Who is Gary Sinise?
Gary Sinise is an American actor, humanitarian, and musician. His career in acting got a breakthrough when he directed and and acted in Steppenwolf Theatre’s True West. He has garnered various accolades and distinctions for his great humanitarian activities and involvement with philanthropic groups.
Gary Sinise Age
Sinise is married to 67 years old as of 2021. He was born on March 17, 1955 in Bruce Island, Illinois, United States. He celebrates his brithday on 17th of March every year.
Gary Sinise Height
Sinise stands at an average height of 5 feet 7 inches (1.75 m tall).
Gary Sinise Family
Sinise was born to Robert L. Sinise and Mylles Sinise. He has not givne any further information about his family and childhood life.
Gary Sinise Wife
Sinise is married to actress Moira Harris. They married in 1981 in the presence of family and close friends. In their marriage, the couple is blessed with three children together namely McCanna Anthony Sinise, Sophie Sinise and Ella Sinise.
Gary Sinise Son illness
There are multiple souces claiming that Gary’s son was diagnosed with cancer. However, we are yet to confirm these reports. We shall update this section once we gather the real information.
Gary Sinise Education
Sinise graduated from Highland Park High School in Highland Park, Illinois.
Gary Sinise Net Worth
Sinise has an estimated net worth of between $40 million-$50 million. He has earned this figure from his successful acting career. His exact net worth figure will be updated soon.
Gary Sinise Career As an Actor
Sinise began his acting career in 1983 with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company, where he produced and featured in a production of Sam Shepard’s True West, for which he won an Obie Award.
In 2004, he made his first regular television appearance as Detective Mac Taylor in the crime thriller CSI: New York. From season two forward, he was recognized as a producer and wrote an episode’s script.
Mac Taylor performs the electric guitar in a dance club with artists Kimo and Carol Williams and Danny Gottlieb, members of the Lt. Dan Band, which Sinise and Kimo Williams co-founded in 2003, in a season two episode.
Gary Sinise Military Service
Sinise narrated the miniseries When We Left Earth on the Discovery Channel in 2008. George W. Bush honored him with the Presidential Citizen Award for his support of the US troops and humanitarian projects in Iraq. The story portrays three brothers namely; Jake Rademacher, Isaac Rademacher, and Joseph Rademacher, who are all members of an American military family.
Gary Sinise Foundation
The Gary Sinise Foundation is a nonprofit and military care organisation that helps injured military members through a variety of programs, activities, and festivals. Every year, the organization generates more than $30 million for war veterans, including the construction of smart homes for the disabled.
Gary Sinise Politics
Sinise is a supporter of Republican party. His Republican leanings are crafted into his role, Mac Taylor, who keeps a photo of Reagan in his workplace. He was once the target of a joke about an eight-hour documentary about Reagan that he kept viewing over and again.
Despite being a longtime Republican Party member, Sinise publicly opposed Donald Trump and even refused to vote for him in the presidential election in 2016, and he slammed Trump after the then-candidate disputed McCain’s status as a military hero due to his captivity as a prisoner of war.
Gary Sinise Movies and TV Shows
- Forest Gump
- CSI: NY
- Of Mice and Men
- Apollo 13
- The Green Mile
- Joe Bell
- Mission Mars
- The Stand
- Reindeer Games
Gary Sinise Socials