What is Thomas Gibson Net Worth?

Thomas Gibson Net Worth is US$ 18 Million as of 2022.

Net WorthUS $18 Million
BornJuly 3, 1962 (61 Years)
Also Known AsTom
Country of OriginUnited States of America
Source of WealthActor, Director
Marital StatusMarried (1993), Divorced (2018)
Spouse NameChristine Gibson (1993-2018)   
Famous ForAaron in ‘Criminal Minds,’ Daniel in ‘Chicago Hope,’ and Greg in ‘Dharma and Greg.’


Thomas Gibson was born on 3 July 1962. He is the youngest of four siblings. At a young age, he became interested in acting and was enrolled in Little Theater School. Then he attended Bishop England High School. He went to attend the College of Charleston. Moreover, he won a scholarship to the Juilliard School for their Drama Division. He started acting at the age of 10. In 1973, Thomas starred in his 1st play. After six years, he went to the College of Charleston and worked as an intern at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival. He graduated with a BA in Fine Arts degree.

In 1985, he made a stage debut in ‘A Map of the World by David Hares. He has also starred in ‘The Kennedys of Massachusetts,’ ‘Armistead Maupin’s Tales of the City, and ‘A Will of Their Own mini-series.



1st TV appearance in the Legal drama named ‘Leg Work.


Debut in ‘Far and Away’ directed by Ron Howard, in which he played the role of Stephen Chase.


Played a bis*xual businessman in ‘Tales of the City.


Played the role of Dr. Danny Nyland in the drama ‘Chicago Hope


Appeared in ‘Stardom’ with Arcand.

Early Life

Thomas was born in Charleston, South Carolina. His parents are Charles M., known as “Mac,” and Beth Gibson. His father used to work as a lawyer, and his mother as a social worker. He is a member of a Catholic church. He started performing arts at a very young age. He was mesmerized by Louis Armstrong, a trumpeter, and vocalist. After his swimming Thomas with his sister, used to visit a pizza cafe. Where he used to sing with the Dixieland band, and during his childhood, he attended Little Theatre School. He graduated from Bishop High School in England. Thomas then went to the College of Charleston in 1979. He was an intern at Alabama Shakespeare Festival. He won a scholarship to Juilliard’s Drama Division and completed his graduation with a BA in Fine Arts in 1985.  


At the age of nine, he started acting. He played in ‘Seize the Street: the Skateboard Musical,’ which is a Theatre Company production. During their teenage, he started his classical theatre training as a member of the Young Charleston Theatre Company. He used to perform at the Dock Street Theatre. He also used to work as a waiter in Tavern on the Green. He had his 1st TV appearance in 1987 in the Legal drama named ‘Leg Work.’ In 1992, he made a debut in ‘Far and Away’ directed by Ron Howard, in which he played the role of Stephen Chase.

His next main role was in ‘Love, and Human Remains as David, a gay waiter. In 1993, he played a bis*xual businessman in ‘Tales of the City. In 2000, he appeared in ‘Stardom’ with Arcand. In 1994, he played the role of Dr. Danny Nyland in the drama ‘Chicago Hope.’ He was nominated twice for the Golden Globe award for his role in Dharma and Greg. He also played in various TV shows. In 2005, he starred as Special Agent Aaron Hotchner, nicknamed “Hotch,” in the series Criminal Minds. Since 2013, Thomas has directed six episodes of Criminal Minds and also two episodes of ‘Dharma & Greg.’


Here are some of the best highlights of Thomas Gibson’s career:

  • Criminal Minds (2005-2020)
  • Dharma and Greg (1997-2002)
  • Day of destruction (2004)
  • The Monkey King (2001)
  • Love and Human Remains (1993)

Favorite Quotes from Thomas Gibson

Favorite Quote 1 from Thomas Gibson

“Charleston has something for everyone, rain or shine. Its architecture is unparalleled. Carriage rides are great for seeing the city and hearing the history behind certain houses and the area.”

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Favorite Quote 2 from Thomas Gibson

“The only way I know how to do something, as cheesy as it sounds, is to become that character, and it affects me in a not-so-healthy way.”

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Favorite Quote 3 from Thomas Gibson

“I work out religiously. It’s great for my back. It’s great for my core. I’ve been exposed to lots of exercise regimens and movement classes as an actor, so I understand the importance of stretching and staying limber, but Pilates is what’s really spoken to me. It works everything out.”

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Favorite Quote 4 from Thomas Gibson

“People’s imaginations are sort of there for the taking, I guess. If you tell the story right, you’re going to hook them.”

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Favorite Quote 5 from Thomas Gibson

“Moving on is not closure. It’s not neat, and it’s not about turning the page. It is about moving on, but it doesn’t mean that you’ve left something behind.”

Thomas Gibson

Frequently Asked Questions

Does Thomas Gibson have a wife?

He married Christine Gibson in 1993 and divorced in 2018.

Why did Thomas and Christine divorce?

They got separated due to their personal conflict of personalities in 2018.

Does Thomas Gibson have kids?

He had three kids. Travis and James are his sons, and Agatha is his daughter.

What nationality is Thomas Gibson?

He is American by nationality.

How many siblings does Thomas Gibson have?

He has one sibling named Charles Gibson.


In 2010, he was rewarded by Entertainment Weekly online poll for his performance in ‘Criminal Minds. Thomas loves playing golf. He plays at AT&T Pebble Beach Pro-Am every year. Thomas also plays in other events of golf. He and Corey Pavin, a golfer, are friends. In 2010, he was also part of the Host team for the SAG Foundation Golf Classic and co-hosted the 2nd Annual SAG Foundation Golf Classic.