Originally Thomas Ellis Gibson but famous as Thomas Gibson is an American actor and director. Talking about his actions he has appeared in various television series. Thomas is prominent for his role of Daniel Nyland in the CBS series Chicago Hope alongside Mark Harmon, Peter Berg.
Also, he is known for appearing in the character of Greg Montgomery on the ABC series Dharma & Greg, and Aaron Hotchner on the CBS series Criminal Minds alongside Shemar Moore, Aisha Tyler from the year 2005 to 2016. Find out about Thomas Gibson's net worth which he has made up from his career in acting.
Thomas Gibson is the owner of $18 million. He has managed to grab up this worth by involving himself in the acting field. He was worth $15 million in the year 2016. Moreover, he has credited his bank account by appearing in the American television series Criminal Minds.
In the year 2010, his salary per episode for the series was $100,000. By 2014 he was paid an amount of $200,000 for appearing in an episode of the series.
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Following up as he appeared in the series Criminal Minds from the year 2005 to 2016, his long contribution for the series also hiked up his net worth resulting him to earn almost $5 million on a yearly basis.
Apart from his television works, Gibson is also known for his film works. His 1992 film Far and Away managed to gross $166,694,840 worldwide. Similarly, his other movies like Son of Batman, Axis, Men of War, Eyes Wide Shut also helped to grossed considerable amount at theatres leaving him to earn more.
Despite his acting career, he has also made his worth from the direction of some episodes of television series Dharma & Greg, and Criminal Minds.
At the early age of nine, Gibson started his acting career. He began his acting career by acting in theatres. Acting in theatres, he subsequently appeared in plays that were produced by Joe Papp.
His got chance on the big screen in the year 1987 with CBS legal drama Leg Work.
Following up, he appeared in CBS drama As the World Turns and NBC drama Another World. In the year 1992, Gibson made his big screen debut by performing in Ron Howard's Far and Away, in which he appeared in the role of Stephen Chase. Also, he appeared in movies like Tales of the City miniseries (1993) and Stardom (2000).
From the year 1997 to 2002, Gibson portrayed the role of Greg Montgomery in the ABC sitcom Dharma & Greg. From the year 2005, he appeared and played the role of Supervisory Special Agent Aaron Hotchner in Criminal Minds.