Sun. May 28th, 2023

Ray Liotta, who died in 2012 from heart and respiratory issues, was reported to have death certificates.

According to documents obtained by TMZ on Monday, the actor died of natural causes. He played Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas.” He was 67. According to documents that TMZ obtained on Monday, the actor’s death was due to natural causes. TMZ reported that he suffered from respiratory failure, pulmonary edema (a buildup in his lungs) and acute heart disease.

Liotta suffered from atherosclerosis. The Mayo Clinic describes it as “the accumulation of fats and cholesterol in and on artery walls.” This can cause a blood clot.

Jennifer Allen, a spokesperson for The Times, told The Times at the time that he died, there were no suspicions of foul play or health problems. Allen did not respond immediately to The Times’ request for confirmation on Monday.

Liotta’s career spans several decades and genres. He is also known for “Field of Dreams,” a class=”link” href=” liotta’s death movies /a>, “Corrina Corrina,” a class=”link” href=”

He was also a winner of an Emmy, winning a prize for a guest role in NBC’s “ER.”

After his death, Liotta appeared in Elizabeth Banks’ dark comedies “Cocaine Bear,” and in Charlie Day’s debut directorial film, “Fool’s Paradise,” due out May 12.

Liotta received a star in the Hollywood Walk of Fame for honoring him after his death. Banks paid tribute to Liotta, as did Taron EGerton’s “Black Bird” star.

Banks stated, “I am very grateful that Ray Liotta has blessed my life. I will always carry the confidence that he gave to me.”

Liotta’s fiancee Jacy Nittolo and his daughter Karsen are the only survivors.