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Full Name: Thomas Ellis Gibson
Birthday
: July 3, 1962, 52 years old
Birthplace: Charleston, SC
Where he lives now: San Antonio, TX
Height: 6'2"
Status: Married with three children
Hobbies: Belly Dancing, Playing Golf
Favorite Color: Blue
Big Break: 1985 David Hare's a Map of the World

Other Acting Roles
:
Before taking the part of family man Aaron "Hotch" Hotchner on "Criminal Minds", Thomas Gibson spent five years starring in the hit series "Dharma & Greg." He's also been featured in series such as "Chicago Hope" and "Caroline and the City," as well as in mini-series including "Tales of the City," "More Tales of the City," "The Kennedys of Massachusetts" and "A Will of Their Own." He has also had roles in feature films including "Psycho Beach Party," "The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas" and "Eyes Wide Shut." In 2011 he played the role of "Greg" in an episode titled "Nice to Meet You, Walden Schmidt." In 2014 he did a voice for the character SladeWilson/Deathstroke in the Son of Batman.

Biography:
Thomas Gibson met his wife, Christine, in Paris. They married in 1993.Together they have 3 children; Sons J.P. (James Parker), (1999 June 23); Travis Carter (2002 July 1) and daughter Agatha Marie (2004 April 28).
Thomas attend the College of Charleston and interned at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. He ended up winning a scholarship to Julliard School and pursued his studies and graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.


Awards and Nominations.
1995 Screen Actors Guild
Award
Outstanding Performance by
an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Chicago Hope Nominated
1996 Screen Actors Guild
Award
Outstanding Performance by
an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Chicago Hope Nominated
1997 Screen Actors Guild
Award
Outstanding Performance by
an Ensemble in a Drama Series
Chicago Hope Nominated
1998 Q Awards Best Actor in a Quality Comedy Series Dharma & Greg Nominated
1999 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor
in a TV Series - Comedy/Musical
Dharma & Greg Nominated
2000 Satellite Award Best Performance by an Actor in
a Series, Comedy or Musical
Dharma & Greg Nominated
2000 Golden Globe Best Performance by an Actor in
a TV Series - Comedy/Musical
Dharma & Greg Nominated
2010 Entertainment Weekly
online poll
Under-appreciated Entertainer of
the Year
Criminal Minds Won


Trivia:
  • Thomas is left-handed.
  • Thomas plays the ukulele (taught himself the song "Singin' in the Rain" on it).
  • Worked with Mandy Patinkin on the TV series, Chicago Hope and again on Criminal Minds.
  • On Tuesday, March 19, 2000 he substituted for Regis Philbin on Live with Regis and Kelly.
  • Was born on the same day as Tom Cruise. The two appeared together in "Eyes Wide Shut" and "Far and Away".
  • According to the rest of the Criminal Minds cast, Gibson is a really funny guy on the set.
  • Gibson, who grew up in South Carolina, mentioned that he and Stephen Colbert, host of The Colbert Report, grew up in the same hometown. Gibson said, "He's married to the girl that was the Cinderella to my Prince Charming when I was 12."
  • Thomas Gibson participates in the Bob Hope Celebrity Classic Golf Tournament. Website
  • Sons: James Parker Gibson and Travis Carter Gibson
  • Daughter: Agatha Marie Gibson
  • His favorite kids movie is Charlie and the Chocolate Factory
  • His favorite book is Boxcar Children
  • His favorite band is The Beatles
  • His sign is cancer
  • His nickname is Tom
  • Thomas Gibson doesn't let his children watch Criminal Minds. He says maybe when they are 40. Read the full article here.




See Also: Joe Mantegna | Thomas Gibson | AJ Cook | Shemar Moore | Matthew Gray Gubler | Kirsten Vangsness | Rachel Nichols | Mandy Patinkin (Former) | Lola Glaudini (Former) | Paget Brewster (Former) |



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