BRINGING OUT THE DEAD
TOM SIZEMORE (Walls) received enormous
critical acclaim for his performance in Steven Spielberg's highly-lauded World
War II drama "Saving Private Ryan." Recently he completed Ron
Shelton's "Play It to the Bone," in which he stars opposite Woody
Harrelson and Antonio Banderas, and HBO's "Witness Protection." Next
up Sizemore begins production on "Mars" co-starring Val Kilmer and
directed by Anthony Hopkins.
Born and raised in Detroit, Sizemore earned a B.F.A. in acting from Wayne
State University and a Master's Degree in Theatre from Temple University. He
starred in numerous regional and off-Broadway productions, including Horton
Foote's "The Land of the Astronauts" at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in
New York and "1984" at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C.
Among his films are "Heart and Souls," "True Romance,"
"Wyatt Earp," "Passenger 57," "Watch It,"
"Guilty by Suspicion," "Born on the Fourth of July,"
"The Relic," "Strange Days," "Heat," "The
Match," "The Florentine," "Devil in a Blue Dress" and
"Natural Born Killers."
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