Ray Liotta in Turbelence

Ray Liotta (1954 - )

Film Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • Something Wild (1986) [Ray Sinclair]: Accidentally stabbed in the stomach when he runs into the knife that Jeff Daniels is holding, during a fight in the bathroom, he dies off-camera after staggering out into a hallway.
  • Unlawful Entry (1992) [Officer Pete Davis]: Shot several times in the chest with his own gun by Kurt Russell in Kurt's home (who makes it look like contrived self defense) at the end of a struggle. His body is later seen as Kurt steps outside
  • Turbulence (1997) [Ryan Weaver]: Shot in the head (blowing open the back of his head) at point blank range by Lauren Holly as he lunges at her on the airplane at the end of a fight.
  • Forever Mine (1999) [Mark Brice]: Bludgeoned repeatedly against a stone step at the end of a struggle with Joseph Fiennes.
  • Hannibal (2001) [Paul Krendler]: Has the top of his head cut off by Anthony Hopkins; the actual procedure occurred off-screen, but we see Anthony remove the top of Ray's skull and take out part of his brain at the dinner table, while Julianne Moore looks on in horror. Ray is still alive during this sequence, but it's unlikely that he survives the ordeal.
  • Narc (2002) [Henry Oak]: Shot in the back by Jason Patric when Ray tries to kill two suspects, he dies while Jason questions him.
  • Control (2004) [Lee Ray Oliver]: Shot two times in the chest by an Stephen Rea's FBI agent while Willem Dafoe looks on helplessly; he dies in Willem's arms shortly afterwards.
  • Revolver (2005) [Macha]: Commits suicide (off-screen) by shooting himself in the head; we hear the shot after the screen cuts to black.
  • Killing Them Softly (2012) [Markie Trattman]: Shot repeatedly by Brad Pitt in a drive-by shooting, causing Ray to crash his car (to be then hit at high speed by two vehicles). (Thanks to Tim, Matthew, and ND)
  • Blackway (2015): Shot in the chest with a double barreled shotgun by Anthony Hopkins.
  • Sticky Notes (The Last Dance) (2016) [Jack Morehead]: Dies (off-screen) of cancer.

TV Deaths[edit | edit source]

  • ER: Time of Death (2004) [Charlie Metcalf]: Dies of liver failure due to longtime alcohol abuse; he dies in the hospital while talking to Mekhi Phifer (while hallucinating that he's talking to his son).

Video Game Deaths[edit | edit source]

Connections[edit | edit source]

  • Ex-Mr. Michelle Grace (producer).
  • Father of Karsen Liotta

Gallery[edit | edit source]

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