Ri Liota, the actor in "Good Comrades", has died.
The actor was born in 1954 and was placed in an orphanage. He was later adopted by a family, and died on Thursday at the age of 67. He died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic while filming his new film.
He entered acting at the University of Miami and continued his efforts to enter the cinema. Finally, in 1983, with Peter Cessadi's "The Lonely Lady," she landed her first film role. But "Something Wild", Jonathan Demi's 1986 film, was the first major film in which Liotta had the opportunity to act. She was nominated for a Golden Globe for this film. In the film, which was released in 1990, he played the role of Henry Gangster. In recent years, most of the negative character roles in the story have been left to Liota. "Shadows of the Blue", the 2016 product series of the Anubis network, was one of Liota's most important role-plays in recent years. In the series, she played Lieutenant Matt Wozniak alongside Jennifer Lopez.
Lyota's death was widely reported in Hollywood. "I feel deeply broken after hearing this horrible news about my Ray," said Lorraine Braco, who played Karen Hill in "Good Comrades."
"The Many Saints of Newark" (an introduction to the "Soprano Family" series) worked with Liota, saying after hearing the news of Liota's death: "The scenes we played together were always highlights of my career, it's too early." "Ray" "He's a rough man with a very emotional personality." Seth Rogen also tweeted: "I do not believe Ray Liotta is dead. He was a lovable, talented and funny person. "Working with him was one of the best pleasures of my career. He was a true myth with great skill and sobriety." Rogen co-starred with Liota in "Observation and Reporting" in 2009.
"Cocaine Bear," a horror film directed by Elizabeth Banks, is Liota's latest feature film. The terrifying film, starring Carrie Russell and Oshi Jackson Jr., is set to release in 2023.