Ray Liotta dead: Goodfellas actor and Field of Dreams star ‘dies in his sleep’ aged 67
26th May 2022

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Ray Liotta has died aged 67. The Hollywood star reportedly died in his sleep, according to news outlet Deadline.

 

The star reportedly died in the Dominican Republic where he was shooting the upcoming film, Dangerous Waters, according to the publication.

A cause of death has not been given by the outlet.

His fiance Jacy Nittolo was said to be with him while he was filming.

The star was most known for his roles as Henry Hill in hit film Goodfellas, Shoeless Joe Jackson in Field of Dreams and Tommy Vercetti in the video game, Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.

Liotta was born in New Jersey in 1954 and was soon abandoned at an orphanage.

He was adopted at the age of six and went on to study acting at the University of Miami where he also performed in musicals.

The star made his film debut in 1983’s The Lonely Lady but his first major acting role was in 1986 film Something Wild as Ray Sinclair.

It landed him his first Golden Globe nomination for Best Supporting Actor.

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