What Was Ray Liotta's Net Worth When He Died?

According to TMZ, actor Ray Liotta has died at the age of 67. Liotta was reportedly in the Dominican Republic shooting a new movie titled "Dangerous Waters" when he was found dead. 

Liotta was best known for his role in Martin Scorsese's 1990 film "Goodfellas" in which he starred as mobster Henry Hill. His part in "Goodfellas" is often regarded as the actor's breakout role that opened the door to a successful career. According to Deadline, Liotta was in the midst of a period of high profile and work with appearances in recent films like "The Many Saints of New York," "No Sudden Move," and "Marriage Story." Prior to his turn in "Goodfellas," Liotta earned a Golden Globe nomination for his performance in the film "Something Wild" and he also took on the role of major leaguer Shoeless Joe Jackson in "Field of Dreams."

While details have yet to come out, there was reportedly nothing suspicious about the star's death, and his fiancee, Jacy Nittolo, was with him in the Dominican Republic at the time. He leaves behind one child, daughter Karsen Liotta.

Ray Liotta amassed a fortune during his life

According to Celebrity Net Worth, Liotta — who hailed from Newark, New Jersey — was worth approximately $14 million dollars at the time of his death. Liotta worked consistently as an actor following "Goodfellas" and made appearances in films, television shows, and even video games. He is well known for his voice work for the main character in 2002's "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City," which went on to sell over 17 million copies (via Dextero).

From 1997 to 2004, Liotta was married to Michelle Grace, the ex-wife of former MLB first basemen Mark Grace. Several years after that marriage ended, Liotta reportedly sold his home in Los Angeles' Pacific Palisades to Brittany Spears for the hefty sum of $7 million. The actor reportedly owned another house in Pacific Palisades, as well as a property in Malibu. 

Another revenue stream that Liotta had toward the end of his life involved commercial work. Liotta appeared in a series of television advertisements for Chantix, a prescription medication to help people stop smoking.