Ray Liotta died at the age of 67; Celebrities mourned the departure of the actor – from

Ray Liotta (Photo: clone)

Ray Liotta (Photo: clone)

the actor Ray Liotta He died at the age of 67 in the Dominican Republic. According to the site TMZHe was shooting a movie called dangerous waterAnd he died while sleeping.

He was accompanied by the bride, Jesse Nitoloduring filming. Liotta is known as O starsgood companionsmovie from Martin Scorsesefrom 1990. In it, he worked alongside Robert De Niro And Joe Pesci.

Liotta has also acted in films such as Corinna, the perfect nanny (1994), field of dreams (1989), risk profession (2001), Hannibal (2001), identification (2003), bikers Wild (2007), mafia man (2012), Many Saints in Newark (2021).

Gacy and Ray got engaged in 2020. He leaves his daughter, Carson Liottafrom his previous marriage to Michelle Grace.

See photos and celebrity tributes to the actor:

Ray Liotta wears Corinna, the perfect nanny with Whoopi Goldberg (Image: Disclosure)

Ray Liotta wears Corinna, the perfect nanny with Whoopi Goldberg (Image: Disclosure)

Gacy Nitolo and Ray Liotta (Image: Getty Images)

Gacy Nitolo and Ray Liotta (Image: Getty Images)

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Lauren BraccoAnd actress and partner of Liotta in Good Companions
“I am absolutely disappointed to hear this terrible news about my ray. I could be anywhere in the world and people would see and say their favorite movie is It’s Goodfellas. And they always ask what was the best part about making this movie. My answer has always been the same… Ray Liotta.”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Jamie Lee Curtis, actress
“Ray Liotta died. His work as an actor showed how complex he is as a human being. A gentleman. So sad to hear that.”

Taron EgertonAnd the actor and his son in the unpublished series blackbird
“I stepped onto the set of ‘Black Bird’ in May of last year, so excited to be working with Ray Liotta and even more excited to play my dad. He was where he was. He protected his energy and his performance. He approached him because he didn’t want to intrude. To say a word. It was a long hug. But it wasn’t annoying. We talked to each other like characters on day one. I followed his lead. I think he wanted us to be father and son before we were mates. What followed was a profound experience for me. To me as an actor I’ve never felt an easy and warm relationship with another artist He was so generous He went in a direction He followed me Always danced Always listens He never invents my self I’m so proud of my next project It was hard work And it was my pleasure I’m glad to have so many amazing scene partners, but I will always be proud of my scenes with Ray;The relationship we built seemed real in a weird way.When I first saw our series, I texted him saying I think his performance is beautiful and that I’m very proud of our work.His response was, “You made it easy to love my son.” Ray, the feeling was very mutual. we will miss you.”

Viola Davis, actress
“RIP Ray Liotta. Love his job!”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Jamie Lee Curtis: Farewell to Ray Liotta (Image: giving birth to Twitter)

Jamie Lee Curtis: Farewell to Ray Liotta (Image: giving birth to Twitter)

Josh Brolin, Actor
“My friend. My friend. How is it so soon? Why? I’m going to miss you. I’ll think about seeing you so much at Gold’s, talking about what to do next, and how to find something together. I’ve always liked you—the work has always been so great, but the guy who stood out Its always among the rest. Yes, I will miss you my friend. Until we meet again, wherever they say. #riprayliotta.”

Alessandro Nivola, actor
“RIP, Ray Liotta. I feel so lucky to have encountered this legend in one of his last roles. The scenes we did together were among the highlights of my acting career. He was dangerous, unpredictable, hilarious and generous with the praise of other actors” .

David Scott, musician
“Rest in peace, Ray Liotta.”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

David Scott: Goodbye to Ray Liotta (Image: Twitter clone)

David Scott: Goodbye to Ray Liotta (Image: Twitter clone)

Piers Morgan, presenter
“RIP Ray Liotta, 67. Brilliant actor. Loved him Good Companions. Sad news.”

Jeff Daniel Phillips, Actor
“This surprised me, as did most of our favorite shows he’s given us. Rest in peace #RayLiotta”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Matt Oswalt, screenwriter
“RIP, Ray Liotta. I hope they don’t serve egg noodles and ketchup in heaven.”

Devon Sawa, actor
“I try not to say goodbye, but Ray Liotta was really one of my favorite actors to watch. He had a magnetic pull in his performance, which is part of the reason for that.” Good Companions still restricted Aliens Like my all time favorite movie). This loss does more harm than usual.”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Rosanna Arquette, actress
“I am so sad to hear that Ray Liotta is gone. He was a friend from the past which is so sad. We had so many laughs. Rest in peace my friend.”

Kristen Chenoweth, actress
“RIP, my dear buddy Ray Liotta. I loved you. I loved meeting you all those years ago.”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Carrie Elwes, Actor
“So sad to hear this morning of the death of #RayLiotta. An extraordinary talent whose amazing performance left an indelible mark on the screen. Our deepest condolences to his family. RIP, Ray.”

Peter Atencio, Director
“When I was 19, I worked on a Q&A for NARC in Arclight. Ray Liotta was incredibly kind to everyone, even the amazing kid (me) who couldn’t help but awkwardly talk to one of his favorite actors. The man is a legend and leaves a legacy. A long run of great performances. RIP.”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Jeffrey Wright, actor
“Ray Liotta. Dude. I first met the guy last year. Great actor. Nice to have the chance to tell him that. RIP.

James Mangold, Film Producer
“Shocked and heartbroken to learn of Ray Liotta’s death. In addition to the rough exterior of his characters and the emotions contained, he was a kind, jovial, emotional collaborator and a great actor. RIP.”

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Celebrities mourn the death of Ray Liotta (Image: Playback / Twitter)

Jeff Daniel Phillips says goodbye to Ray Liotta (Image: Instagram clone)

Jeff Daniel Phillips says goodbye to Ray Liotta (Image: Instagram clone)

Josh Brolin says goodbye to Ray Liotta (Image: Instagram clone)

Josh Brolin says goodbye to Ray Liotta (Image: Instagram clone)

Ray Liotta (Image: Getty Images)

Ray Liotta (Image: Getty Images)

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