Ray Liotta Net Worth
According To Uswhispers He was an American actor, producer, and director with a net worth of $14 million at the time of his death. After starring in Martin Scorsese's classic Mafia film GoodFellas, Liotta became a household name.
'Ray' was born Raymond Allen Liotta on the 18th of December of 1954 in Newark, NJ. The American Italian parents adopted Liotta and his sister when they were children. One of his life's most rewarding discoveries was discovering how much of a Scot he really was. While growing up, Liotta and his sister were surrounded by a strong Catholic faith, but they rarely went to church services.
Liotta attended the University of Miami after graduating from Union High School in 1973. The college's musical productions allowed him to practise his acting skills while pursuing a degree in fine arts.
Ray Liotta moved to New York City after graduating from college in order to pursue a career in acting. It was while serving drinks at the Broadway Theater in New York that he first made connections and secured an agent. Liotta made his name on television as Joey Perrini on the soap opera Another World, which aired between 1978 and 1981.
Moving to Los Angeles and concentrating on acting roles in films was a significant decision for Ray Liotta. The Lonely Lady and Something Wild were two of his first roles. The latter role earned him a nomination for a Golden Globe. During the 1989 filming of Field of Dreams, Liotta was cast as the ghost of Shoeless Joe Jackson.
When Martin Scorsese cast Liotta in the iconic mafia drama Goodfellas in 1990, it was probably the pinnacle of the actor's career. In the United States alone, the film brought in over $46 million. More than a few film critics agree that it is both one of the year's best and one of the best gangster films ever made.
Ray Liotta dies aged 67
At the age of 67, Ray Liotta has died.
During filming of Dangerous Waters in the Dominican Republic, Mr. Liotta died in his sleep. '
Actor known for roles in such films as "Goodfellas," "Field of Dreams," and "Blow." He died at the age of 69.