Ray Liotta, star of 'Goodfellas' and 'Field of Dreams,' dies at 67

Ray Liotta, who became a gangster-movie icon in "Goodfellas" and brought a old-time baseball legend back to life in

the actor had a breakthrough role in Martin Scorsese's mob classic "Goodfellas"

spinoff "The Many Saints of Newark." In 2021, Liotta told USA TODAY that he turned down a part in the original HBO

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“Ray seems to be a rather quiet man,” Chase told USA TODAY.

Marriage Story," "No Sudden Move" and the Apple TV+ series "Black Bird."

During his senior year of high school, the drama teacher asked him if he wanted to be in a play.

He’d go on to study acting at the University of Miami and after graduation,