Goodfellas star Ray Liotta has died in his sleep in the Dominican Republic at the age of 67 where he was filming Dangerous Waters.
The legendary gangster actor passed away on the Caribbean island halfway through recording the movie about a sailing holiday spiraling out of control.
It is not yet clear what he died of or when but there is understood to be no suspicion of foul play. He leaves behind his fiance Jacy Nittolo as well as his daughter Karsen.
Liotta is best known for his breakout role in the renowned 1990 Martin Scorsese flick, “Goodfellas,” where he played New York mobster Henry Hill alongside Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.
The actor also had starring roles in “Cop Land,” “Blow,” “Marriage Story” and “Something Wild.”
We send our thoughts and prayers to his loved ones and family.
The Culture Keeper-