Tom Sizemore's Family Mulling Over 'End of Life Matters' as Doctors Say There's 'No Further Hope'
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The 61-year-old actor, best known for his role in 'Saving Private Ryan', has been in a coma in intensive care since he was found unconscious at his home due to brain aneurysm last week.

AceShowbiz - Tom Sizemore's family has to make a tough decision on his life following bad prognosis from doctors. A rep for the actor says his family is mulling over "end of life matters" after he suffered a brain aneurysm at home earlier this month.

"Today, doctors informed his family that there is no further hope and have recommended end of life decision," Tom's manager Charles Lago said in a statement on Monday, February 27. "The family is now deciding end of life matters and a further statement will be issued on Wednesday."

He further said on behalf of Tom's family, "We are asking for privacy for his family during this difficult time and they wish to thank everyone for the hundreds of messages of support, and prayers that have been received. This has been a difficult time for them."

Tom was found unconscious at his house in Los Angeles around 2 A.M. local time on Saturday, February 18. 911 was quickly called and paramedics rushed him into an Intensive Care Unit in Los Angeles.

"He is in the hospital. His family is aware of the situation and are hoping for the best. It is too early to know about (a) recovery situation as he is in critical condition under observation," Charles said in a statement at the time.

In the new update, his manager said, "Since that day, Tom has remained in critical condition, in a coma and in intensive care."

Tom is probably best known for playing Sergeant Mike Harvath in "Saving Private Ryan" in 1999. Throughout his career, he has also appeared in popular films like "Heat", "Natural Born Killers", "Pearl Harbor" and "Black Hawk Down".

The father of 2 made headlines in 2005 when his sex tape with multiple women leaked online, several months after he welcomed twins with Janelle McIntire. In 2007, he starred on a six-episode TV series called "Shooting Sizemore", which detailed the actor's battle with addictions to methamphetamines and heroin.

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