We just assumed it would occur under very different circumstances. Henry Hill, the inspiration for Nicholas Pileggi’s book, Wiseguy -- later immortalized on the silver screen by Martin Scorsese with Goodfellas -- has died at the age of 69. It was almost certain that Hill's demise would come from a bullet delivered by one of his enemies. Instead, his heart gave out. It turns out that Henry's biggest enemy of all was himself. He lied. He cheated. He stole. Despite Goodfellas painting him as a spectator, several executions came at the hands of Henry Hill. He committed these heinous acts all before he committed the biggest crime of them all in La Cosa Nostra: turning FBI informant and ratting out everybody who was close to him.