For Tom Sizemore (61) there is "no hope of recovery". This was announced by a spokesman for the actor, according to The Hollywood Reporter. The Saving Private Ryan star has been in Providence Saint Joseph Medical Center in California since February 18 with a brain aneurysm. According to US media reports, he is in a coma in the intensive care unit.
His spokesman's new statement now says that the doctors "informed his family that there was no more hope" and recommended life-ending measures. The relatives now want to decide how to proceed. The family also asked for privacy in the message and thanked everyone for the messages of support and prayers. "It was a difficult time for her," the spokesman said.
Sizemore was found unconscious at his home in Los Angeles around 2 a.m. on February 18, according to media reports. Apparently he collapsed after a stroke.
The actor became known alongside Tom Hanks (66) in the 1998 film "Saving Private Ryan". He also appeared in "Heat", "Pearl Harbor", "Natural Born Killers" and the remake of "Twin Peaks".