Tom Sizemore in Critical Condition After Brain Aneurysm, Rep Reports

Tom Sizemore, the actor known for his role in the 1998 film Saving Private Ryan, is in critical condition after suffering a brain aneurysm, his representative said Tuesday.

The 59-year-old actor was taken to a hospital in Los Angeles on Monday night after experiencing a severe headache. Doctors discovered that he had suffered a brain aneurysm, according to his publicist.

“At this time, Tom is receiving excellent medical care and we are hopeful for a full recovery,” the publicist said in a statement.

Sizemore has appeared in numerous films and television shows in a career that has spanned over three decades. He’s best known for his role as Sergeant Horvath in Saving Private Ryan, which earned him a Screen Actors Guild Award nomination.

He has also had roles in films such as Heat, Black Hawk Down, and Pearl Harbor.

Sizemore has also had a history of legal problems, including a 2003 conviction for domestic violence. He was sentenced to 16 months in prison for the offense.

Sizemore’s representative said that he is currently in critical condition and that his family is asking for privacy as he recovers.