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TOM SIZEMORE (Joe Domino) received critical accolades for his portrayal of Sergeant Horvath in Steven Spielberg's Oscars winning drama, "Saving Private Ryan." Sizemore also won the Best Actor Award at the 1997 Madrid Film Festival for his performance as a tough Chicago detective in the supernatural thriller, "The Relic."

A native of Detroit, Sizemore received his bachelor of fine arts from Wayne State University and went on to earn his master's degree in Theatre 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 Theatre, and "1984" at the Kennedy Center in Washington, DC.

Film audiences recognize Sizemore from his roles in films such as "Devil In A Blue Dress," "Strange Days," "Heat" and "Natural Born Killers." He lists among his many other film credits "Heart and Souls," "True Romance," "Wyatt Earp," "Passenger 57," "Guilty By Suspicion" and "Born On The Fourth Of July," and most recently, opposite Nicolas Cage in Martin Scorsese's production of "Bringing Out The Dead." Sizemore will next be seen in "The Florentine."

On television, he starred as John Gotti in NBC's "Witness To The Mob," and HBO's "Witness Protection."

Sizemore is currently in production on "Red Planet" oppose Val Kilmer, scheduled for release in summer 2000.

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