Tom Sizemore’s manager released a statement saying that there is no longer any hope for the actor’s recovery following a brain aneurysm on February 18th. Read More…
Tom Sizemore’s Condition
As of Tuesday, February 28th, 2023, according to HealthDay News, Tom Sizemore, the actor who experienced a brain aneurysm last week, is still in critical condition. The medical professionals have informed the family that there is no hope for his recovery.
“there is no further hope and have recommended end of life decision. The family is now deciding end of life matters.” “We are asking for privacy for his family during this difficult time, and they wish to thank everyone for the hundreds of messages of support and prayers that have been received. This has been a difficult time for them.”Charles Lago(Tom Sizemore’s Manager)
Sizemore fell unconscious at his residence in Los Angeles during the early hours of February 18th. According to Lago, he has remained in a coma and has been receiving care in the intensive care unit since then.
Sizemore gained fame in the 1990s and 2000s for his roles in action and crime films. He has often been cast as tough characters, such as Technical Sergeant Mike Horvat in “Saving Private Ryan,” Colonel Danny McKnight in “Black Hawk Down,” and Detective Jack Scagnetti in “Natural Born Killers.”
He has a lengthy criminal record and was found guilty of domestic violence against his former girlfriend Heidi Fleiss in 2003. Sizemore’s struggles with drug addiction are well-documented, and he even participated in the third season of “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew“.
He developed a serious drug addiction after achieving fame and wealth, which he detailed in his autobiography, including struggles with heroin and crystal meth. In 1997, he was also taken into custody under suspicion of assaulting his then-wife, Maeve Quinlan, who is an actress and tennis player. They separated and divorced two years later. In 2003, he was given a six-month prison sentence for physically assaulting his then-girlfriend, Heidi Fleiss, who was a former “Hollywood Star.” As part of his sentence, he was also required to undergo rehabilitation and anger management treatment.