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GallantFew's The New American Veteran

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Today's episode of The New American Veteran features actor and tremendous military supporter Gary Sinise!  

Gary Sinise began acting at the age of 16 during his sophomore year in high school but it was his portrayal of LT Dan in the Oscar winning film Forrest Gump that brought him mainstream attention and earned him nominations for an Academy Award, Golden Globe and the Screen Actors Guild Award.  He received the Best Supporting Actor Award from the National Board of Review and the Commander’s Award from the Disabled American Veterans for that role as well.  He then went on to take starring roles in the acclaimed Apollo 13 opposite Tom Hanks and Kevin Bacon; the thriller Ransom with Mel Gibson and Rene Russo; and Brian DePalma’s psychological thriller Snake Eyes

Currently, Gary stars as Detective “Mac” Taylor and is also producer of CBS’s highly successful CSI: NY.

He was the subject of the Fox News documentary, On the Road in Iraq With Our Troops and Gary Sinise, which highlighted his 4th USO tour to the country.  He is also the subject of the feature length documentary, Lt. Dan Band: For the Common Good, a film about remembering those who serve, those who are willing to lay down their lives for others, and those who are left behind.  He has founded the Gary Sinise Foundation, honoring defenders, veterans, first responders their families and those in need.

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