Thomas Gibson is an American actor who is well known for portraying Dharma’s uptight lawyer husband, Greg, on the sitcom Dharma & Greg, he’s also known for roles on the CBS dramas Chicago Hope and Criminal Minds. Gibson started acting when he was nine-years-old, in children’s theater. He appeared in Julian Wiles’ Seize the Street: the Skateboard Musical, a Young Charleston Theater Company (now Charleston Stage) production. Tune in bio and explore more about Thomas Gibson’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Net Worth, Family, Career and many more Facts about him.
Thomas Gibson Height & Weight
How tall is Thomas Gibson? He stands tall with a height of 5 feet 11 inches and weighs about 73 kilos. He is a fitness freak as well. He has blonde hair and has light brown eyes
Thomas Gibson Net Worth
Thomas Gibson attended The Juilliard School after being encouraged to apply while interning at the Alabama Shakespeare company.
He is an avid golf player and has participated in the AT&T Pebble Beach National Pro-AM.
Thomas Gibson Wiki/Biography
|Real Name||Thomas Gibson|
|Age||59 years old (As of 2021)|
|Birthdate||July 3, 1962|
|Height||5 feet 11 inches|
|Biceps Size||23 inches|
|Net Worth||$4.5 million, as of 2021|
Thomas Gibson Wife
Thomas Gibson married Christine Gibson, whom he met in Paris, and they have three children together, including TikTok star Travis Gibson.
He played the role of unit chief Aaron Hotchner on the television show Criminal Minds, alongside Joe Mantegna.
Thomas Gibson Facts
Thomas Gibson began his classical theater training by becoming a member of the Young Charleston Theater Company and the Footlight Players, often performing at the historic Dock Street Theatre.
During his time at College of Charleston, Gibson was an intern at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival.
Gibson made his stage debut in David Hare’s A Map of the World in the New York Shakespeare Festival.
He subsequently appeared in more plays for producer Joe Papp, both in Public Theater and in Central Park.
He worked on and off Broadway for the next 10 years in a range of plays by Shakespeare, Christopher Marlowe, Molière, Tennessee Williams, Howard Brenton, Romulus Linney, Noël Coward, and Alan Ball. Gibson also waited tables at Tavern on the Green.
In 2005, he was cast as Supervisory Special Agent Aaron “Hotch” Hotchner, the unit chief of the Behavioral Analysis Unit.