Thomas Gibson Biography
Birthday: July 3, 1962 (Cancer)
Born In: Charleston, South Carolina, U.S.
Thomas Ellis Gibson is a famous American actor and director. With his charming persona, camera- ready looks and impeccable stage training, he found onscreen success very early. Thomas got interested in acting right from his childhood days and to fulfill his acting aspirations he joined the ‘Little Theatre School’ and also started to perform from Children’s theatre at the age of 9 years. Thomas continued to perform in several community theatre productions and finally made his debut performance in the television series titled ‘Leg Work’ in 1987. He made his professional stage debut in 1985 in David Hare’s ‘A Map of the World’ and in 1992, he got his big break as he was asked to star in Far and Away (1992). Thomas is renowned for starring in the role of Daniel Nyland in the CBS television series ‘Chicago Hope’ and he also appeared in ‘The Kennedys of Massachusetts’, Armistead Maupin’s ‘Tales of the City’ for PBS and in the NBC’S mini-series ‘A Will of their Own’. In 2010, he won the Entertainment Weekly Online Poll for Under- appreciated Entertainer of the Year Award.