SAVING PRIVATE RYAN
TOM SIZEMORE won the Best Actor Award at the 1997 Madrid
Film Festival for his performance as a tough Chicago police detective
in the supernatural thriller "The Relic." He had earlier
received critical praise for his work as Scagnetti, the self-promoting
detective on the trail of two serial killers, in Oliver Stone's
controversial "Natural Born Killers."
Film audiences also recognize Sizemore for his roles in the crime
drama "Devil in a Blue Dress," starring Denzel Washington;
Kathryn Bigelow's futuristic thriller "Strange Days,"
with Ralph Fiennes; and Michael Mann's action drama "Heat,"
starring Al Pacino and Robert DiNero. He counts among his other
film credits "Heart and Souls," "True Romance,"
"Wyatt Earp," "Passenger 57," "Watch
It," "Guilty by Suspicion," and "Born on the
Fourth of July."
In May, Sizemore starred as John Gotti in NBC's "Witness
to the Mob." He recently completed production on the film
"The Florentine," in which he stars with Chris Penn
and Michael Madsen for director Nick Stagliano.
A native of Detroit, Sizemore received his B.F.A. from Wayne State
University and went on the to earn a Masters Degree in Theater
from Temple University. He began his career on the stage, appearing
in numerous regional and off-Broadway productions, including Horton
Foote's "The Land of the Astronauts" at New York's Ensemble
Studio Theater, and "1984" at the Kennedy Center in
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