Legendary Goodfellas actor Ray Liotta has died at 67 years old, according to Deadline.
Liotta reportedly died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting Dangerous Waters, a film also starring Saffron Burrows, Odeya Rush and Eric Dane.
The 67-year-old hit it big with Goodfellas, the Martin Scorsese gangster film in which he played Henry Hill, a real-life mobster. Liotta starred alongside Robert De Niro, Joe Pesci and Lorraine Bracco in the 1990 classic.
Ray Liotta's first acting credit game 10 years before that, and he did a lot of television work before becoming a movie star. Right before Goodfellas, he portrayed Shoeless Joe Jackson in Field of Dreams with Kevin Costner and James Earl Jones.
Liotta stayed busy throughout the years once he made it big and just recently made a triumphant return to his gangster roots with a key role in The Many Saints of Newark, the prequel film to The Sopranos. He also voiced mobster Tommy Vercetti in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City.
The actor had a number of projects in the works in addition to Dangerous Waters:
Liotta was on a big resurgence. Recent turns included The Many Saints of Newark, Marriage Story and No Sudden Move. He finished the Elizabeth Banks-directed Cocaine Bear and was due to star in the Working Title film The Substance opposite Demi Moore and Margaret Qualley.
He also starred with Taron Egerton in the Apple TV+ series Black Bird.
Ray Liotta leaves behind a daughter, Karsen, and he was engaged to Jacy Nittolo. RIP to a legend.