A veteran and triple amputee received the keys to a brand new “smart home” on the morning of the 11th anniversary of September 11th.
“CSI:NY” star Gary Sinise was involved in a car accident last Friday, forcing him to cancel a show with his Lt. Dan Band and two other planned appearances.
CSI:NY is back this Friday, March 30 with five new episodes!
The “Lt. Dan Band” will be playing at a March 1 benefit concert with proceeds going toward building a smart home in Temecula for Marine Cpl. Juan Dominguez, an Afghanistan veteran who lost both legs and an arm.
The cast and crew of CSI:NY are being treated to a special performance Friday night by one of their own cast members.
From the beginning of the show, the attacks on 9/11 have been a part of CSI: NY’s storyline and on the eve of the ten year anniversary, Season 8 of the hit show is taking a special look back by recreating key moments, including when the towers fell.
Actor Gary Sinise stopped by KCAL9 Tuesday to talk about his “Gary Sinise Foundation.”
Actor Gary Sinise is one of Hollywood’s biggest supporters of military families, and he says it’s time for us to give back.
New York Jets coach Rex Ryan is starring in a new television series, and this one is fiction.
You may best know him from his role in the Oscar-winning “Forest Gump”, but now actor Gary Sinise has turned what started as a way to boost morale for U.S. troops into a second career.