Goals,” alongside Kevin Costner.
A few of his latest motion pictures embrace “Marriage Story,” wherein he portrayed an aggressive, high-powered Hollywood divorce lawyer, and the 2021 Sopranos prequel “The Many Saints of Newark.”
Liotta was on the island along with his fiancee, Jacy Nittolo, on the time of his demise, TMZ reported. He additionally leaves behind an grownup daughter.
It is a growing story. Verify again for updates.