As of Monday, “His family was informed by the doctor that there is no longer any hope and that making an end-of-life decision is advised. The family is currently making decisions regarding the end of life, and a new statement will be released on Wednesday “And Lago.
According to Lago, the 61-year-old actor has been in an intensive care unit since suffering an an aneurysm earlier this month. Finally, he says, “His family would want to express their gratitude to everyone for the numerous expressions of support and well wishes they have received, but we are requesting privacy for them during this trying time.
For them, this has been a challenging period.” Sizemore passed out early on February 18 at his Los Angeles residence. His management claims that the brain aneurysm he experienced resulted from a stroke.
Sizemore has a long list of notable credits to his name, including roles in Natural Born Killers (1994), Heat (1995), Saving Private Ryan (1998), Black Hawk Down (2001), Pearl Harbor (2001), and even the 2017 Twin Peaks reboot.
As the voice of Sonny Forelli in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City for the PlayStation 2, Xbox, and Windows in 2002, the father of two and actor from Detroit also tried his hand at voice acting. He played the boss of the Ray Liotta-voiced mobster Tommy Vercetti.
Among other honors, Sizemore has been nominated for a Golden Satellite Award, a Screen Actors Guild Award, and a Golden Globe. Sizemore had previously encountered legal issues, most notably for allegedly being expelled off the Born Killers Utah set in 2003 when an 11-year-old actress accused the actor of touching her improperly, according to several members of the cast and crew who spoke to The Hollywood Reporter in 2017.
After that, the former actress sued Sizemore for $3 million in 2018, claiming he was to blame for her long-term problems, including post-traumatic stress disorder and a drug and alcohol addiction. Sizemore refuted the charges, and in 2020 a Utah judge dismissed the civil complaint in an order that omitted his justification.
According to the woman’s attorney, the Utah Supreme Court’s earlier decision upholding the state’s sex crime statute of limitations was the reason for the dismissal, as reported by USA TODAY.
“I hope this alarming matter is finally over for all concerned,” Sizemore wrote to USA TODAY.
Sizemore previously entered a no-contest plea to two domestic violence misdemeanor counts stemming from the attack on his girlfriend in July 2016. He was given a six-month prison term in 2003 for physically abusing his then-girlfriend Heidi Fleiss, and he later broke the terms of his probation by getting in touch with her and refusing drug tests.