Tom Sizemore is in critical condition after suffering a brain aneurysm, a representative for the actor said Sunday.
Sizemore suffered the aneurysm around 2 a.m. Saturday at his home in Los Angeles, according to his manager Charles Lago, Sizemore was in critical condition. He described Sizemore’s condition “a wait and see situation” to the Associated Press.
Sizemore, 61, collapsed and was found unconscious around 2 a.m., his manager Charles Lago told TMZ.
Someone called 911 and paramedics rushed Sizemore to a hospital where he was in the intensive care unit Sunday morning.
“He is in the hospital,” Lago told Fox News Digital. “His family is aware of the situation and are hoping for the best. It is too early to know about [a] recovery situation as he is in critical condition and under observation.”
Sizemore has starred in blockbusters including “Saving Private Ryan,” “Natural Born Killers,” “Heat,” and “Blackhawk Down.”
In addition, he was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 2000 for Best Performance by an Actor in a Miniseries or Motion Picture Made for Television for his role in “Witness Protection.” More recently, he appeared in episodes of the TV series “Twin Peaks” and “Cobra Kai.”
Sizemore has long struggled with drug addiction and had a litany of legal issues during his career.
He was convicted in 2003 on domestic violence charges stemming from a relationship with his former fiancee Heidi Fleiss. He told in a 2010 interview he had been addicted to cocaine, heroin and meth, and he participated in the 2010 season of the reality show “Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew.”
Sizemore was convicted of domestic violence in 2003 against his girlfriend, Heidi Fleiss. In 2006, he pleaded no contest to using methamphetamine outside a motel. Sizemore was arrested in Los Angeles in 2009 for suspected battery of a former spouse, and again in 2011 for the same offense. In 2018, a then 26-year-old actress filed a lawsuit against Sizemore, claiming he abused her as an 11-year-old during production on the film “Born Killers.” Sizemore denied it, and the suit was later dismissed.
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