Actor Tom Sizemore's management says there is no longer any hope for him.

Actor Tom Sizemore’s management says there is no longer any hope for him.

With the death of American actor Tom Sizemore earlier this month due to a brain aneurysm, his manager has said that his family is “deciding end-of-life matters.”
Sizemore, 61, is well-known for his roles in films such as Saving Private Ryan, Black Hawk Down, and Natural Born Killers.

He also battled with narcotics and had a history of domestic violence.
“Today, doctors informed his family that there is no longer hope and have proposed an end-of-life option,” Charles Lago told US media.
He said the family is currently making choices about end-of-life problems and that a fresh statement would be published on Wednesday.
His family would want to thank everyone for their many messages of support and best wishes, but we are seeking privacy for them at this difficult time. This has been a difficult time for them.
Sizemore gained to prominence in the 1990s, co-starring as Sergeant Horvath alongside Tom Hanks in Saving Private Ryan, which won the Academy Award for Best Picture in 1998.
Among his other films were Real Romance, Heat, and Pearl Harbor. He was nominated for a Golden Globe for his performance as a mobster in the 1999 television film Witness Protection.
He confessed in his book about his heroin and crystal meth addictions, which came with fame, fortune, and a significant drug habit.
In 1997, he was arrested on suspicion of assaulting his tennis player and actress wife, Maeve Quinlan. They divorced two years later.
In 2003, he was sentenced to six months in prison for attacking Heidi Fleiss, a former “Hollywood madam,” and was also ordered to undergo counselling and anger management.
He recently appeared in the 2017 relaunch of David Lynch’s renowned TV series Twin Peaks, as well as a cameo in the Netflix movie Cobra Kai.
On February 18, he had a brain aneurysm.

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