Though it was made more than two decades ago, Goodfellas continues to live on as a classic mob movie. But star Ray Liotta is particularly happy that it's being seen by a whole new generation.
Why? Because his role as mobster Henry Hill manages to frighten all of his daughter Karsen's potential dates, for which he's extremely grateful.
"It scares the crap out of them when they come over for my daughter," he smugly reveals of his most famous role. "They think I'm a nut job, and then I play right into it," he adds before giving a sinister glare.
Chatting with HuffPost Live, Ray believes the 1990 drama still resonates with audiences thanks in part to fathers watching it with their sons. "Now there's younger kids coming up and saying things," the 59-year-old shares of the film's lasting legacy.
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