People are sharing their favorite Ray Liotta scenes after star's death

5/27/2022 8:45:00 AM

People are sharing their favorite Ray Liotta scenes after star's death

People are sharing their favorite Ray Liotta scenes after star's death

American actor and producer Ray Liotta has died at the age of 67, according to his publicist. Jennifer Allen announced that the star had died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic while filming his new movie Dangerous Waters. The actor was best known for his roles in Something Wild, Goodfellas, Fie...

, Shades of Blue , and more.: Stars honor the Goodfellas actor after he passes away.: Stars honor the Goodfellas actor after he passes away.People magazine.

The New Jersey-born actor was known for his portrayal of characters in crime movies and shows.In the wake of the news, there's been an outpouring of grief from fans and fellow actors who have taken to Twitter to share their favorite Liotta scenes of all time.Sign up for our new free Indy100 weekly newsletter Perhaps there was no better-known role of Liotta's than that of Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese's 1990 biographical gangster film Goodfellas Actress Lorraine Bracco, who portrayed Hill's wife in Goodfellas tweeted her condolences to the actor on Thursday adding, "I can be anywhere in the world & people will come up & tell me their favorite movie is Goodfellas.Then they always ask what was the best part of making that movie.My response has always been the same…Ray Liotta.He went onto star in Field of Dreams in 1989 before taking on the role of Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas.

" \u201cRIP Ray Liotta.One of the best performances and narrations in film history \u2764\ufe0f\u201d — Martino (@Martino) \u201cRIP, Ray Liotta.\n\nGoodFellas(1990).\n\nAs Henry Hill with Joe Pesci as Tommy DeVito in the iconic \u201cFunny Guy\u201d scene.\nhttps://t.Ray Liotta and Lorraine Bracco in Goodfellas Photograph: Warner Bros/Sportsphoto/Allstar The following decade included roles in Ridley Scott’s Hannibal, Joe Carnahan’s Narc and an Emmy for a guest appearance on ER.

co/KOCGkcgKvT\u201d — Boston Radio Watch\u00ae (@Boston Radio Watch\u00ae) In the beloved baseball film Field of Dreams, Liotta portrayed 'Shoeless Joe' based on the real-life baseball player Joe Jackson who was nicknamed Shoeless Joe.Liotta is best known for his line at the end of the film, "if you can build it, he will come".The movie was nominated for an Academy Award and was selected for preservation in the United States National Film Registry by the as "culturally, historically, or aesthetically significant in 2017.\u201cRest In Peace, Ray Liotta\u201d — Baseball Quotes (@Baseball Quotes) 1653582083 \u201cRay Liotta had the stuff -- it's amazing this Newark kid knew how to cement the mythic with the everyday in this great performance as Shoeless Joe Jackson.\n\n"Field of Dreams" (1989) dir.Despite being known for his tough guy roles, Liotta has admitted that he is far from what people see him as.

Phil Alden Robinson\n\n(@MattRSays @WelshBluesman)\u201d — Bill Scurry: Model Citizen, Zero Discipline (@Bill Scurry: Model Citizen, Zero Discipline) Liotta's breakout film was Jonathan Demme's 1986 film Something Wild where Liotta portrayed Ray Sinclair.For his role, Liotta won a Boston Society Film Critic award and was nominated for a Golden Globe award.\u201cI\u2019ll never forget seeing Ray Liotta in Something Wild for the first time.There was such an energy and a presence that just sparked off the screen.He was always an underrated actor.Jamie Lee Curtis, who starred with Liotta in 1988 drama Dominic and Eugene, that “his work as an actor showed his complexity as a human being” and that he was “a gentle man”.

Sad loss today.\u201d — Brian Tallerico (@Brian Tallerico) Many fans shared their beloved film memories of Liotta which included the Muppets From Space.

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Too soon. I met him once in the Dorchester London when he was staying there during filming. He was just as cool in real life as in the movies.

Ray Liotta tributesJamie Lee Curtis said, 'His work as an actor showed his complexity as a human being. A gentle man. So sad to hear.' And Viola Davis shared, 'RIP Ray Liotta!! Loved your work (heart emoji).'

Ray Liotta tributesJamie Lee Curtis said, 'His work as an actor showed his complexity as a human being. A gentle man. So sad to hear.' And Viola Davis shared, 'RIP Ray Liotta!! Loved your work (heart emoji).' Wow Whatttt 😲 Oh No 😪😥, I loved him ,he was fab in Goodfellow s, intact loved him in everything, I cant believe this 💔RIP RAY

Ray Liotta, star of Goodfellas and Field of Dreams, dies aged 67The actor, whose films also include Something Wild and Hannibal, died in his sleep while shooting his latest project in the Dominican Republic Shame was a brilliant actor rest in peace. Finally the Bees can rest easy! many movies will be less

Ray Liotta, star of Goodfellas and Field of Dreams, dies aged 67The actor, whose films also include Something Wild and Hannibal, died in his sleep while shooting his latest project in the Dominican Republic oh shit mrjamesob 😢 sad news Too young

Goodfellas star Ray Liotta dies at the age of 67Actor Ray Liotta has passed away at the age of 67 👇 Oh dear

Goodfellas Star Ray Liotta Has Died, Aged 67Ray was best known for his performance in films like Goodfellas, Field Of Dreams and Something Wild. mrjamesob - I thought you needed to know this. SophiaSleigh Sad 😢 was an amazing actor He had a dangerous, unpredictable quality in 'Something Wild' that immediately stood out.