Legendary actor Tom Sizemore remains very ill, in a coma, and in the intensive care unit after being hospitalised earlier this month after suffering a brain aneurysm. The family of the “Pearl Harbor” star has made “end-of-life-matters” decisions after the physicians said there is little possibility for his recovery.
A Tough Decision For Tom’s Family
Following the doctor’s update, Tom Sizemore’s family is making decisions regarding “end-of-life matters.” The “Heat” star has remained in critical condition, in a coma, and in the intensive care unit after being hospitalised earlier this month due to a brain aneurysm.
Charles Lago, Tom Sizemore’s agent, issued a statement on Monday (Feb. 27). “Today, physicians told his family that there is no more hope and have recommended making an end-of-life decision,” Lago said. The family is currently making end-of-life decisions; a new statement will be released on Wednesday.
“We are requesting privacy for his family during this trying time, and they would want to thank everyone for the many supportive comments and prayers that they have received,” he continued. For them, this has been a challenging period.
What Happened To Tom Sizemore?
Tom Sizemore passed out early on February 18 at his residence in Los Angeles. His manager issued a statement stating that the individual had experienced a brain aneurysm as a result of a stroke. Since then, he has been critically ill, in a coma, and in the intensive care unit.
A brain aneurysm, in case you weren’t aware, is “a bulging or ballooning in a blood vessel in the brain.” A fruit hanging on a stem is a common representation of an aneurysm. A hemorrhagic stroke might result from it leaking or rupturing and bleeding into the brain.
Tom has starred in popular films like “Heart and Souls” and “Pearl Harbor” during the course of a career spanning more than four decades. Tom gained notoriety in the 1990s for his tough-guy roles in “Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man,” “True Romance,” and “Natural Born Killer.”
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Tom’s major break came in the role of Technical Sergeant Mike Horvath in Steven Spielberg’s 1998 war movie “Saving Private Ryan.” The film received an Oscar nomination for best picture. He starred in “C.L.E.A.N” (2020), an independent horror/thriller movie that earned a Vegas Movie award, before developing his ailment. In 2021, he received another Vegas Movie Award for “The Electric Man.”
He joined the cast of Bruce Bellocchi’s vengeance thriller The Legend of Jack and Diane, which features a female lead, last year. Despite having a great career, Tom has battled drug addiction and a number of legal troubles. Due to his connection to Heidi Fleiss, he was found guilty of domestic abuse charges.
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