Tom Sizemore, the “Saving Private Ryan” actor, is in intensive care following the occurrence of an artery in his brain the spokesperson for his character told CNN on Sunday morning.
Sizemore is currently in critical health and is in an “wait and see ” situation,” stated an official spokesperson for the organization, Charles Lago.
“His family members are aware and is waiting for any information.” Lago said. “There is no news as of now.”
Sizemore, a 61-year-old who hails from Detroit was a part of numerous successful war and crime movies during the 90s and 2000s. These included the movies “Heat,” “Natural Born Killers,”” “Pearl Harbor” and “Black Hawk Down.”
In his many roles, he portrays tough guys. He is most likely best known for his role as Sgt. Mike Horvath in the World War II film “Saving Private Ryan.”
The sergeant who is loyal who is paired with the actor Tom Hanks, Sizemore delivers the title line at the end of the film: “Some day we might think about this and realize that the saving of Ryan’s private Ryan was the best thing we were able get out of this horrible stinky mess.”
Additionally the actor was nominated to an Golden Globe Award in 2000 for the Best Performance by an actor in an Miniseries as well as Motion Picture Made for Television for his performance on “Witness Security.” Recently He was featured in some episodes from”Cobra Kai,” a TV show “Twin Peaks” as well as “Cobra Kai.”
Sizemore has struggled for a long time with addiction issues and has faced many legal problems throughout his professional career.
He was found guilty in 2003 of domestic violence allegations arising out of the relationship he had with his ex-fiancee Heidi Fleiss. He admitted to Larry King in a 2010 interview that he was dependent on heroin, cocaine and meth. He also took part in the 2010 season of the reality series “Celebrity Recovery with Dr. Drew.”