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REShow: Ray Liotta - Hour 3 (09-17-21) Rich lists his top three ‘Under the Radar’ games for NFL Week 2 including the Rams vs Colts, Chiefs vs Ravens, and Cowboys vs Chargers.Emmy Award-winning actor Ray Liotta tells Rich why viewers will enjoy the much-anticipated ‘Sopranos’ prequel ‘The Many Saints of Newark’ even if they’ve never seen a second of the acclaimed HBO drama, how he (Shoeless Joe Jackson in ‘Field of Dreams’) reacted to watching the White Sox and Yankees Field of Dreams game this summer, and reveals some AMAZING stories from the set of ‘Goodfellas’ including which famous lines were actually ad-libbed in the Martin Scorsese mob classic.The guys wrap up the hour with Chris Brockman’s NFL Week 2 ‘Sneaky Good Games’ for the betting-inclined, and a reaction to a reporter actually asking Bill Belichick how social media impacts the mindset of his team. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
FYC: Ray Liotta Welcome to another For Your Consideration, featuring an actor and their roles in cinematic history. All of these actors will be eligible for an award a the upcoming Film Gauge Awards on December 31st 2021.
FYC: Ray Liotta A young man grows up in the mob and works very hard to advance himself through the ranks. He enjoys his life of money and luxury, but is oblivious to the horror that he causes. A drug addiction and a few mistakes ultimately unravel his climb to the top. Based on the book "Wiseguy" by Nicholas Pileggi.
Conversations with Ray Liotta (2017) Career Q&A with Ray Liotta on June 5, 2017. Moderated by Stacey Wilson Hunt, New York Magazine.
Ray Liotta stars on the NBC drama “Shades of Blue” as Lt. Matt Wozniak.
Liotta started his career with a Golden Globe-nominated performance in Jonathan Demme’s “Something Wild” and followed that by co-starring opposite Tom Hulce in “Dominic and Eugene.” He’s also well-known for the iconic role of Shoeless Joe Jackson in the Oscar-nominated film “Field of Dreams.”
But perhaps the film that brought Liotta his most widespread acclaim was his portrayal of real-life mobster Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s epic movie “Goodfellas” starring opposite Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci. His performance helped the film earn a Best Picture nomination and solidified Liotta's status with critics and the public alike.
Liotta continued to create notable performances in films such as “Copland,” opposite Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel for director James Mangold; “Hannibal,” opposite Anthony Hopkins for director Ridley Scott; “Heartbreakers,” co-starring Sigourney Weaver; and “Blow,” opposite Johnny Depp.
Liotta then produced and starred in the intense cop drama “Narc” for director Joe Carnahan. The film received critical acclaim and earned Liotta an Independent Spirit Award nomination. Additional film credits include “Place Beyond the Pines,” starring opposite Ryan Gosling; “The Iceman,” opposite Michael Shannon and Winona Ryder; “Killing Them Softly,” for director Andrew Dominik with Brad Pitt; “The Details,” opposite Tobey Maguire; and “Wanderlust, directed by Judd Apatow.
Liotta won an Emmy as Outstanding Guest Actor in a Drama in 2005 for a memorable appearance on “ER.” He also earned a SAG Award nomination for Male Actor in a TV Movie or Miniseries for the 1998 HBO telepic “The Rat Pack” playing Frank Sinatra.
In 2015 Liotta co-starred on the A&E miniseries “Texas Rising,” co-starring Brendan Fraser and Bill Paxton, and directed by Roland Joffe. Liotta was nominated for a Screen Actors Guild Award for Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Television Movie or Miniseries.
For his 2004 Broadway debut opposite Frank Langella in Stephen Belber's “Match,” Liotta received a Distinguished Performance honor at the Drama League Awards.
A New Jersey native, Liotta began acting while a student at the University of Miami.
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REShow: Louis Riddick and Ray Liotta - Hour 2 (06-18-21) ESPN Monday Night Football analyst Louis Riddick and Rich discuss Aaron Rodgers’ standoff with the Packers and the team CEO Mark Murphy dipping into the “petty pool” with his public comments about the disgruntled QB, why the Broncos would be the best fit for Rodgers if the Packers decide to move on from him, if Ryan Fitzpatrick could be WFT’s long-term answer at the QB position, and if he also did a spit take when the Jaguars said they’re not locked in on naming Trevor Lawrence their Week 1 starter.Emmy Award-winning actor Ray Liotta and Rich discuss his upcoming film ‘No Sudden Move’ and what its director Steven Soderberg has on common with Martin Scorsese, and reveals that he’s NEVER seen the iconic film ‘Field of Dreams’ in which he played the role of Shoeless Joe Jackson.Rich and the guys recap the amazing Twitter thread by a man who had to spend 24 hours in a Waffle House as punishment for finishing last in his fantasy football league, and break down how they would approach the loophole that allowed him to shave an hour of his sentence for every waffle he ate.Rich wraps up the hour explaining why journeyman QB Ryan Fitzpatrick makes the WFT the favorites to win the NFC East this season.And make sure you check out Rich's other podcast: Just Getting Started with Rich Eisen. Learn more about your ad choices. Visit
Beverly Hills Cop - "The Ray Liotta Factor" The guys jump into an 80's classic as they give their commentary to Beverly Hills Cop. They chat about Eddie Murphy at his hottest, the film that put the director of this film in "Director's Jail" and what film finished him off for good. They discuss the dangers of shooting the film in Detroit and the upcoming Eddie Murphy sequels. Joe answers the question "Where is Bronson Pinchot now?" They discuss a special distinction that cast member Ronny Cox has as well as the film debut of Damon Wayans. Todd celebrates Pride late. Joe rants about the surge of 90's reunion shows and creates a rule for bringing any show back. They pitch what they think Beverly Hills Cop 4 should be and *NOTE - We made some comments about Kevin Hart, but this episode was recorded in June. We wish Kevin a speedy recovery, but take nothing back. Call or Text us at 289-769-3288 Visit us at Follow the links on the website to donate to the show. Follow Us On Twitter Join our Facebook Page…1408355179191224 Check out our Tee Public Store…tary?ref_id=763
Ray Liotta Weather Report Ray Liotta auditions for the vacant weather reporter job, Barb dumpster dove, Jeff in the Traffic Copter put in a wet bar, and Bash rented Karate Kid from Blockbuster. More on that later.

*Special thanks to Gary DeNoia, Dave Elmy, Alexsis Neenan and Artie Brennan.
Ray Liotta - 'Shades of Blue' The 61-year-old opens up about owing his career to Melanie Griffith, why he's never seen 'Field of Dreams,' how he got cast in 'Goodfellas,' why he's a bigger diva than J. Lo and how he feels about playing a bisexual ("I just put my big-boy — my pink big-boy — pants on and did what they asked me to do").
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