Sizemore, Tom Biography

biography of Sizemore, Tom

Thomas Edward Sizemore Jr.
29 November 1961, Detroit, Michigan, USA
5' 11"
Tom Sizemore rose in prominence throughout the 1990s, establishing himself as a memorable tough guy character, sought after by the most respected directors in the business. Born in Detroit on 29 November, 1961, Sizemore grew up idolizing the tough guy characters of the movies he watched. After attending Wayne State University, he got his master's degree in theater from Temple University in 1986. Like many he moved to New York City and struggled, waiting tables and performing in plays. His first break came when 'Oliver Stone (I)' (qv) cast him in a bit part in _Born on the Fourth of July (1989)_ (qv). Bigger roles soon followed throughout the early 1990s, such as _Guilty by Suspicion (1991)_ (qv), _True Romance (1993)_ (qv), and _Striking Distance (1993)_ (qv). 1994 proved to be an even bigger year for Sizemore, as he won the role of "Bat Masterson" in 'Kevin Costner' (qv)'s star-studded biopic _Wyatt Earp (1994)_ (qv), as well as one of his first truly memorable roles as "Detective Jack Scagnetti" in 'Oliver Stone (I)' (qv)'s controversial _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv). In 1995 he appeared in _Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)_ (qv), _Strange Days (1995)_ (qv), as well as the acclaimed crime epic _Heat (1995)_ (qv), directed by 'Michael Mann (I)' (qv). Sizemore's first big leading role is in _The Relic (1997)_ (qv), the big budget effects thriller directed by 'Peter Hyams' (qv). According to a 2001 interview in The Calgary Sun, Sizemore entered a drug rehab program in 1998 after his mother and his friend 'Robert De Niro' (qv) appeared on his doorstep during the filming of _Witness to the Mob (1998) (TV)_ (qv). Telling him they were there to drive him to jail or to rehab, Sizemore chose rehab. After he completed rehab, he counseled teens involved in substance abuse. Offered both a role in WWII films directed by both 'Terrence Malick' (qv) and 'Steven Spielberg' (qv), Sizemore chose the role of "Sergeant Horvath" in _Saving Private Ryan (1998)_ (qv). The role and film received widespread acclaim and introduced Sizemore's talents to a much broader audience in a more human and well-rounded role than he had previously been given. Sizemore also credits this shoot and 'Steven Spielberg' (qv) for helping him with his recovery from addiction, with 'Steven Spielberg' (qv) threatening to re-shoot the entire film if Sizemore failed a drug test even once. After a flamboyant and uncredited mobster role in _Enemy of the State (1998)_ (qv), Sizemore then portrayed a psychotic paramedic in _Bringing Out the Dead (1999)_ (qv) directed by 'Martin Scorsese' (qv). Seemingly taking it easy, he then turned in fine but stereotypical performances in _Play It to the Bone (1999)_ (qv), _Red Planet (2000)_ (qv), and _Pearl Harbor (2001)_ (qv). Sizemore then received another leading role in the high-profile military drama _Black Hawk Down (2001)_ (qv) directed by yet another legendary director, 'Ridley Scott' (qv). Specializing in the sort of ultimate tough guy/manly man roles that hearken back to a different era in film, Sizemore continues to be a favourite of Hollywood's greatest directors. Never afraid to speak his mind about anyone and anything, his sense of blunt honesty and lack of pretentiousness is refreshing. A commanding voice and presence on film, Sizemore looks to continue as one of Hollywood's greatest actors.
Brian Stewart

-   'Maeve Quinlan' (qv) (1 September 1996 - 19 November 1999) (divorced)

-   (24 January 1997) Arrested in Los Angeles, after his wife, 'Maeve Quinlan' (qv), called police claiming she'd been physically injured by Tom during an argument at their apartment.

-   According to a 2001 interview with The Calgary Sun, he credits 'Robert De Niro' (qv) with turning his life around during the filming of _Witness to the Mob (1998) (TV)_ (qv). De Niro showed up on his doorstep with Tom's mother and told him they were there to drive him to jail or rehab. He chose rehab.

-   Formerly engaged to 'Heidi Fleiss' (qv).

-   His brother, 'Aaron Sizemore' (qv), is a writer and lives in Detroit.

