Prior to "Criminal Minds," Thomas Gibson was well known for his five years in the series "Dharma & Greg." His other television credits include a starring role in the series "Chicago Hope," on CBS; the movies "Raising Waylon," "The Inheritance" and "Brush with Fate," all on the Network, "Tales of the City," "More Tales of the City," "Evil Never Dies," "A Will of Their Own" and "The Lost Empire"; and the mini-series "Category 6: Day of Destruction," on CBS, and "The Kennedys of Massachusetts."
Gibson made his feature film debut with a starring role in the epic "Far and Away" and has since appeared in "Eyes Wide Shut," "The Age of Innocence," "Barcelona," "Love and Human Remains," "Sleep with Me," "Psycho Beach Party," "Jack the Dog" and "Stardom."
He graduated Julliard and made his New York stage debut in "A Map of the World" at the New York Shakespeare Festival. His additional theater work includes leading roles at Circle in the Square and Joseph Papp's "Shakespeare in the Park." He worked on and off Broadway for more than 10 years in a wide variety of roles.
Gibson lives in San Antonio with his wife and three children. His birth date is July 3.
Criminal Minds Photos
Wedding bells ring for one of the BAU, and Prentiss ponders her future.
The BAU goes up against a gang of serial-killing bank robbers, the team tries to negotiate the situation in the bank, but the stakes rise when one of their own becomes a hostage.
The BAU team heads to Oregon to investigate a series of gothic, ritualistic murders.
A Thin Line
The BAU team investigates a series of brutal home invasions and murders in California's Inland Empire that appear to be gang-related, but their investigation may uncover a more sinister motivation.