April 4, 1951
|Died||December 1, 1985 (aged 34)|
Goya appeared in Marathon Man (1976), Andy Warhol's Bad (1977), All That Jazz (1979), Going in Style (1979), Night of the Juggler (1980) and Fort Apache, The Bronx (1981). His final acting appearance was on Miami Vice (1984) as Carlos Mendez, a drug-dealer's liaison. Goya grew up in Brentwood, New York with his mother Carmen, stepfather Mario, his brothers, Jacob, Hector, Charlie, Richard, & sister Milagros. Goya was arrested in 1984 for a murder that occurred in Austin in 1978. In 1985, Goya died of liver disease while free on bond pending trial in Texas. Goya is buried in Bay Shore, New York.
He left behind a daughter and nephews and nieces in Suffolk County, Long Island.
|1977||Andy Warhol's Bad||Manuel Rivera|
|1979||All That Jazz||Attendant|
|1979||Going in Style||Gypsy Cab Driver|
|1980||Night of the Juggler||Pimp #2|
|1981||Fort Apache the Bronx||Jumper / Detective|
- "Tito Goya, 33; Tough Guy in Films and Real Life". Los Angeles Times.
- Canby, Vincent (September 28, 1977). "Film: 'Short Eyes' Eloquently Adapted". The New York Times.
- Hampson, Rick (February 13, 1985). "Fugitive Actor 'Wasn't Hiding in No Basement'". Associated Press. Retrieved December 19, 2018.
- "Tito Goya". Find a Grave.