Travis Carter is an American famed star who is best known as the son of Thomas Gibson, is an American actor and director. He portrayed Daniel Nyland in the CBS television series Chicago Hope (1994–2000), Greg Montgomery in the ABC television series Dharma & Greg (1997–2002), and Aaron Hotchner in the CBS television series Criminal Minds (2005–2016). Tune in bio and explore more about Travis Carter’s Wiki, Bio, Age, Height, Weight, Wife, Net Worth, Family, Career and many more Facts about him.
Travis Carter Height & Weight
How tall is Travis Carter? He stands tall with a height of 5 feet and 8 inches and weighs about 53 kilos. He is a fitness freak as well. He has blonde hair and has light brown eyes.
Travis Carter Age
Travis Carter was born in 2001. He is 20 years old, as of 2021. His father, Thomas Gibson was born in Charleston, South Carolina to Charles M. “Mac” and Beth Gibson.
His mother was a social worker, and his father was a lawyer and liberal Democrat who served in the South Carolina state Senate and House. He is Catholic.
Gibson’s interest in the performing arts began at a young age. Gibson was fascinated by Louis Armstrong. He and his sister were on a swim team together, and they frequented a pizza parlor after their swim meets.
It was at this pizza parlor that Gibson would sing along with a Dixieland band, complete with his attempt to impersonate Armstrong’s singing voice.
Travis Carter Wiki/Biography
|Real Name||Travis Carter|
|Age||20 years old (As of 2021)|
|Height||5 feet 8 inches|
|Biceps Size||21 inches|
|Net Worth||$3.2 million, as of 2021|
Travis Carter Parents
Travis Carter’s mother was a social worker, and his father was a lawyer and liberal Democrat who served in the South Carolina state Senate and House.
Travis Carter Facts
Travis Carter’s father, 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 production.
As a teenager, he 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.