Ray Liotta’s fianc భార్యe, Jesse Nieto, shared a tragic update about life, paying tribute to the late actor who posted on Instagram almost a month after he died in his sleep while working on a movie in the Dominican Republic. Leota age 67.
“It’s hard to believe a month has passed.” Wrote along with a carousel of twin pictures in Nitto. “There are no words to describe exactly what a person would feel with this kind of unexpected loss. I miss him every second of every day.”
She added: “Every day my reference to some light is our children- Docs, Cursen, Chase, Jade & Joey.”
Nitto continued: “I have found so much love and laughter in such deep sorrow. Right now our lives are so fragile, yet we hold on to each other.
“It’s like a big mixed family pre-determined beyond our imagination.”
Leotta – best known for his role as Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellows” – Died May 26And although no official cause of death has been released, no foul play was suspected in his death.
He was filming “Dangerous Waters” in the Dominican Republic. He was with him in Nitto at the time of his death.
The couple first met at a party by his daughter, and Engaged during Christmas 2020.
“Christmas wishes come true,” He wrote in the title Instagram post shared at the time. “I asked the love of my life to marry me, and thank God she said yes !!!”
A few days after his death, she shared with Leota for the past few years that “there is really nothing but magic.”
“Ray and I share a deep love that I will cherish forever in my heart,” She wrote on Instagram. “We laugh every day and we’re inseparable. Chemistry is on the best path. He’s everything in the world to me and we could not get enough of each other. The true love that a man dreams of.”
She added: “He’s the most handsome man I know inside and out … and that’s even underestimated.”
He began his career in Tinseltown in the 1980s. He rose to fame in “Goodfellows” when he was portrayed as a rising real-life mobster through the ranks of a crime family in Brooklyn, and starred in dozens of film and television projects, including “The Many Saints of Newark,” and “Hannibal,” and “Hannibal.” And co-starred with Johnny Depp in the 2001 film Blow.
Leotta also starred as Kevin Costner, James Earl Jones, Amy Madigan and Burt Lancaster in his last film role as the ghost of Schulles Joe Jackson in the classic ’89 baseball film “Field of Dreams”.
He has a soft spot in the neo-noir, crime drama genre and has worked on “Nark,” “Identity”, and “John Q”. “Powder Blue” with Denzel Washington, Patrick Suez and “Hero Wanted” with Cuba Gooding, Jr.
In 2011, Leotta co-starred with Channing Tatum and Al Pacino in “The Son of No One” and in 2012 co-starred with Brad Pitt and James Gondolphini in “Killing Them Softly”, Paul Rudd and Jennifer Aniston in “WonderLust”, and Benicio del Toro, Don Chedell , “No Sudden Move” with Jon Hamm and Brendan Fraser.
His voice became infamous as Tommy Versetti at the 2002 Grand Theft Auto: Vice City Game, and he described the AMC documentary-series “The Making of the Mob” as well as “Inside the Mafia” for the National Geographic Channel in 2004. “2015.
Not only is Leota famous for his dozens of movie roles, he has also made an impression on television. Leotta Received the Emmy Award In 2004 he was nominated for Best Guest Actor in a Drama Series for his role as Charlie Metcalfe in an episode of the medical drama “ER” and was nominated for multiple Screen Actors Guild Awards for various roles.
He played Frank Sinatra in the 1998 television film “The Rat Pack” and in 2015 starred in five episodes of the historic “Texas Rising” miniseries.
He co-starred with Jennifer Lopez and Dre de Matteo in his most important television show American crime drama “Shades of Blue”, which ran from 2016-18 to 36 episodes.
Liotta recently made a comeback in mainstream acting “The Many Saints of Newark,” And starred alongside Taron Egerton in the Apple TV + series “Black Bird”.
Martin shared his grief after Scorsese To tell the legendary actor how much his friendship really meant to him before he died or to work with Leotto again following their “Goodfellows” success.
“We have a lot of plans to work together again, but the time is always off, or the project is not right. I’m sorry now,” Scorsese wrote.