Since the American actor Tom Sizemore experienced a brain aneurysm earlier this month, his manager has stated that his family is “deciding end of life affairs.”
For his parts in movies like Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down, and Natural Born Killers, Sizemore, 61, is well-known.
In addition, he struggled with drugs and had domestic violence convictions.
“Today physicians notified his family that there is no further hope and have recommended end of life decision,” Charles Lago told US media.
The family is currently making decisions regarding end-of-life issues, and a new statement will be released on Wednesday, he continued.
“His family would like to express their gratitude to everyone for the numerous words of support and well wishes that they have received, but we are requesting privacy for them during this trying time. For them, this has been a challenging period.”
Sizemore rose to stardom in the 1990s and acted alongside Tom Hanks as Sergeant Horvath in Saving Private Ryan, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1998.
Real Romance, Heat, and Pearl Harbor were among his other movies. For his role as a mobster in the 1999 television film Witness Protection, he received a Golden Globe nomination.
He revealed in his book about his addictions to heroin and crystal meth, which came along with fame and wealth and a serious drug habit.
He was detained in 1997 on allegations of beating his tennis player and actress wife Maeve Quinlan. Two years later, they separated.
He received a six-month prison sentence in 2003 for assaulting Heidi Fleiss, a former “Hollywood madam,” and was also required to go through therapy and anger management.
He recently had a recurring role in the 2017 relaunch of David Lynch’s iconic TV series Twin Peaks and made a guest appearance in the Netflix blockbuster Cobra Kai.
His cerebral aneurysm occurred on February 18.