Ray Liotta praised for 'not even hesitating' when asked who he thinks the most overrated actor is
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The late, great Ray Liotta is being posthumously praised after incredible interview footage showing off his ‘devil may care attitude’ resurfaced online.
Find out who he felt was the most underrated actor of the 1980s and 90s below:
Liotta died last year at the age of 67, having passed away in his sleep in the Dominican Republic while filming Dangerous Waters.
But while he’s now regarded as one of the greats, during his prestigious career it seems he wasn’t afraid to call other stars out.
Liotta appeared on Watch What Happened Live with Andy Cohen, having been joined on the sofa by Jennifer Lopez.
Cohen decided to make Liotta play a game called ‘Plead the Fifth’ while handcuffed to J-Lo, forcing him to answer a series of tough questions.
If he chose not to answer one, Cohen would make Lopez answer one instead.
After being asked who the worst kisser was out of his former female co-stars, Liotta bluntly said: “Sigourney [Weaver].”
Cohen then asked who he felt the most overrated actor from the 80s and 90s was.
“As an actor?” Liotta said.
“Clint Eastwood, probably.”
As laughter broke out in the studio, he shouted out: “I don’t give a s**t!”
For his final question, Liotta was told to name his favourite and least favourite Jennifer Lopez song.
“Oh man, I don’t really know any of them,” he said with a sigh – making for an even more hilarious answer than Cohen had planned.
Lopez then cut in, laughing: “By the way, he’s been to my shows!”
The clip has gone viral again after being posted on Twitter, where it was shared with the caption: "God! I miss Ray Liotta and his devil may care attitude. He didn’t even hesitate when asked who the most overrated actor was in the 80s/90s."
Another person commented: "I love Ray so much! and he's right, though, Clint even agrees with him, he sucked so much in the 80s."
Someone else said: "Zero hesitation. I miss him, too."
A third wrote: "HA HA! TBF, I don't think Eastwood has ever been rated much as an actor so much as a persona or presence."