With more than 50 feature films to his credit, Ray Liotta has chosen diverse and challenging roles in both comedies and dramas.
Liotta is busy at work, most recently completing filming of Entitled opposite Kevin Zegers, and Wanderlust opposite Jennifer Aniston. In 2011, Liotta will be seen in Son of No One, a drama opposite Al Pacino and Channing Tatum, and Things Fall Apart opposite 50 Cent.
Liotta was most recently seen in Charlie St. Cloud opposite Zac Efron. The film tells the story of a teenager coping with the loss of a younger brother, their brotherly bond staying abnormally tight once St. Cloud takes a job as caretaker of the cemetery in which his brother is buried.
Liotta has delivered memorable comedic performances in films including Date Night opposite Steve Carell and Tina Fey, Youth in Revolt opposite Michael Cera, Observe and Report opposite Seth Rogen, Wild Hogs opposite Tim Allen and John Travolta, and Heartbreakers opposite Sigourney Weaver. He also has delivered equally powerful performances in great dramatic films including Narc, Smokin' Aces, Copland, and Hannibal.
Liotta started his career with a Golden-Globe nominated performance in Jonathan Demme's Something Wild and subsequently opted for leading man roles in Dominic and Eugene and the Oscar-nominated, Field of Dreams.
The role that brought Liotta his most widespread acclaim was his portrayal of Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese's Goodfellas, in which he starred opposite Robert DeNiro. The film, this year celebrating its 20th Anniversary, was recently inducted in Spike Televisions Guys Choice Hall of Fame.
Liotta resides in Los Angeles and maintains his role as a celebrity ambassador for Stand Up to Cancer, which raises funds put towards developments in cancer research.