LOS ANGELES (CNS) - Actor Tom Sizemore, who starred in such films as "Saving Private Ryan," "Born on the Fourth of July" and "Black Hawk Down," remains hospitalized in critical condition after suffering a brain aneurysm, according to his manager.
Sizemore suffered the aneurysm at around 2 a.m. Saturday at his home in Los Angeles and was hospitalized in intensive care, his manager, Charles Lago, said.
"... It's a wait and see situation," Lago told City News Service Sunday. "His family is aware and waiting for updates."
The 61-year-old actor has appeared in major films and on television, but his career has also been marred by drug and legal difficulties.
He was convicted of domestic violence against his then-girlfriend, former "Hollywood Madam" Heidi Fleiss, in 2003. Two years later, he was sentenced to seven months in jail for repeatedly failing drug tests while on probation.
Sizemore pleaded no contest to two charges of domestic abuse in 2017 for assaulting another girlfriend, receiving 36 months of summary probation.
The Detroit native was also arrested on suspicion of possessing various illegal drugs in Burbank in January 2019.
His other film roles include "Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man," "Passenger 57," "True Romance," "Natural Born Killers," "Strange Days" and "Heat" -- all in the 1990s -- and "Red Planet" (2000) and "Pearl Harbor" (2001).
He appeared on the TV show "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" in 2010 and the 2017 revival of "Twin Peaks.'
Sizemore also voiced a character in the popular video game "Grand Theft Auto: Vice City."