Ray Liotta and his fiancée loved a meal at a luxurious steakhouse within the Dominican Republic simply two days earlier than his sudden demise.
The “Goodfellas” star — who died Thursday within the Caribbean nation on the age of 67 — had dinner with Jacy Nittolo at Naca’n Restaurant Tuesday evening.
“We have been lucky to host Ray for dinner on Tuesday evening,” the restaurant’s Instagram account posted after the sad news broke. “He was a particular individual and proficient actor that might be missed – your mates at Naca’n will bear in mind you fondly – 🖤 #RestinPeace.”
Naca’n shared a photo of the couple on the institution on Tuesday after they ate.
“Mr Ray Liotta joined us for dinner with associates,” the caption learn. “We had a pleasant chat in regards to the historical past of our constructing and our enterprise. Very pleasant and beneficiant gentleman. #Nacan #NacanLikes #FineDining #goodfellas.”
Liotta was within the DR filming a brand new film titled “Harmful Waters” when he died in his sleep. Nittolo, 47, was with him.
Although extra particulars haven’t been revealed, TMZ reported that nobody suspects any foul play.
The beloved actor is survived by Nittolo, whom he proposed to in December 2021, and his 23-year-old daughter, Karsen, whom he shared together with his ex-wife, Michelle Grace.
Liotta had just lately launched into a profession resurgence in Hollywood, having appeared in “The Many Saints of Newark” (2021), “Marriage Story” (2019) and “No Sudden Transfer” (2021).
He grew to become a family identify after starring in Kevin Costner’s “Area of Goals” (1989) as Shoeless Joe Jackson.
“Devastated to listen to the information of Ray Liotta’s passing,” Costner, 67, posted on social media Thursday. “Whereas he leaves an unbelievable legacy, he’ll all the time be ‘Shoeless Joe Jackson’ in my coronary heart.
“What occurred that second within the movie was actual. God gave us that stunt. Now God has Ray.”
Liotta’s most iconic function got here in 1990 when he was solid to play Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas” reverse Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.