-   His younger brother is 'Paul Sizemore' (qv)

-   He is of Welsh and French descent and NOT Italian-American despite assumptions of the contrary. His father's side of the family is of Welsh descent and his mother's (Chenault) is of French.

-   Is training in Jiu Jitsu and weightlifting to stay in shape as of 2011.

-   Attended Wayne State University in Detroit, Michigan and graduated in theater (acting).

-   Had his nose accidentally broken by 'Juliette Lewis (I)' (qv) during the filming of the prison cell fight scene in 'Oliver Stone (I)' (qv)'s _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv).

-   Has played characters in seven movies who have died in shootouts: _True Romance (1993)_ (qv), _Enemy of the State (1998)_ (qv), _Saving Private Ryan (1998)_ (qv), _Heat (1995)_ (qv), _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv), _Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)_ (qv) and _Dreamcatcher (2003)_ (qv). If counting voice work, the number goes up to eight!: He did the voice of Sonny Forelli in _Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002) (VG)_ (qv), who is killed in a gang shootout.

-   As a struggling young actor in New York, Sizemore worked for three years as a waiter in the World Trade Center.

-   Auditioned six times for the part of Mr. Pink in _Reservoir Dogs (1992)_ (qv).

-   Gained 44 lbs. to portray 'John Gotti' (qv) in _Witness to the Mob (1998) (TV)_ (qv) by gorging on ice cream, pizza, pasta with cream sauce, meatball sandwiches and drinking weight gainer shakes.

-   In February 2005, he failed a court-ordered drug test after he was caught trying to use a prosthetic penis to fake the results, the second time he has been caught trying this.

-   Was in attendance at 'Chris Penn (I)' (qv)'s funeral

-   Has twin sons Jayden and Jagger born in July of 2005 with ex-girlfriend Janelle McIntire.

-   Claims to have spent $11 million on lawyers and legal fees fighting previous drug and domestic violence charges.

-   Is the lead singer for the Hollywood rock band Day 8, formed in 2002. The members are Rod Casho, Michael Taylor, Lester Mendoza, and Tyrone Tomke. They have recorded a 4 song EP.

-   Spent time doing research at Folsom Prison, a maximum security facility near Sacramento, California to gather insider insight into the criminal psychology and felonious crews like the fictional one his character belongs to in Heat.

-   Tom is the godfather of 'Michael Madsen (I)' (qv)'s youngest child, Hudson.

-   Tom credits his ex-wife 'Maeve Quinlan' (qv), a professional tennis player and a regular on _"The Bold and the Beautiful" (1987)_ (qv), with helping to keep him on the straight and narrow, she was always there to steer him straight.

-   Favorite movies are: _Taxi Driver (1976)_ (qv), _Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)_ (qv) and _The Deer Hunter (1978)_ (qv).

-   Starred in numerous regional and off-Broadway theatrical productions including 'Horton Foote' (qv)'s "The Land of the Astronauts" at the Ensemble Studio Theatre in New York.

-   As a teenager, Tom sang tenor in musicals staged by local theatre groups. He was annoyed at not being considered for the part of "Che", ('Antonio Banderas' (qv) landed the role), in 'Alan Parker (I)' (qv)'s _Evita (1996)_ (qv). He's about to start taking singing lessons again (2009).

-   For _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv), Tom was dressed by 'Emporio Armani' (qv).

-   Tom features in the longest "walk 'n talk" scene in movie history, as "Jack Scagnetti" in _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv).

-   To prepare for _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv), Tom met with 'Ted Bundy' (qv)'s psychiatrist and 'John Wayne Gacy' (qv).

-   On 9/9/2004, Tom was shot at while driving in his car in Los Angeles. There was a passenger in the car, both Tom and the passenger were unharmed.

-   Credits his childhood for his passion for acting. He watched the tough guys take care of business and decided that those were the roles that he would play when he got older.

-   Tom's wish list of people to work with are: 'Quentin Tarantino' (qv), 'Stanley Kubrick', 'Jodie Foster' (qv), 'Jack Nicholson (I)' (qv) and 'Bernardo Bertolucci' (qv).

-   Attended at Temple University of Philadelphia and majored in theater.

-   Tom feels that doing homework is critical in perfecting his roles. For his role in _The Relic (1997)_ (qv), he met with curators and scientists to learn more about the research behind public museum exhibits.

