Gary Sinise Cries as Tom Hanks and Others Honor His Charitable Efforts
You probably watched a Gary Sinise movie. He’s played policemen, soldiers, and even villains.
Gary has done scores of notable roles in his decades-long career, but Forrest Gump is his most famous.
You may believe Gary’s primary love is acting, given his long career, yet he seems to be more passionate about his side endeavors. The outstanding actor spends his free time helping society.
Although well known for acting, Gary founded the Gary Sinise Foundation to support active soldiers, veterans, first responders, and their families.
He cried after seeing his tribute. 63-year-old has visited overseas troops. He bonded with veterans after playing Lieutenant Dan in Forrest Gump.
Lieutenant Dan’s injury helped him comprehend military hardships. These ties make him love this persona.
As Sinise’s new biography, “Grateful American,” is launched, other celebrities chose to send him a special message to thank him for his foundation’s work.
Tom Hanks, Ron Howard, Kristin Chenoweth, and others were honored. They also had veterans write Sinise thank-you notes.
Sinise’s organization gave a family a house, and they shared a moving note from their home. Social media users can use #GratefulLikeGary to honor Sinise. The tribute video is below.