Рэй Лиотта (англ. Ray Liotta), полное имя Рэймонд Аллен Лиотта (англ. Raymond Allen Liotta), при рождении Рэймонд Джулиан Вицимарли (англ. Raymond Julian Vicimarli, род. 18 декабря 1954, Ньюарк, Нью-Джерси, США) — американский актёр, лауреат премии «Эмми». Википедия
rayliottaSomeone created an Instagram account and is impersonating me to pick up woman. If you’ve been contacted, please don’t respond. I promise, it’s not me. Thanks to everyone who reached out with messages and calls to alert me of this predator. Working with Instagram to get this account shut down.
rayliottaA shot of me and David Yurman at his Madison Ave Jewelry store where we raised a good amount of money for @SU2C. I can’t thank him enough for having such an important event at his store and giving a percentage of what was sold. Everyone should donate to SU2C. This horrible disease affects everyone and it’s time we blew it away. #ad
rayliottaI was lucky enough to do a mini series called "Texas Rising."
I know Texans are a strong, proud group of people who all share a strong bond.
My heart and prayers go out to those proud people and God bless Texas and her people.
All my best, Ray
rayliottaLoved this movie "Iceman." Loved the director, Ariel Vromen. Michael Shannon is fun to work with because we attack it the same way. Us actors are a hyper critical bunch, well, the whole business is but I can say, in all honesty, I'm genuinely happy for his success. Another movie that I'm very proud of that didn't get a big audience. Tough business, this show biz thing. #flashbackfriday
rayliottaSitting in the diner where I had a scene with Robert DeNiro at the end of GOODFELLAS. Also where the phone booth was, which he knocked over when he found out that Tommy (Joe Pesci) got whacked and he, Bob knocked over the phone booth. Can't remember where I put my keys, but I can remember almost everything that happened on certain movies. Anyway, we just happened to be filming #ShadesofBlue there the other night.
rayliottaThis is it. The finale of @nbcshadesofblue. It's so good that NBC made it into a two-hour movie. There's some things that you won't see coming. It'll be great TV. Engaging and it'll leave you wanting more!! #ShadesofBlue
rayliottaLoved seeing this picture in @complex. Mrs. Scorsese was a great lady. Here's a fun fact for you. The sauce I was stirring in GOODFELLAS was literally made by Mrs. Scorsese. If memory serves me right she started the sauce a few days before we shot that scene. She literally made the sauce as if she was having a family get together. I loved her. She was funny, nice and beamed with pride watching her son direct. Mr. Scorsese was a character himself. Two great people who I loved and respected. I’m a little late, but Happy Mother’s Day Mrs. Scorsese and Happy Mother’s to my mom who passed in the middle of making the movie.
rayliottaStudying lines which sometimes are IMPOSSIBLE to remember, but look how great our DP (the creative genius of Stefan Czapsky). He, Kurt and John are the best along with Dave and Eric, two great cameramen. No joke. Photo by @kevinlombardo
rayliottaMe and the love of my life Silvia in the flower dress at the NJ Hall of Fame where I was proudly inducted with my best friends from grammar school. From left to right: Gary Hecker, Patty (the Saint) Laguna, her husband and the person who inducted me Gene Laguna, myself, my beautiful Silvia, Doctor Jules Geltzeiler, and his wife Linda who I've known since kindergarten. I LOVE THEM ALL. Photo by @kevinlombardo
rayliottaMe and my assistant Kevin, who I love like a son. I love having him on set with me. He's a filmmaker who I know is going to make a name for himself. He showed me a short that he did and it was really really good. Maybe one day he'll be MY boss!!! Oh as for my look, let's just say me and the director didn't get along that day and I won.
rayliottaOne of the movies I really enjoyed doing was "Killing Them Softly". I play the man in charge of big card games and who has stolen money in the past. When the game gets robbed again they think I did it, but this time I didn't. The reason I did the movie was one, it had a great director and cast and two, I'm the guy who gets the beating where in most movies I'm giving the beating.