The actor is also known for his work in The Heat and Black Hawk.

Actor Tom Sizemore It has been confirmed that he died at the age of 61 after suffering a brain aneurysm. The actor was found unconscious at his Los Angeles home on February 18 after suffering a brain aneurysm. After the encounter, he was hospitalized and placed on life support.

Sizemore’s reps confirmed the news of his death, saying:

“It is with great sadness and grief that I must announce that actor Thomas Edward Sizemore (“Tom Sizemore”), 61, passed away peacefully in his sleep today at St. Joseph’s Hospital in Burbank,” Lago said in a statement. “Her brother Paul and twin sons Jayden and Jagger (17) were by her side.”

Sizemore is perhaps best known for his role in the Academy Award-winning World War II epic. Saving Private Ryanin which he directed Steven Spielberg. He played Sgt. With Mike Horvath Tom Hanks and Matt Damon in the film, four Oscar statuettes, including best director for Spielberg, as well as six more nominations at the 1999 ceremony, including best picture.


RELATIONSHIP: ‘Strange Days’ turns 25, and Kathryn Bigelow’s thriller was years ahead of its time

Some of his previous works including various films Born on the Fourth of July, Passenger 57, True Romance, Point Break and Wyatt Earp. Sizemore was known for portraying tough characters in 1990s action films Natural born killers (Director Oliver Stone from a Quentin Tarantino script), with whom he starred Woody Harrelson, Juliet Lewis, Robert Downey Jr. and Tommy Lee Jones.

In addition, he became famous for the role of Michael Cheritto Michael Manns heist epic thriller, Heat. After these successes, he continued to play Michael Bayof Pearl Harbor with Ben Affleck and Josh Hartnettand Ridley Scottof Black Hawk down including the composition of the ensemble Ewan McGregor and Eric Banain 2001.

In later years, Sizemore found work as a recurring actor in television series. He made a guest appearance on the latest Netflix series Karate boy spin-off show Cobra Kaias well as a recurring role on Showtime’s 2017 revival David Lynch’s cult classic Twin Peaks. In March, he will star in a sci-fi film Impuratusin which he plays a police detective forced to believe in the supernatural after witnessing the deathbed confession of a Civil War veteran.

Our condolences go out to Sizemore’s friends and family at this time.