Tom Sizemore is a well-known actor, most famous for his role as Sgt. According to ABC News, Mike Horvath, who played the role of Sgt. Ryan in Saving Private Ryan, died Friday at the young age of 61.
After Sizemore suffered a brain aneurysm at home on February 18, his family had to make the difficult decision to take him off life support. TMZ reported Tuesday. According to the outlet, doctors later diagnosed the aneurysm in the actor as a result of a stroke. According to TMZ, police were called to Sizemore’s aid at 2 a.m. on the day after someone found Sizemore unconscious in his home. Sizemore was immediately rushed by ambulance to the hospital.
Charles Lago, Sizemore’s manager, stated that the actor was in critical care and in a coma until his death.
According to TMZ, Lago requested privacy before his death to allow Sizemore’s family to grieve,
“We ask for privacy for his family during this difficult period and would like to thank everyone who has sent them hundreds of messages of support and prayers. The outlet was told by the manager that it has been difficult for them.
Sizemore’s career was a long one in entertainment. He is known as the “it man” of the 1990s. He played a number of memorable roles in that period, but perhaps his most notable role was in “Saving Private Ryan,” a World War II movie.
Along with Martin Scorsese and Nicolas Cage, he also showed his talents in “The Relic,” True Romance and “Bringing Out the Dead.”
Sizemore has also been featured in “Heat,” Natural Born Killers,” Pearl Harbor, “Black Hawk Down,” and “Lock Up.”
Sizemore was also a small-screen actor, with roles in “Twin Peaks,” as well as “Cobra Kai,” and “Cobra Kai” in 2022. Sizemore’s final film was “The Legend of Jack and Diane”.
According to the New York Post, Sizemore’s personal life was filled with problems such as heroin, cocaine, and methamphetamine addiction. He also ran into issues with the law regarding drug possession and domestic abuse.
His two children Jayden Sizemore and Jagger Sizemore are his survivors.