Tom Sizemore, an actor who was best known for his role in the 1998 movie “Saving Private Ryan,” died on Friday, his representative said. He had lived for 61 years.
Sizemore died at St. Joseph’s Hospital Burbank in Burbank, California, along with his twin sons, Jaden and Jagger, both 17.
Sizemore passed out at his home in Los Angeles early on February 18. In a statement released on February 27 by his manager Charles Lago, it was said that the actor had a “brain aneurysm that was caused by the stroke.”
“I’m very saddened by the loss of a customer who was also a great friend and mentor to me for almost 15 years. Tom was one of the most trustworthy, kind, and generous people I’ve ever met. Lago said in a statement on Friday, “Adversity has always been a source of inspiration for me. The last few years have been good for him, and now he’s getting his life back on track. He loved his family, especially his sons. My friend will be missed.”
Paul Sizemore said that the death of his older brother made him “deeply sad.” And he said how sad he was.
“He was more than life itself. He has had more of an effect on my life than anyone else I know. He was smart, kind, and funny, and he could keep you laughing for hours with his stories. In a statement, he said, “I am heartbroken that he is dead, and I will miss him for the rest of my life.”
Maeve Quinlan was married to Sizemore from 1996 to 1999 and stayed in touch with him. She sent him her “heartfelt condolences” when she heard about his death.
“My thoughts and prayers are especially with Jayden and Jagger, Tom’s two sons. She said in a statement, “May God hold you both in the palm of his hand, give you strength, and bless you for the rest of your lives.”
After he is taken to the hospital, Lago tells Sizemore how he is doing.
“Since that day, Tom has been in critical condition, in a coma, and in intensive care,” Lago said, adding that doctors told Sizemore’s family that there was “no more hope” and told him to wait for the end of his life. Be ready to make a choice.
Lago ended his statement by saying, “We’d like his family to have some privacy during this hard time, and we’d like to thank everyone for the many messages of support and prayers.” They are going through a hard time.”
Sizemore was in many famous movies, like “Saving Private Ryan” and “Natural Born Killers” and “Strange Days” and “Devil in a Blue Dress” and “Heat” and “Enemy of the State” and “Black Hawk Down” and “Pearl Harbor.”
In an interview in May 2022, the actor said that “The Last Lullaby,” which came out in 2008, was his favorite film. He told Decider that it was “one of my favorite things I’ve ever done.”
Sizemore has been accused of domestic abuse and violence many times in his life. In 2003, he was found guilty of domestic violence against his then-girlfriend Heidi Fleiss, and in 2017, he was found guilty of two domestic violence charges. The other was found guilty of hitting someone. Friend.
The Hollywood Reporter said in 2017 that Sizemore was kicked off a film set in 2003 because he allegedly touched an 11-year-old actress. In 2018, the actress, who was born in 1991, filed a formal complaint against Sizemore about what she said happened. In his lawsuit, Sizemore said that the actress’s claims were not true. In 2020, a judge in Utah threw out the case with no harm done.
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Sizemore has also had trouble with drugs. In 2010, he was on season 3 of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew” and the second season of “Celebrity Rehab Presents Sober House,” which was a spin-off of the original show.
In a 2013 interview with Access Hollywood, Sizemore said that cocaine, heroin, and crystal meth are the three most powerful and dangerous drugs.
In his 2016 book “By Some Miracle I Made It Out of There,” he also talked about his drug use.
Sizemore’s twin sons, Jayden and Jagger, who are now 17 years old, are his only family.