Celebrity Speaker Gary Sinise is an American actor who is best known for his work as Lt. Dan in the 1994 film Forest Gump. Besides his work in Forest Gump he has also done work as a producer and director. Sinise was born in 1955 in Blue Island, Illinois. He got his start acting on stage with the Steppenwolf Theatre Company. He played multiple roles in multiple plays and also starting directing several stage productions.
In the late 1980’s Sinise began directing and appearing in several motion pictures. He directed “Miles from Home” in 1988, a film starring Richard Gear. He was also featured in films like Apollo 13, Of Mice and Men, Riendeer Games, Snake Eyes, Ransom, Mission to Mars, The Stand and Impostor. By the late 1990’s Sinise was one of the most notable actors in America, but he was still quite synonymous with his role as Lt. Dan.
Throughout his career, Celebrity Speaker Gary Sinise has done charity work aiding military families. He serves as the National Spokesperson for the American Veterans Disabled for Life Memorial. He spends much of his time raising awareness for the Memorial and other veterans’ service organizations. In November 2009, Sinise narrated the highly acclaimed World War II in HD on the History Channel. In 2010, he narrated the World War II documentary Missions That Changed The War on the Military Channel. He will receive 2015’s Sylvanus Thayer Award, by the West Point Association of Graduates to a civilian whose character, service and achievements reflect the ideals of the U.S. Military Academy. Gary Sinise is available for speaking engagements, endorsements, and product promotion.
APPEARANCES: Of Mice and Men, Forest Gump, The Stand, Apollo 13, Ransom, Snake Eyes, The Green Mile, CSI: NY
TO WORK WITH GARY SINISE: Celebrity Speaker Gary Sinise can be hired for endorsements and events in roles such as public speaker, autograph signings, SMT’S, and public relation campaigns.