-   Met his ex-wife, 'Maeve Quinlan' (qv), on the set of _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv). Maeve was working as an extra.

-   Tom's favourite horror flick is _Alien (1979)_ (qv).

-   Wrote the stand-off scene between "Horvath" and "Reiben" in _Saving Private Ryan (1998)_ (qv).

-   When Tom arrived at boot camp he weighed 190lbs, but the food was so awful, he left weighing 178lbs. His first consumption upon leaving was a diet coke.

-   Frequently worked with the producer 'Ryan R. Johnson' (qv).

-   Auditioned for a role in _Sideways (2004)_ (qv).

-   "Strangling that girl was the hardest thing I've ever had to do. Number one, it was her first movie. Two, she was really nice. And three, there she was in Winslow, Arizona - the middle of nowhere - with me and 'Oliver Stone (I)' (qv), and she had to get raped and murdered." About his role in _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv).

-   I'm a very fortunate actor. I'm blessed to be the position I'm in right now. Hell, I'm blessed to be in any position, you know? There are so many guys who had good lives, great lives, and blew it....I think there are some guys who think they don't deserve to have good lives. They feel they don't deserve their good fortune, so they throw it away. One of my good friends was 'Chris Farley (I)' (qv). Chris blew it. He blew the whole enchilada.

-   "When he hired me, Oliver ['Oliver Stone (I)' (qv)] said, 'I'm making a table. I have four legs already - 'Robert Downey Jr.' (qv), 'Juliette Lewis (I)' (qv), 'Tommy Lee Jones' (qv) and 'Woody Harrelson' (qv). And I'm going to have a fifth leg on my table. And if that leg is wobbly, my table is a very fucked-up table, and things fall off of it. You're not going to be a wobbly leg, are ya?' And I said, "No. I won't, I won't, I won't fuck up your table." - On getting the part in _Natural Born Killers (1994)_ (qv).

-   I was a wayward kid, a rambunctious and angry teenager, but I found acting as a fifteen-year-old. I saw some movies with 'Montgomery Clift' (qv) and 'James Dean (I)' (qv), and I read biographies about them - then 'Marlon Brando' (qv) - and I got it in my head that I wanted to be an actor. The first scene I did in an acting class was from "In the Boom Boom Room", by 'David Rabe' (qv). I played "Big Al". It was a very violent and emotional scene, and I liked that - I realized I had it in me.

-   Temptation is impossible for me to resist...Come on. This is Hollywood. It's in the job description.

-   "I was the star of the class. I got the best roles. I was a very serious actor. Besides me, no one from that class has done anything in the business." - On his time as a drama student at Temple University.

-   "You must have to want it so badly, if there is any way you can live without it, get out of it. Being an unsuccessful actor is like having a skin disease. Make sure your passion is not misplaced." - On advice to aspiring actors.

-   "Steven ['Steven Spielberg' (qv)] said he was going to give me a second chance, but that he would have me tested throughout the shoot. He said that even if I only started using on the last day of production he'd recast the part and re-shoot everything. He didn't want to be part of my problem." - On his drug problem and _Saving Private Ryan (1998)_ (qv).

-   "For years I fooled myself into thinking I could or even was getting off drugs. People knew I was using but they still hired me for their films. I was grateful back then, but it was what contributed to my downward spiral. People talk about my bizarre behaviour at the 1995 Toronto Film Festival when we were promoting _Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)_ (qv). I was so high during that period I don't remember making the movie, let alone promoting it." - Quote from 2001.

-   "Uncut" (UK), July 2006, pg. 128 - 131, by: Rob Hill, "The harder they come: He's stalked Oliver Stone, been taken to rehab by Robert De Niro and claims to have woken up in bed with a comatose Paris Hilton. Natural born tough-guy Tom Sizemore talks us through his wild life and violent films"

-   "Diário de Notícias" (Portugal), 11 September 1998, pg. 41, by: Manuela Paixão, "Viver como soldado para pensar comosoldado"

-   "Total Film" (UK), June 1997, Iss. 5, pg. 50-54, by: Andy Lowe

-   "Premiere" (UK), 1997, Vol. 5, Iss. 5, pg. 84-85, by: Mark Salisbury, "Q&A"

-   "Fangoria" (USA), June 1996, Iss. 153, pg. 23, by: Abbie Bernstein, "It's the Sizemore That Counts"

