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Where Is Thomas Gibson? What Is He Doing These Days?

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Even though it isn’t currently putting out new episodes, fans of crime procedurals still adore “Criminal Minds.” The CBS drama, which took a novel approach to the genre and ended with its 15th season in 2020, followed the lives of the FBI’s Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU), which used psychology to try to apprehend some of the most horrifying criminals in the world. The programme was a tremendous hit thanks to its endearing characters as well as its heart-pounding mysteries and crime-solving.

Young, eccentric genius Dr. Spencer Reid (Matthew Gray Gubler), eccentric former hacker Penelope Garcia (Kirsten Vangsness), and slick-talking agent Derek Morgan are just a few of the distinctive characters who make up the BAU (Shemar Moore). But over the course of “Criminal Minds'” fifteen-year existence, many important cast members changed, as is typical for long-running television shows. Agent Aaron Hotchner (Thomas Gibson), who headed the team until the character was written off in Season 12, may have been the most startling character to leave the show.

Hotchner was fired by CBS after it was reported that Gibson and a writer had a violent altercation over creative differences. Nobody likes to leave a show with such a high profile on poor terms, especially an actor. But since his departure from “Criminal Minds” in 2016, what has Thomas Gibson been up to?

Thomas Gibson hasn’t acted much since leaving Criminal Minds

Although Thomas Gibson is most known to viewers for his work on “Criminal Minds,” he had amassed quite a body of work before to appearing on the crime drama in 2005. On the 1990s medical drama “Chicago Hope,” which also starred his future “Criminal Minds” co-star Mandy Patinkin, he played his first significant role as Dr. Daniel Nyland. He assumed the role of the lead guy in the sitcom “Dharma and Greg” in 1997. He played a stiff lawyer who marries a free-spirited yoga instructor (Jenna Elfman).

“Criminal Minds” was Gibson’s next significant role. However, the actor has been rather quiet since leaving the show in 2016. He made a phone call in the 2017 film “Axis,” which was directed by his “Criminal Minds” co-star Aisha Tyler. The following role he played was in the 2019 direct-to-DVD movie “Shadow Wolves,” in which he portrayed a military colonel who was fervently committed to zealously guarding America’s boundaries. The Writer’s Bible, about a struggling author who relocates to a rural Texas cabin in search of inspiration, is the next project for him. He will write, direct, and star in it. According to IMDb, little is known about the film, which is still in post-production.

Gibson’s success outside of “Criminal Minds” hasn’t been quite as great. We believe the actor will nevertheless continue to work and spread his talents wherever he goes.

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