Actor Tom Sizemore of ‘Saving Non-public Ryan’ hospitalized from mind aneurysm -manager


(Reuters) – Tom Sizemore, an American actor identified for his roles in “Saving Non-public Ryan” and “Black Hawk Down,” has been hospitalized in Los Angeles after struggling a mind aneurysm early Saturday morning and is in crucial situation, his supervisor stated.

“He’s presently in crucial situation and it’s a wait and see scenario,” the 61-year-old actor’s supervisor, Charles Lago, wrote in an e mail.

Sizemore, whose movie and tv profession has spanned many years, is greatest acknowledged for his roles because the battle-hardened sergeant at Tom Hanks’ facet in 1998’s “Saving Non-public Ryan,” and as commander of an Military Ranger battalion in 2001’s “Black Hawk Down.” He was nominated for a Golden Globe Award in 2000 for greatest actor in a miniseries or movie made for tv for his position in “Witness Safety.”

Sizemore has struggled with drug dependancy for almost so long as his profession and has had a number of run-ins with legislation enforcement. A 2007 documentary sequence, “Capturing Sizemore,” chronicled his efforts to reclaim his life and profession after being convicted of assaulting his ex-girlfriend and getting into rehab for methamphetamine and heroin use.

The actor has been arrested for driving below the affect and drug possession a number of occasions lately.

(Reporting by Gabriella Borter; Enhancing by Nick Zieminski)

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