-   "Cinefantastique" (USA), December 2000, Vol. 32, Iss. 4/5, pg. 19, by: Scott Tracy Griffin, "Red Planet: Tom Sizemore"

-   "Empire" (UK), October 1998, Iss. 112, pg. 100-110+112+114, by: Ian Nathan, "Apocalypse Then"

-   "Movieline" (USA), July 1998, Vol. 9, Iss. 10, pg. 20-22, by: Joshua Mooney, "The New Tom"

-   "Total Film" (Greece), July 1997, Iss. 1, pg. 64-67

-   "Total Film" (UK), June 1997, Iss. 5, pg. 58-66, by: Matt Bielby

-   "Stuff" (USA), February 2002, Iss. 27, pg. 118-121, by: Rogar Erickson, "Fashion Under Fire"

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Acting in movies

  1. "Head Case" (2007) {Pair of Hearts (#1.9)}
  2. Morella (2015)
  3. Unkillable (2014)
  4. 3 Pegs (2013)
  5. Auteur (2013)
  6. Before I Sleep (2013)
  7. Company of Heroes (2013) (V)
  8. Deep Burial (2013)
  9. Grace and Danger (2013)
  10. John Ledger (2013)
  11. Life Outside (2013)
  12. Madoff: Made Off with America (2013)
  13. Meth Head (2013)
  14. Murder101 (2013)
  15. Night of the Living Dead: Origins 3D (2013)
  16. Paranormal Movie (2013)
  17. Quad (2013)
  18. Radical (2013)
  19. Reach Me (2013)
  20. The Age of Reason (2013)
  21. The Bronx Bull (2013)
  22. Visible Scars (2013)
  23. Chlorine (2012/I)
  24. Crosshairs (2012/II)
  25. El bosc (2012)
  26. Exit Strategy (2012) (TV)
  27. Five Hour Friends (2012)
  28. Five Thirteen (2012)
  29. Pieces (2012/I)
  30. Remnants (2012/I)
  31. Slumber Party Slaughter (2012)
  32. The Drunk (2012)
  33. "Hawaii Five-0" (2010) {Kalele (#2.19)}
  34. "Hawaii Five-0" (2010) {Ua Hala (#2.23)}
  35. "Law & Order: Special Victims Unit" (1999) {Manhattan Vigil (#14.5)}
  36. "Perception" (2012) {Nemesis (#1.7)}
  37. An Honest Thief (2011) {{SUSPENDED}}
  38. Black Gold (2011/I)
  39. Cellmates (2011)
  40. Collar (2011)
  41. Contractor's Routine (2011)
  42. Cousin Sarah (2011)
  43. Cross (2011) (V)
  44. Ed Hardy Boyz 2: The Case of When That Hot Filipina Girl Lost Her Tramp Stamp at Mini-Golf (2011)
  45. El cartel de los sapos (2011)
  46. Good God Bad Dog (2011)
  47. Suing the Devil (2011)
  48. The Saints of Mt. Christopher (2011)
  49. The Speak (2011)
  50. Through the Eye (2011)
  51. Vauxhall Crossed (2011) {{SUSPENDED}}
  52. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {(#4.8)}
  53. "Hawaii Five-0" (2010) {Alaheo Pau'ole (#2.12)}
  54. "Hawaii Five-0" (2010) {Ma'eme'e (#2.5)}
  55. "Hawaii Five-0" (2010) {Ua Lawe Wale (#2.2)}
  56. Big Money Rustlas (2010)
  57. Code of Silence (2010) {{SUSPENDED}}
  58. P Lo's House (2010) (TV)
  59. Shadows in Paradise (2010)
  60. The Auctioneers (2010)
  61. Toxic (2010)
  62. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Acting Out (#3.8)}
  63. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Dealing with the Past (#3.3)}
  64. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Detox (#3.2)}
  65. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Family Weekend (#3.7)}
  66. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Graduation (#3.9)}
  67. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Intake (#3.1)}
  68. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Loss (#3.5)}
  69. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {New Patients (#3.4)}
  70. "Celebrity Rehab with Dr. Drew" (2008) {Triggers (#3.6)}
  71. "Entourage" (2004) {Tequila Sunrise (#7.4)}
  72. "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" (2005) {The Gang Gets Stranded in the Woods (#6.11)}
  73. "Larry King Live" (1985) {Exclusive Tom Sizemore!}
  74. "Larry King Live" (1985) {Tom Sizemore}
  75. "MMA H.E.A.T." (2009) {It Happened in Vegas (#2.7)}
  76. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.1)}
