ROME, FEBRUARY 28 – The hopes that the actor Tom Sizemore, also much loved for the role of Sergeant Mike Horvath in Saving Private Ryan, will be able to recover from the serious brain aneurysm that struck him about ten days ago and his manager Charles Lago, as reported by Variety, announced that the family is making decisions regarding the “end of life”. “On Monday the doctors – he said – informed his family that there is no more hope and have recommended the decision of end of life. The family is now evaluating this hypothesis and a further statement will be released shortly”. Lago asked for “privacy in this difficult moment”. The relatives wish to “thank everyone for the hundreds of messages of support and prayers that have been received. This – he underlined – is a very difficult moment for them ”. Sizemore, 61, from Detroit, has appeared, often as a tough guy, in various blockbuster action films since the 1990s, including Heat, Natural Born Killers, Pearl Harbor and Black Hawk Down. He was nominated for a Golden Globe for his role in Cold Eye of the Witness and most recently had appeared on television in the series Twin Peaks and Cobra Kai. (HANDLE).


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