Los Angeles home on February 18. He died in his sleep on Friday at a hospital in Burbank, California, his manager Charles Lago confirmed to the AP news agency.
Shortly before his death, the actor’s family announced that they were “now deciding end-of-life matters”. Sizemore’s first major appearance was in the 1989 Oliver Stone film Born On The Fourth Of July.
The performance opened doors in Hollywood and he carved out a niche playing the quintessential hardman, from gangsters to bodyguards and soldiers.
He secured supporting roles in blockbusters such as Point Break, True Romance and Natural Born Killers. He was widely praised for his portrayal of professional thief Michael Cheritto in the heist film 1995 Heat, written and directed by Michael Mann and starring Al Pacino and Robert De Niro.Read more on msn.com