Ray Liotta’s “proud” daughter Karsen Liotta paid homage to her late father after receiving a posthumous star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame.
“I’m deeply moved to be receiving this honour on my father’s behalf. During the ceremony on Friday in Los Angeles, the 24-year-old said, “I couldn’t be more pleased of him. He was the greatest friend, brother, and father anyone could have asked for in addition to being a one-of-a-kind actor. I got lucky finding you.
“If you’re fortunate, Ray is in your life,” said the “Shade of Blue” alum. I adore you a lot. I want to thank you for your efforts and the impression you made on me and everyone else who cares about you.
Ray is someone who should be in everyone’s life.
At the event was Ray’s fiancée, Jacy Nittolo, whom he proposed to in 2020.
The award arrived more than nine months after Ray peacefully passed away while “Dangerous Waters” was being filmed in the Dominican Republic. He was 67.
After the “Goodfellas” actor’s death, Nittolo posted a number of touching photos of herself with Ray to honour their relationship.
She posted on Instagram in May last year, “My life these past couple of years has been nothing but absolutely magical.”
Ray and I have a strong affection that I will always treasure. We were united and shared daily laughter. In the greatest manner possible, the chemistry was wild. He was everything to me, and we were insatiably devoted to one another. the true affection one fantasises about.
“He was the most gorgeous person inside and out that I’ve ever known,” added Nittolo, 48, “and even that is an insult.”
The ladies were present when “Black Bird,” his last television project before his death, debuted on Apple TV+ in June. Then, on Tuesday, Nittolo and the “Prettyface” actress attended the screening of Ray’s final finished movie, “Cocaine Bear.”