c994d02922b4f232d0dcff70499775a7084fa52a The family of American Actor Tom Sizemore is now deciding end of life matters.
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The family of American Actor Tom Sizemore is now deciding end of life matters.

Tom Sizemore (Getty images)

According to Sizemore's representative, Charles Lago, the 61-year-old actor's family is "deciding the end of life" for him after he experienced a brain aneurysm on February 18. The doctors told his family on Monday that there is no longer any hope and have advised that the end of his life be decided, according to a statement from Lago. A fresh statement will be released on Wednesday because the family is now considering end-of-life options

The statement went on to say: "We respectfully request that his family's privacy during this trying time and would want to express our gratitude for the numerous words of encouragement and well wishes they have received. They have experienced a rough period." Sizemore fainted at his Los Angeles residence on February 18 and was brought to the hospital by paramedics. His brain aneurysm, caused by a stroke, was discovered there by doctors. Since then, Sizemore has remained in serious condition and is being given intensive care while in a coma.

Sizemore gained notoriety in the 1990s playing tough guys in films including "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man," "Passenger 57," "True Romance," and "Nature Killers." His breakthrough role was as technical sergeant Mike Horvath in Steven Spielberg's 1998 war movie "Saving Private Ryan." The movie "Saving Private Ryan" was nominated for Best Picture at the Oscars. Sizemore has collaborated with a variety of directors over the course of his career, including Michael Mann, Martin Scorsese, Peter Hyams, Carl Franklin, Oliver Stone, Ridley Scott, and Michael Bay.

Sizemore has a history of abuse. He was found guilty of domestic abuse against his then-girlfriend in 2003, and after being detained a few months earlier on suspicion of hitting his partner, Sizemore pleaded not guilty to two domestic violence charges in 2017. 

After being discovered attempting to tamper with a urinalysis in 2005, Sizemore got a sentence of six months in jail. Both in 2007 and 2019, he was detained for having "various illegal narcotics" in his possession. Sizemore has been open about his battles with substance usage, and he has spoken about his legal troubles on "Celebrity Rehab With Dr. Drew" and "Dr. Phil."

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