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Ray Liotta

Ray Liotta young

Birth Date

December 18, 1954


United States

Sun Sign


Natural hair color

Dark brown

Eye color



6 ft 0 in | 183 cm

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86 kg | 190 pounds


44 in | 107 cm

Shoe size

11 US | 44 EU


34 in | 89 cm

Ray Liotta young Mini Bio best movies

Early acting career First film Breakthrough

Ray Liotta was born in Newark, New Jersey, United States, on December 18, 1954, is an American actor. Young Ray Liotta began his acting career on the American television in the soap opera Another World (1978-1981) in role as Joey Perrini. He made his big screen debut in melodrama movie The Lonely Lady (1983) in role as Joe Heron. Ray's breakthrough performance came as Ray Sinclair in action comedy film Something Wild (1986) with Melanie Griffith, for which he was nominated for the Golden Globe Award for Best Supporting Actor.

Best films

Goodfellas (1990) drama crime directed by Martin Scorsese

Article 99 (1992) comedy drama with Kiefer Sutherland and Forest Whitaker

Unlawful Entry (1992) psychological thriller with Kurt Russell and Madeleine Stowe

No Escape (1994) thriller in role as John Robbins

Narc (2002) crime thriller with Jason Patric and Busta Rhymes

Cop Land (1997) crime drama with Sylvester Stallone, Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel

Field of Dreams (1989) fantasy drama sports opposite Kevin Costner

Wild Hogs (2007) biker comedy road with John Travolta and Martin Lawrence

Killing Them Softly (2012) neo-noir crime opposite Brad Pitt and James Gandolfini

Revolver (2005) crime thriller with Jason Statham

Blow (2001) biographical crime with Johnny Depp and Penélope Cruz

The Son of No One (2011) crime thriller with Channing Tatum, Katie Holmes and Al Pacino

The Iceman (2012) biographical crime thriller with Winona Ryder, Michael Shannon and Chris Evans

Sin City: A Dame to Kill For (2014) drama crime in role as Joey

Hannibal (2001) psychological horror thriller with Anthony Hopkins, Julianne Moore and Gary Oldman

Identity (2003) psychological thriller with John Cusack and Amanda Peet

Observe and Report (2009) black comedy opposite Seth Rogen and Anna Faris

Smokin' Aces (2007) action thriller with Ryan Reynolds and Ben Affleck


He made his Broadway debut in Stephen Belber play, Match (2004).

He played Lieutenant Matt Wozniak in television drama Shades of Blue (2016–2018).

Fan of football team Tottenham Hotspur.

He was married to actress Michelle Grace (1997-2004), they have one daughter.

He was a bartender at the Shubert theaters.

Friends with Josh Taylor and Pamela Bowen.

Lives in Pacific Palisades, California.


Suddenly playing the charming bad guy was my thing.

What I really am is a homebody. I was a homebody even before I had a family. My days are filled with home stuff.

Acting is playing pretend, playing a children's game at an adult level, but with children's rules. It's fun to play bad guys. I've never been in a fight in my life, so it's fun to play something that's different.

In college, I started out doing musicals and Shakespeare.

I love acting. It's an interesting challenge to make something that doesn't exist appear like it's happening, and to do it in a real way.

I know when I go to a movie I want to experience something, whether to laugh, to cry, to feel bad.

There's not a day that goes by that I don't hear somebody mention Goodfellas (1990), unless I stay home all night. It's defined who I am, in a sense.