Gary Sinise


Gary Sinise Reflects on ‘Forrest Gump’ Role, Representing Wounded Veterans

Gary Sinise has been part of a memorable movie in Forrest Gump but he’s also been a powerful representative for wounded veterans. Sinise, who played Lt. Dan Taylor in the movie starring Tom Hanks, would remember both on Twitter on Wednesday. He offers up some words about the movie premiering 28 years ago. Plus, Sinise mentions the fact that he also gets a chance to help out, as he calls them, “the real Lt. Dan’s.” According to Sinise’s tweet, he was in Nashville as well on Wednesday.

Gary Sinise Foundation visits installation, talks new relationship

Fort Campbell leaders hosted a visit by Gary Sinise Foundation staff June 14 to discuss future partnership opportunities that could lead to benefits for Soldiers and Families. The Gary Sinise Foundation, which recently moved its headquarters to Nashville, was established in 2011 by actor Gary Sinise to honor Soldiers, veterans, first responders, their Families, and those in need.

Gary Sinise Recognizes Clint Eastwood for His Military Service

Actor Gary Sinise is best known for his roles in films such as Forest Gump and his long stint as Detective Mac Taylor on CSI: NY. Sinise is also passionate about honoring America’s veterans through The Gary Sinise Foundation. His organization is dedicated to honoring our defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need.

Sonoma County Vintner Produces Documentary Narrated by Gary Sinise

New Documentary, “INTO FLIGHT ONCE MORE,” Narrated by Actor Gary Sinise and Produced by Benovia Winery Co-Founder Joe Anderson, Premieres June 4th at the National Museum of the US Air Force™ In Dayton, Ohio. The documentary captures priceless interviews with WWII veterans and shows what happened behind...

This Memorial Day, Gary Sinise shares his 'personal life mission' to honor America's military

Memorial Day, a federal holiday each year, is Monday, May 30, 2022, this year — and it's a special time set aside to honor the men and women who died in service to America. Gary Sinise, the award-winning actor, humanitarian and founder of the nonprofit Gary Sinise Foundation, is serving again this year as honorary grand marshal of the National Memorial Day Parade in Washington, D.C., which takes place on Memorial Day itself.

Gary Sinise Tells Powerful Story Behind Building House for Army Veteran: ‘He’s Been an Inspiration’

Actor and veteran advocate Gary Sinise shared some poignant details about his friendship with a special Army amputee during a recent Fox interview ahead of Memorial Day. While talking of his foundation, which helps build homes for wounded or special needs veterans, Sinise said his friendship with one such “inspiration” means the world to him.

Actor Gary Sinise shares story of building home for Army veteran, friendship with him

Actor Gary Sinise shared the details of his friendship with Army veteran and ambassador for the Gary Sinise Foundation Bryan Anderson on "One Nation" Saturday. GARY SINISE: Bryan is somebody I met several years ago — gosh, over 15 years ago. He was injured in 2005. He's a triple-amputee, missing two legs and an arm. We're both from Illinois, so we kind of connected at Walter Reed when I first met Bryan… After I started my foundation we became friends and he became an ambassador for my foundation.

Gary Sinise Foundation, Brown Barn Tavern serve meals to Geauga County Sheriff’s Office

Volunteers from the Gary Sinise Foundation and the Brown Barn Tavern in Munson Township are providing free meals this week for the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office. The meals were organized by local representatives from the foundation, including board member Barbara Titus and James Gilchrist, a former deputy in the Geauga County Sheriff’s Office who connects the foundation with local first responders.