RAY LIOTTA, who plays Monroe, a police chief with a political agenda, is an actor in
great demand. He recently co-starred in Ridley Scott's Hannibal, with Anthony
Hopkins and Julianne Moore, in the comedy Heartbreakers, opposite Sigourney
Weaver and Jennifer Love Hewitt and starred opposite Johnny Depp and
Penelope Cruz in New Line's Blow. He starred opposite Gretchen Mol and
Joseph Fiennes in Paul Schrader's Forever Mine and finished production on
Rumor of Angels. Liotta will next be seen in the upcoming films Phone Booth and
Narc (which he also executive produced).
Liotta played Frank Sinatra in the critically acclaimed The Rat Pack, co-starred in the ensemble drama, Copland, with Sylvester
Stallone, Robert De Niro and Harvey Keitel, and was seen in the action thriller Turbulence.
Known for his versatility, Liotta has leaped from action hero to sensitive and vulnerable leading man in the harrowing futuristic action-adventure picture, No Escape to the sweetly romantic Corrina, Corrina, to the ballistically vicious in his feature film debut Something Wild, which won him a Golden Globe nomination. He followed this with Dominick & Eugene, and the 1989 Academy Award
nominated Field of Dreams. Shortly afterwards, Robert De Niro suggested the actor for a starring role in Martin Scorsese's GoodFellas.
Among his other starring roles are Phoenix with Angelica Huston and
Unforgettable opposite Linda Fiorentino. He also appeared in Walt Disney's
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