The family of US actor Tom Sizemore are “deciding end of life matters” after he suffered a brain aneurysm earlier this month, his manager has said.
Tom Sizemore, the beloved actor who gained fame in the 1990s through roles in Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down and Natural Born Killers, has been pronounced as having no further hope by doctors. His family is currently deciding end of life matters and a statement will be issued on Wednesday.
In addition to his successful acting career, Sizemore also battled drug addiction and served jail time for domestic violence. As a token of respect to his loved ones, privacy is requested during this difficult period and they wish to thank everyone for their outreach of support.
US actor Tom Sizemore, 61, known for roles in films such as Saving Private Ryan and Natural Born Killers, is unfortunately being reported as having no further hope by doctors. His family is now deciding end of life matters and a statement will be released Wednesday.
Tom achieved fame during the 1990s and up until starring in David Lynch’s 2017 Twin Peaks revival was most notable for his 1998 co-starring role with Tom Hanks in Saving Private Ryan. However his success was marred by substance addiction issues and arrests on suspicion of assaulting his ex-wife Maeve Quinlan in
Furthermore, he was sentenced to six months in prison in 2003 after beating his then girlfriend Heidi Fleiss. The family is asking for privacy at this difficult time, with many messages of support coming their way.