Gary Sinise Net Worth

How much is Gary Sinise Worth?

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Gary Sinise net worth:
$40 Million

Gary Sinise's Salary

$15 Million Per Year

Gary Sinise net worth and salary: Gary Sinise is an American actor, producer, musician, activist and philanthropist who has a net worth of $40 million. Gary Sinise earned net worth through many years in the entertainment business – mostly as an actor but also as a musician and media personality. Sinise's career took off in 1982 when he appeared in the Steppenwolf production of the play True West. From there, he was steadily able to find roles in increasingly big movies – most famously as Forrest Gump's cranky but basically goodhearted superior officer Lieutenant Dan in Forrest Gump, which continues to be the character for which he is most widely known. He even went so far as to name his cover band Lt. Dan Band after his most famous character. In addition to Lt. Dan, Sinise is best known for his portrayal of villains in films like Ransom and Snake Eyes, and for his lead role on the CBS crime police procedural CSI: New York. Off screen, Sinise is a passionate Republican, having donated money and endorsed presidential candidates like George W. Bush and John McCain. He also serves as the narrator for the online virtual tour of the Reagan Library.

Gary Sinise Salary
What is Gary Sinise's salary per episode of CSI? $275,000
Where does Gary Sinise live?

Gary Sinise Net Worth

Gary Sinise

Date of Birth
Mar 17, 1955 (63 years old)
Actor, Television producer, Musician, Film Producer, Film director, Television Director, Voice Actor, Spokesperson, Theatre Director
United States of America
5 ft 9 in (1.753 m)

Gary Sinise Earnings

  • CSI: NY
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