  77. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.2)}
  78. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.3)}
  79. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.4)}
  80. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.5)}
  81. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.6)}
  82. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.7)}
  83. "Sober House" (2009) {(#2.8)}
  84. 21 and a Wake-Up (2009)
  85. Angels and Fire (2009)
  86. Commute (2009)
  87. Corrado (2009)
  88. Double Duty (2009)
  89. Super Capers: The Origins of Ed and the Missing Bullion (2009)
  90. The Grind (2009/II)
  91. "Crash" (2008) {Ring Dings (#1.12)}
  92. "Crash" (2008) {The Pain Won't Stop (#1.13)}
  93. "Southland" (2009) {See the Woman (#1.3)}
  94. American Son (2008)
  95. Heidi Fleiss: The Would-Be Madam of Crystal (2008) (TV)
  96. Red (2008)
  97. Stiletto (2008/II)
  98. The Commuter Talk Show (2008)
  99. The Flyboys (2008)
  100. The Last Lullaby (2008)
  101. "Crash" (2008) {Pissing in the Sandbox (#1.9)}
  102. "Crash" (2008) {TF-36, Sprint Left, T-4 (#1.11)}
  103. "Crash" (2008) {The Future Is Free (#1.10)}
  104. "CSI: Miami" (2002) {Down to the Wire (#6.20)}
  105. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2008-05-12)}
  106. A Broken Life (2007)
  107. Bottom Feeder (2007)
  108. Furnace (2007)
  109. Game of Life (2007/II)
  110. Protecting the King (2007)
  111. White Air (2007)
  112. "Entertainment Tonight" (1981) {(2007-08-29)}
  113. "Head Case" (2007) {Ladies Night (#1.7)}
  114. "Head Case" (2007) {Tom Sizemore and Traci Lords (#1.4)}
  115. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.1)}
  116. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.2)}
  117. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.3)}
  118. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.4)}
  119. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.5)}
  120. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.6)}
  121. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.7)}
  122. "Shooting Sizemore" (2007) {(#1.8)}
  123. "Superstorm" (2007) {(#1.1)}
  124. "Superstorm" (2007) {(#1.2)}
  125. "Superstorm" (2007) {(#1.3)}
  126. 24: The Game (2006) (VG)
  127. Celebrity Sex Tapes Unwound (2006) (TV)
  128. Ring Around the Rosie (2006) (V)
  129. Shut Up and Shoot! (2006)
  130. Splinter (2006/I)
  131. The Genius Club (2006)
  132. Thieves (2006/I) {{SUSPENDED}}
  133. Zyzzyx Rd (2006)
  134. "Dr. Vegas" (2004) {For Love or Money (#1.10)}
  135. "Dr. Vegas" (2004) {Heal thyself (#1.8)}
  136. "The Big Idea with Donny Deutsch" (2004) {(2006-02-13)}
  137. No Rules (2005)
  138. Pacino and DeNiro: The Conversation (2005) (V)
  139. Piggy Banks (2005)
  140. The Making of 'Heat' (2005) (V)
  141. The Nickel Children (2005)
  142. Triple-X Tom (2005) (V)
  143. 'Saving Private Ryan': Boot Camp (2004) (V)
  144. Hustle (2004) (TV)
  145. Paparazzi (2004)
  146. The Making of 'Paparazzi' (2004) (V)
  147. "Dr. Vegas" (2004) {Advantage Play (#1.2)}
  148. "Dr. Vegas" (2004) {Limits (#1.5)}
  149. "Dr. Vegas" (2004) {Lust for Life (#1.6)}
  150. "Dr. Vegas" (2004) {Pilot (#1.1)}
  151. Blood from a Stone (2003) (V)
  152. Dreamcatcher (2003)
  153. Pauly Shore Is Dead (2003)
  154. "HBO First Look" (1992) {'Dreamcatcher': Unraveling the Nightmare (#10.5)}
  155. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Absolute Perfection (#1.13)}
  156. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Hellbound Train (#1.11)}
  157. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Vamonos Chica (#1.12)}
  158. $windle (2002)
