Thomas Gibson’s incredible physical transformation after his controversial ouster from Criminal Minds

Thomas Gibson has been a lead actor in the long running series, Criminal Minds, voicing Aaron Hotchner. But after leaving his role due to known problems, the actor didn’t do many other things and the change in his appearance took fans by surprise.

criminal mind It has been one of the most talked about and acclaimed police procedurals since its debut on television screens in 2005. For 323 episodes, the popular crime drama has enthralled its fans with suspenseful and thrilling storylines, and frustrated them with subplots that disappeared without explanation.

Criminal Minds didn’t let a few flaws come in the way of its massive success. The show has become so prominent in popular culture that it inspired two spinoffs and even a mobile game. 15 years of drama CBSA host of notable talents joined its cast. Criminal Minds features respected veteran actors such as Mandy Patinkin and Joe Mantegna.

Actors such as Shemar Moore and Matthew Gray Gubler rose to fame starring in the series. While many Criminal Minds cast members have projects lined up, some have not acted since the last episode of the cop show aired on February 19, 2020.

before becoming widely recognized for playing Aaron “Hoch” Hotchner in Criminal Minds” Thomas Gibson He was best known as one half of the hit 1990s comedy duo “Dharma and Greg” opposite Jenna Elfman. Gibson’s other popular show appearances include the soap opera As the World Turns and the hospital drama Chicago Hope, where he played Daniel Nyland from 1994 to 1998.

Thomas Gibson looks change that surprises fans, far away from new projects

The photo in Thomas Gibson’s network that caught the attention of Criminal Minds fans

Thomas Gibson played Hotch, BAU Superior, in just over 250 episodes of Criminal Minds as of 2016. An aggressive spat between Gibson and a writer got him fired from the hit crime series, In August 2016, ABC Studios and CBS Studios released a statement saying Gibson had been “fired from Criminal Minds”. Meanwhile, Hotch’s lackluster performance, where the character entered the witness protection program off-screen, was widely criticized by fans.

The actor has appeared sparingly in films and television episodes since his departure from Criminal Minds. Gibson’s IMDb page shows that he is a star and co-writer of the film “The Writer’s Bible”, which is in post-production and is the only current project he is involved with as of this writing, but technically , he has not done any work since the series.

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