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Topic - Ray Liotta
Frederick residents Theresa Currier and Paul Jantzen live with movie scene stealers.
Loving father and husband at home, a ruthless killer at work: The real-life Mafia hit man who inspired Ariel Vromen's new film, `'The Iceman," had a steep after-work decompression curve.
Henry Hill spent much of his life as a "goodfella," believing his last moment would come with a bullet to the back of his head. In the end he died at a hospital after a long illness, going out like all the average nobodies he once pitied.
Henry Hill, who went from small-time gangster to big-time celebrity when his life as a mobster-turned-FBI informant became the basis for the Martin Scorsese film "Goodfellas," died Tuesday. He was 69.
`'Ray didn't do a gangster for quite a long time," he said. `'(But) I had to find the guy in Hollywood scarier than Michael Shannon."
"As far back as I can remember, I always wanted to be a gangster," Liotta, as Hill, says in the movie. "For us to live any other way was nuts."