Fully Vaccinated Goodfellas Star Ray Liotta, 67, Dies in His Sleep

Actor Ray Liotta, whose career breakout came in the Martin Scorsese crime classic Goodfellas, has died.

It is not yet clear what he died of or when but there is understood to be no suspicion of foul play.

The 67-year-old passed away in his sleep in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting the film Dangerous Waters.
The legendary actor was reportedly halfway through recording the movie.

Liotta leaves behind a daughter, Karsen, whon he shares with his ex-wife. He was engaged to Jacy Nittolo, a mother of four.

Playing the real-life mobster Henry Hill, Liotta shot to stardom in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas,” which revolutionized the gangster genre and received heaps of critical and commercial success.

He also played real-life MLB star Shoeless Joe Jackson in “Field of Dreams,” opposite Kevin Costner. The film also earned three Oscar nominations, including a best picture nod, and has gone down as one of the most beloved sports movies in history.