Ray Liotta, the acclaimed actor known for his role in Goodfellas, has passed away at the age of 67.

The cause of his death has been revealed as a heart attack, according to his family.

Liotta's career spanned over 40 years and included roles in films like Field of Dreams and Something Wild.

He also had a successful television career, starring in shows such as Shades of Blue and ER.

Liotta's performance in Goodfellas as Henry Hill earned him critical acclaim and a Golden Globe nomination.

He continued to work in the industry, recently starring in the film Marriage Story and the television series Shades of Blue.

Liotta was known for his intense and memorable performances, often playing tough and complex characters.

Fans and colleagues are mourning the loss of the talented actor, remembering him for his contributions to the industry.

Liotta's legacy will continue to live on through his impressive body of work and the impact he had on the industry.

His passing serves as a reminder of the fragility of life and the importance of cherishing the time we have.