THE POP EXPOSE – Remembering Ray Liotta!

Hello everyone, today we are remembering Ray Liotta. Ray Liotta born December 1954 in Newark, NJ passed away at the age of 67. Liotta graduated from Union High school and went to the University of Miami to study acting. There he performed in plays such as Oklahoma and The Sound of Music. Liotta started out on the day time soap opera Another World where he worked from 1978 to 1981. Liotta worked through the 80s and landed a roll in Field of Dreams.

Shortly after he got the roll of Henry Hill in Good Fella’s. Along side Joe Pesci and Robert De Niro his performance cemented his legacy in the film industry. He had played many rolls over the years such as Paul Krendler in Hannibal, Jack in Wild Hogs, and played twin brothers in The many Saints of Newark. He was also in a couple Muppet Movies. He has several appearances in TV shows over the years like Just Shoot Me and Hanna Montana. Along with acting Liotta also did a lot of voice acting in shows such as Family Guy, SpongeBob, Phineas and Ferb, and the Simpsons.

He also voiced Tommy Vercetti in GTA. He said in an interview that he loved playing different rolls. He was a well rounded actor and still had several productions in the works. Liotta leaves this world way to soon and he will be missed by many. His legacy will live on in all his performances. RIP Mr. Liotta.


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