Gary Alan Sinise well known musician, director and actor, he was born on 17th March, 1955 in Illinois, United States of America. He has appeared in a number of movies and has played some magnificent roles in various movies to earn Golden Globe and Emmy Awards and nominations for many awards including the prestigious Academy Award.

Early Career

Gary Sinise in partnership with his two friends laid the foundation of Steppenwolf Theater Company, which has given film industry some finest actors including Joan Allen, Gary Cole, Martha Plimpton to name a few. It was in this company that Gary Sinise honed his acting skills and appeared in his self-directed movie “True West”, back in 1982.

He appeared in a number of movies including “Forest Gump”, “Snake Eyes”, “Of Mice and Men” and “Ransom” to make his presence felt in the film circles. He also tried his hand at film direction and was involved in some successful movies as a director, these movies include “Miles from Home”, “Of Mice and Men” and “Forest Gump”.

Career Highlights

Gary Sinise earned his first ever Academy Award nomination for his role in “The Forest Gump”, in which he played the role of Lieutenant Dan Taylor. He won Golden Globe Award as well as Screen Actors Guild Award for his phenomenal performance in the movie “Truman”, followed by “Truman” in 1995. In addition to these awards Gary Sinise has won Saturn Award, CableACE award, Prime Time Emmy Award and many others in different categories and all these awards are testimony to his class as an actor.

Top Ten Movies of Jack Black

  • Forrest Gump
  • The Stand
  • Truman
  • Of Mice and Men
  • Ransom
  • Apollo 13
  • George Wallace
  • I Still Believe
  • Bruno
  • The Forgotten

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