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TOM SIZEMORE (Earl) has established himself as one of the most gifted and versatile actors working in film today. He garnered enormous critical praise for his work opposite Tom Hanks in Steven Spielberg's Academy Award nominated drama "Saving Private Ryan." He was seen in the epic adventure "Red Planet," co starring Val Kilmer. His upcoming independent films include "The Florentine" with Chris Penn, Jeremy Davies and Michael Madsen, and "The Match" with Ian Holm, Richard E. Grant and Max Beesley

Most recently he starred in Martin Scorsese's "Bringing Out the Dead" opposite Nicolas Cage and in "Play It to the Bone" with Woody Harrelson and Antonio Banderas. He also gained critical acclaim for his role in HBO's "Witness Protection."

Sizemore's first movie role was for Oliver Stone in "Born on the Fourth of July" He later reteamed with Stone on "Natural Born Killers." Another stand out performance was the 1997 suspense thriller "The Relic," co-starring Penelope Ann Miller, which garnered him a Best Actor Award at the Madrid Film Festival.

In 1995 Sizemore had a banner year with three extraordinary films including "Heat" opposite Al Pacino, Robert De Niro and Val Kilmer. He also starred with Denzel Washington in director Carl Franklin's "Devil in a Blue Dress" and in "Strange Days" for Kathryn Bigelow Sizemore previously starred in a wide range of films including "Heart and Souls," "True Romance," "Wyatt Earp," "Passenger 57," "Watch It," "Guilty by Suspicion" and NBC's highly successful miniseries "Witness to the Mob," in which he portrayed John Gotti to critical raves.

A native of Detroit, Sizemore received his bachelor of fine arts from Wayne State University and went on to earn his masters in theatre from Temple University He began his career on the stage, appearing in numerous regional and off-Broadway productions.


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