Ray Liotta, who handed away in Could 2022, has obtained a posthumous Emmy nomination for his position within the AppleTV+ mini-series, Black Hen.
The late actor has been nominated for Excellent Supporting Actor in a Restricted or Anthology Collection or Film, alongside Paul Walter Hauser, Richard Jenkins, Joseph Lee, Younger Mazino, Jesse Plemons, and Murray Bartlett.
This marks Liotta’s second Emmy nomination and has the potential to be his second win. He beforehand gained an Emmy in 2005 for Excellent Visitor Actor in a Drama Collection for his look on ER.
Black Hen was considered one of Liotta’s closing tasks, and it premiered a couple of months after his passing. Within the collection, Liotta portrayed the upset father of Taron Egerton’s character, Jimmy, a former soccer prospect concerned in legal actions. Jimmy faces a tough resolution between a prolonged jail sentence and a dangerous plea deal that requires befriending a suspected serial killer, performed by Paul Walter Hauser.