According to Salon, "By Some Meriacle" details Sizemore's rise to fame -- in which he got to work with celebrities like Steven Spielberg and Robert De Niro-- and his inevitable fall, as a product of his drug addiction, which at one point landed him in prison.
“I was a guy who’d come from very little and risen to the top,” Sizemore writes. “I’d had the multimillion-dollar house, the Porsche, the restaurant I partially owned with Robert De Niro."
“And now I had absolutely nothing.”
The book's title "By Some Miracle" traces its origin back to a line Sizemore uttered as Sgt. Mike Horvath in "Saving Private Ryan." It refers to a man who, by his own admission, is nothing but a "spoiled movie star," "an arrogant fool" who at one point is a "hope-to-die" an addict.
The book, which was released on April 9, gives the reader a a behind-the-scenes look at the actor's drug-infused Hollywood life featuring details about sex tapes and abundant amounts of drug taking.
“I’ve led an interesting life, but I can’t tell you what I’d give to be the guy you didn’t know anything about,” Sizemore writes.
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