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In pictures: Ray Liotta’s life on the screen

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Ray Liotta appears in one his most memorable roles as real-life mobster Henry Hill in the 1990 film “Goodfellas.”

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Updated 2:59 PM ET, Thu May 26, 2022

Ray Liotta appears in one his most memorable roles as real-life mobster Henry Hill in the 1990 film “Goodfellas.”

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Ray Liotta, the actor known for his roles in “Field of Dreams” and the Martin Scorsese mob classic “Goodfellas,” died at the age of 67, it was reported on Thursday, May 25.

Liotta’s many film and television credits include “John Q,” “Blow,” “Operation Dumbo Drop,” “Shades of Blue” and “Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt.” More recently, Liotta narrated the TV docuseries “The Making of the Mob” and starred in “The Many Saints of Newark,” the prequel film to the hit television mob series “The Sopranos.”

Liotta appears alongside Mealnie Griffith in the 1986 film “Something Wild.” Liotta’s performance as crazed ex-con Ray Sinclair proved to be a breakthrough role for him and earned him a Golden Globe nominations for best supporting actor.

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Liotta makes an acclaimed performance as baseball player “Shoeless” Joe Jackson in the 1989 box office hit “Field of Dreams” alongside Kevin Costner.

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Liotta in “Unlawful Entry” (1992).

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Liotta, Michael Rapaport and Sylvester Stallone appear in “Cop Land” (1997).

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From left, Joe Mantegna, Liotta, Don Cheadle and Angus MacFadyen in “The Rat Pack” (1998).

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Liotta in “Blow” (2001).

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Liotta and Anthony Hopkins in “Hannibal” (2001).

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Liotta and Robert Duvall appear in “John Q” (2002).

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Liotta appears alongside John Cusack in “Identity” (2003).

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Liotta is seen in 2012’s “Killing Them Softly.”

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Liotta in “The Place Beyond The Pines” (2012).

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Liotta and Jennifer Lopez in the series “Shades of Blue” (2015).

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Liotta appears in “Marriage Story” (2019).

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