`Saving Private Ryan` star Tom Sizemore dies at 61


Tom Sizemore, known for his work in hit films like ‘Saving Private Ryan’, ‘Natural Born Killers’ and ‘Heat’, has passed away.

The actor was hospitalized in mid-February after suffering from a brain aneurysm. The 61-year-old actor died on Friday, his representative Charles Lago confirmed, CNN reported.

Sizemore “passed away peacefully in her sleep” at St. Joseph’s Medical Center in Burbank. CaliforniaWith her two sons and her brother, Paul Sizemore, by her side, Lago said in a statement released on behalf of the family.

“I am deeply saddened by the loss of my older brother Tom,” Paul Sizemore said in the statement. “He was larger than life. He influenced my life more than anyone I know. He was talented, loving and giving and would endlessly entertain you with his wit and storytelling ability. .”

On Monday, Sizemore’s family said doctors told them there was “no more hope” and recommended an “end-of-life decision” because of his health condition, according to a statement released, CNN reported. done

Born in Detroit, Sizemore made his name in Hollywood playing tough guys.

He had a small role in the 1989 Oliver Stone film Born on the Fourth of July and on the small screen played the role of Sgt. Winnie Ventresca in the ABC series ‘China Beach’.

Sizemore has appeared in various films, including ‘Point Break’ in 1991, ‘True Romance’ in 1993, ‘Natural Born Killers’ in 1994 and ‘Strange Days’ in 1995, reports CNN.

Her co-starring role as Bette Masterson in Kevin Costner’s western ‘White Earp’ won Sizemore acclaim. He played other prominent roles in the 2001 releases ‘Pearl Harbour’ and ‘Black Hawk Down’.

He was perhaps best known for his role as Sgt. Mike Horvath in the 1998 World War II film Saving Private Ryan.

Sizemore appeared recently Netflix series ‘Cobra Kai’ and the independent supernatural film, ‘Impuratus’.

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