Priyanka Chopra, Ranveer Singh, Arjun Kapoor & More Celebs Pay Tribute To Ray Liotta: ‘Rest In Peace Goodfella’

Goodfellas actor Ray Liotta died at 67. From Priyanka Chopra to Ranveer Singh, celebrities across Bollywood and Hollywood are expressing their grief over the legendary actor’s death.

Goodfellas actor Ray Liotta died in the Dominican Republic. Reports on Saturday said that he was in the country shooting for the film Dangerous Waters. He was 67. As celebrities from Hollywood mourned the loss of Ray, Priyanka Chopra, Ranveer Singh, and other actors from the Hindi film industry, also expressed grief on social media.

While Ray was best known for his role in Martin Scorsese’s Goodfellas, he had performed in several other films over the years, such as Field of Dreams, The Many Saints of Newark, Marriage Story, and No Sudden Move. He also starred in Shades of Blue with Jennifer Lopez.

Paying a heartfelt tribute to Ray, Jennifer penned a long note on social media. It read, “Ray was my partner in crime on Shades of Blue…The first thing that comes to mind is he was so kind to my children. Ray was the epitome of a tough guy who was all mushy on the inside…I guess that’s what made him such a compelling actor to watch. The original Goodfella. We shared some intense moments on set those three years! When I first heard he took the job on Shades of Blue, I was thrilled, and the first time we walked on set to do our first scene together there was an electric spark and mutual respect and we both knew this was going to be good.”

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“We enjoyed doing our scenes together and I felt lucky to have him there to work with and learn from. Like all artists, he was complicated, sincere, honest and so very emotional. Like a raw nerve, he was so accessible and so in touch in his acting and I will always remember our time together fondly. We lost a great one today…RIP Ray… It’s so sad to lose you what seems way too soon…I will remember you always. Sending so much love and strength to your daughter Karsen, your family, and all your loved ones,” she added to the post.

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