Ray Liotta, the actor who was best known for his performances as a character in "Field of Dreams"

and Martin Scorsese's mob movie "Goodfellas," has died. He was 67.

Ray was working on a project in the Dominican Republic called 'Dangerous Waters' when he passed.

He passed in his sleep. He is survived by his daughter, Karsen, and his fiancee, Jacy Nittolo," 

His publicist Jennifer Allen told Media.

He was a student at Union High School where he excelled in athletics and then went on to study at an undergraduate program at the University of Miami.

He was a drama student and the lead in his debut play, "Cabaret."

Following his graduation from college, Liotta moved to New York City where he landed jobs in commercials

He also was given the role of Joey Perrini on the daytime soap drama "Another World," in which he was a regular from 1978 until 1981