Martin Scorsese remembers working with the late Ray Leota

Director Martin Scorsese Call Ray Leota An incredibly talented actor.
American director Martin Scorsese recalled the late Ray Lioter’s performance in the gangster drama The Goodfells, calling him incredibly talented. The New York Post reported.

“I was shocked and overwhelmed by the news of Ray Luther’s sudden death. He was an incredibly talented, brave and courageous actor. It wasn’t easy to play Henry Hill in The Goodfellas: this character had many facets, many complex facets,” the director said. Ray was in almost every long and difficult scene. He hit me. I will always be proud of the work we have done together. I sympathize with her loved ones. My heart is broken: we lost him so quickly. ”
Ray Leota died in his sleep at the age of 68. The actor was in the Dominican Republic, where he was shooting the film “Dangerous Waters” with his participation. The cause of death is not yet known.

Leuter’s career is thought to have begun a renaissance experience in recent years. In 2019, she starred as a divorce lawyer in Noah Baumbach’s multi-Oscar-nominated drama Marriage Story. In 2021, he appeared on the prequel to Steven Soderbergh’s high-profile crime drama No Sharp Moves and Alan Taylor’s cult series The Sopranos, The Many Saints of Newark. She starred in Elizabeth Banks’ yet-to-be-released cocaine beer and was supposed to star opposite Demi Moore in Substance.

Also, Leotta has been cast as one of the main characters in the Apple TV + miniseries The Black Bird, which was released in July 2022. The creator of the project was Dennis Lehane, a well-known author and author of the books “Shutter Island” and “Goodbye, Baby, Goodbye.” .

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