  159. AFI Life Achievement Award: A Tribute to Tom Hanks (2002) (TV)
  160. Big Trouble (2002)
  161. Grand Theft Auto: Vice City (2002) (VG)
  162. Sins of the Father (2002) (TV)
  163. The Essence of Combat: Making 'Black Hawk Down' (2002) (V)
  164. Welcome to America (2002)
  165. "CBS Cares" (2000) {(2002-01-01)}
  166. "Howard Stern" (1994) {(2002-01-21)}
  167. "Justice League" (2001) {Metamorphosis (#1.22)}
  168. "Justice League" (2001) {Metamorphosis: Part II (#1.23)}
  169. "Reel Comedy" (2002) {Big Trouble}
  170. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {2028 (#1.3)}
  171. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {A Life of Its Own (#1.1)}
  172. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Alton Davis Redux (#1.5)}
  173. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {City of Strivers (#1.7)}
  174. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Free and Clear (#1.4)}
  175. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Had (#1.10)}
  176. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {In/Famous (#1.6)}
  177. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Life Is Dust (#1.9)}
  178. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Mini-Mall (#1.2)}
  179. "Robbery Homicide Division" (2002) {Wild Ride (#1.8)}
  180. Black Hawk Down (2001)
  181. Chaos Rising: The Storm Around 'Natural Born Killers' (2001) (V)
  182. Pearl Harbor (2001)
  183. Ticker (2001)
  184. "Gomorron" (1992) {Om filmen 'Pearl Harbor'}
  185. "The Directors" (1999) {The Films of Michael Mann (#2.1)}
  186. Get Carter (2000)
  187. Red Planet (2000)
  188. The 57th Annual Golden Globe Awards (2000) (TV)
  189. Bringing Out the Dead (1999)
  190. Play It to the Bone (1999)
  191. The Florentine (1999)
  192. The Match (1999)
  193. Witness Protection (1999) (TV)
  194. Enemy of the State (1998)
  195. Into the Breach: 'Saving Private Ryan' (1998) (V)
  196. Return to Normandy (1998) (V)
  197. Saving Private Ryan (1998)
  198. Witness to the Mob (1998) (TV)
  199. "Gomorron" (1992) {Om filmen 'Rädda menige Ryan'}
  200. "HBO First Look" (1992) {Into the Breach: 'Saving Private Ryan' (#5.8)}
  201. "The Rosie O'Donnell Show" (1996) {(1998-07-27)}
  202. "The Tonight Show with Jay Leno" (1992) {(1998-08-05)}
  203. The Relic (1997)
  204. Devil in a Blue Dress (1995)
  205. Heat (1995)
  206. Strange Days (1995)
  207. Natural Born Killers (1994)
  208. Wyatt Earp (1994)
  209. Heart and Souls (1993)
  210. Striking Distance (1993)
  211. True Romance (1993)
  212. Watch It (1993)
  213. An American Story (1992) (TV)
  214. Love Is Like That (1992)
  215. Passenger 57 (1992)
  216. Flight of the Intruder (1991)
  217. Guilty by Suspicion (1991)
  218. Harley Davidson and the Marlboro Man (1991)
  219. Point Break (1991)
  220. Where Sleeping Dogs Lie (1991)
  221. A Matter of Degrees (1990)
  222. "Against the Law" (1990) {Contempt (#1.7)}
  223. "China Beach" (1988) {Magic (#3.11)}
  224. "China Beach" (1988) {Warriors (#3.16)}
  225. Blue Steel (1989)
  226. Born on the Fourth of July (1989)
  227. Lock Up (1989)
  228. Penn & Teller Get Killed (1989)
  229. Rude Awakening (1989)
  230. "China Beach" (1988) {China Men (#3.8)}
  231. "China Beach" (1988) {Ghosts (#3.6)}
  232. "China Beach" (1988) {Independence Day (#3.5)}
  233. "China Beach" (1988) {With a Little Help from My Friends (#3.7)}
  234. "Gideon Oliver" (1989) {Sleep Well, Professor Oliver (#1.1)}

Movies Directed

  1. Triple-X Tom (2005) (V)

Movies Produced

  1. Remnants (2012/I) (producer)
  2. Corrado (2009) (producer)
  3. The Genius Club (2006) (executive producer)
  4. Thieves (2006/I) {{SUSPENDED}} (executive producer)