27 Feb – Ray Liotta has recently been honoured with his own Hollywood Walk of Fame star, nine months following his passing.
The ceremony was held on 24 February, with daughter Karsen attending on behalf of the family. The event was also attended by actor Taron Egerton and actress-director Elizabeth Banks.
During her speech, Karsen read a letter written by director Martin Scorsese, who helmed Liotta's hit movie, "Goodfellas", in which the filmmaker said that he always thought he'd work with the actor again and that Liotta had gone "too soon".
Meanwhile, Karsen herself, who had worked with her father on the 2016 police drama, "Shades of Blue", expressed, "I couldn't be prouder of him. He the best friend, brother and father anyone could have asked for."
"If you have a Ray in your life, you're lucky. Thank you for your work and the imprint you left on me and all of those who love you. Everyone deserves a Ray in their life," she added.
Ray Liotta passed away in May last year, with his publicist saying that he died in his sleep while filming his new movie, "Dangerous Waters".