Reactions to the dying of “Goodfellas” star Ray Liotta:
“I am utterly shattered to hear this terrible news about my Ray. I can be anywhere in the world & people will come up & tell me their favorite movie is Goodfellas. Then they always ask what was the best part of making that movie. My response has always been the same…Ray Liotta.” – Lorraine Bracco, who performed Liotta’s spouse in “Goodfellas,” through Twitter.
“I was very saddened to learn of Ray’s passing. He is way too way young to have left us.” – Robert De Niro, in an announcement.
“I can’t believe Ray Liotta has passed away. He was such a lovely, talented and hilarious person. Working with him was one of the great joys of my career and we made some of my favorite scenes I ever got to be in. A true legend of immense skill and grace.” – Seth Rogen, who labored with Liotta on 2009’s “Observe and Report,” through Twitter.
“Ray Liotta has died. What a gentle human. His work as an actor showed his complexity as a human. A beautiful artist. We made the lovely film, Dominic and Eugene in 1986. Sad news.” – Jamie Lee Curtis on Instagram.
“I feel so lucky to have squared off against this legend in one of his final roles. The scenes we did together were among the all time highlights of my acting career. He was dangerous, unpredictable, hilarious, and generous with his praise for other actors. Too soon.” – Actor Alessandro Nivola, star of “The Many Saints of Newark,” certainly one of Liotta’s last movies.
“This is a massive, unexpected shock. I have been an admirer of Ray’s work since I saw him in ‘Something Wild,’ a movie he wrenched by the tail. I was so glad he worked on ‘The Many Saints of Newark’… Ray was also a very warm and humorous person. A really superior actor. We all felt we lucked out having him on that movie.” – “Many Saints of Newark” director and “Sopranos” creator David Chase, in an announcement.
“Ray Liotta. Man. Just met dude for the first time last year. GREAT actor. Nice to have had a chance to say that to him.” -Actor Jeffrey Wright, through Twitter.
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