Ray Liotta has died, his rep confirmed to The Hollywood Reporter today. He was 67.
The “Goodfellas” star died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic where he was filming a new movie titled ”Dangerous Waters.”
TMZ also reported that no one suspects foul play in the actor’s shocking death.
Liotta is survived by his 23-year-old daughter, Karsen, and fiancée Jacy Nittolo, who was with him while filming.
Reps for Liotta didn’t immediately return Page Six’s request for comment.
Liotta recently embarked on a career resurgence in Hollywood, having appeared in “The Many Saints of Newark” (2021), “Marriage Story” (2019) and “No Sudden Move” (2021). The iconic actor became a household name after starring in Kevin Costner’s “Field of Dreams” (1989) as Shoeless Joe Jackson.
“Yeah, I’m not complaining. But I worked for it,” he told The Post of his Liottassaince.
“I had to live through a period where things were down instead of up. I’ve definitely had an up-and-down career. But I’m extremely persistent and competitive where I just wanted to get to a certain place again.”