Prior to CRIMINAL MINDS, Thomas Gibson was well known for his five years as Greg in the series "Dharma & Greg," for which he received a Golden Globe nomination. 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; the role of Beauchamp Day in the groundbreaking “Tales of the City” and “More Tales of the City”; "Evil Never Dies"; "A Will of Their Own"; “The Monkey King”; 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," “The Flintstones in Viva Rock Vegas,” "Psycho Beach Party" and “Stardom,” among others.
A graduate of Juilliard, Gibson made his New York stage debut in David Hare’s "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.
Currently, Gibson spends his time between San Antonio with his family and Los Angeles. An avid guitar and ukulele player, Gibson is also an active cyclist and golfer who can be seen regularly on the Pro-Am celebrity golf circuit where he has a handicap of 5. His birth date is July 3. Follow him on Twitter at @Gibsonthomas.