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De Niro showed up on his doorstep with Tom's mother and told him they were there to drive him to jail or rehab. Has played characters in seven movies who have died in shootouts: True Romance (1993), Enemy of the State (1998), Saving Private Ryan (1998), Heat (1995), Natural Born Killers (1994), Devil in a Blue Dress (1995) and Dreamcatcher (2003).
If counting voice work, the number goes up to eight!
: He did the voice of Sonny Forelli in Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002), who is killed in a gang shootout.
Spent time doing research at Folsom Prison, a maximum security facility near Sacramento, California to gather insider insight into the criminal psychology and felonious crews like the fictional one his character belongs to in Heat.
Telling him they were there to drive him to jail or to rehabilitation, Sizemore chose the latter. II films directed by both Terrence Malick and Steven Spielberg, Sizemore chose the role of "Sergeant Horvath" in Saving Private Ryan (1998).
After completing rehabilitation, he counseled adolescents involved in substance abuse. The role and film received wide acclaim and introduced Sizemore's talents to a much broader audience in a more human and well-rounded role than he had previously been given.
Sizemore's first big leading role is in The Relic (1997), the big-budget effects thriller directed by Peter Hyams.
According to a 2001 interview in The Calgary Sun, Sizemore entered a drug rehabilitation program in 1998 after his mother and his friend Robert De Niro appeared on his door-step during the filming of Witness to the Mob (1998).
After a flamboyant and uncredited mobster role in Enemy of the State (1998), Sizemore then portrayed a psychotic paramedic in Bringing Out the Dead (1999) directed by Martin Scorsese.
People knew I was using but they still hired me for their films.
I was grateful back then, but it was what contributed to my downward spiral.
He didn't want to be part of my problem." - On his drug problem and Saving Private Ryan (1998).
"For years I fooled myself into thinking I could or even was getting off drugs.