Gary Sinise- Born: March 17, 1955 , Blue Island, IL
Gary Sinise- Pets and Animals
Gary Sinise- Friends, Co-stars, Notables
Gary Sinise- Magazines, Art, Related
Gary Sinise- Supporting the Troops
Gary Sinise- Steppenwolf Theater
Gary Sinise- Moira Harris 1st Wife
Gary Sinise- Awards, Tributes
GARY SINISE from Blue Island. More than just an actor, very good friend to veterans. He pops in to visit Vets in VA hospitals across the nation, holds fund raisers & works hard to increase awareness of Vet issues. A hero in his own right. And co founder of Steppenwolf Theater on the north side. Lov'n Capt Dan.
The Jane Addams Center in Lakeview run by the Hull House on Broadway near Belmont. Saw cutting-edge theater here such as Steppenwolf's "True West" by Sam Shepard, with John Malkovich & Gary Sinise. Also took bookbinding classes, "the classmate next to me looks at lumpy stitches of her binding, a number of pages sticking out ever so slightly from the rest, and says 'The only thing perfect is God.'"
Cast ensemble photo of the Steppenwolf Theatre Company (Chicago, IL), 1980. Standing (L to R): John Malkovich, Gary Sinise, Laurie Metcalf, Joan Allen, Randall Arney, Alan Wilder. Sitting (L to R): Moira Harris, John Mayer, Jeff Perry. Launched in a church basement in 1976, Steppenwolf quickly became one of the leading theater companies in Chicago. Four of these original members (Allen, Malkovich, Metcalf, Sinise) would become future Academy Award nominees.
Film and TV actor Gary Sinise was given a tour of the 31st Test and Evaluation Squadron Feb. 11 before performing a free concert for the Edwards community Feb. 11. Sinise received a planeside briefing from three test pilots who talked about the F-35 Lightning II, which is a fifth-generation fighter aircraft being tested at Edwards. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kenji Thuloweit)
Pallbearers from the U.S. Navy Ceremonial Guard prepare to fold the nation's flag in front of Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders star Gary Sinise at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling. Sinise visited JBAB in association with a USO tour and to see areas of the base where his father worked while stationed here at then, NAS Anacostia, as a Navy photographer.