Ray Liotta to Make Broadway Debut in Belber's Match

News   Ray Liotta to Make Broadway Debut in Belber's Match Film actor Ray Liotta will make his Broadway debut next spring.

The New York Times reports that the actor will star in a new play by Stephen Belber. Entitled Match, the play concerns a police officer trying to "uncover a secret of his past." The Araca Group will produce the play at one of the Shubert theatres. No other casting for the three-character work has been announced.

Liotta, who has often played cops on screen, told the Times, "I always seem to play these heavies, but this one is much more emotional." Playwright Belber's other titles include "Tape," "A Small, Melodramatic Story" "The Death of Frank" and "The Transparency of Val."

Born in Newark, N.J. in 1955, Ray Liotta's many films include "Something Wild," "Dominick and Eugene," "Field of Dreams," "Goodfellas," "Unlawful Entry," "Unforgettable," "Turbulence," "Cop Land," "Phoenix," "Hannibal," "Heartbreakers," "Blow," "John Q" and "Point of Origin."