Beam Liotta and his life partner partook in a supper at an extravagance steakhouse in the Dominican Republic only two days before his unexpected passing.
The “Goodfellas” star — who passed on Thursday in the Caribbean country at 67 years old — ate with Jacy Nittolo at Naca’n Restaurant Tuesday night.
“We were lucky to have Ray for supper on Tuesday night,”
the café’s Instagram account posted after the miserable news broke.
“He was an extraordinary individual and capable entertainer that will be remembered fondly – your companions at Naca’n will recollect you affectionately – 🖤 #RestinPeace.”
Naca’n shared a photograph of the couple at the foundation on Tuesday after they ate.
“Mr Ray Liotta went along with us for supper with companions,”
the inscription read.
“We had a pleasant talk about the historical backdrop of our structure and our business. Amicable and liberal refined man. #Nacan #NacanLikes #FineDining #goodfellas.”
Liotta was in the DR shooting another film named
when he kicked the bucket in his rest. Nittolo, 47, was with him.
However more subtleties have not been uncovered, TMZ announced that nobody thinks any unfairness.
The dearest entertainer is made due by Nittolo, whom he proposed to in December 2021, and his 23-year-old girl, Karsen, whom he imparted to his ex, Michelle Grace.
Liotta had recently embarked on a career resurgence in Hollywood, having appeared in
“The Many Saints of Newark” (2021), “Marriage Story”
(2019) and “No Sudden Move” (2021).
He became a household name after starring in Kevin Costner’s “Field of Dreams” (1989) as Shoeless Joe Jackson.
“Devastated to hear the news of Ray Liotta’s passing,”
Costner, 67, posted on social media Thursday. “While he leaves an incredible legacy, he’ll always be ‘Shoeless Joe Jackson’ in my heart.
“What happened that moment in the film was real. God gave us that stunt. Now God has Ray.”
Liotta’s most iconic role came in 1990 when he was cast to play Henry Hill in Martin Scorsese’s “Goodfellas” opposite Robert De Niro and Joe Pesci.