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The CSI:NY star, documentarian and Presidential Citizens Medal recipient recently launched the Gary Sinise Foundation to honor the Nation's defenders, veterans, first responders, their families, and those in need.
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How Do You Spell Relief?
Actor Gary Sinise tells how he and Seabiscuit author Laura Hillenbrand are racing to get ..... As one Iraqi parent put it, "We shall never forget this day." Gary Sinise stars in CSI: NY Wednesday nights at 10 p.m. Eastern time on CBS
Of Mice and Men
"I saw the play when I was 16, before I read the book, and was just knocked out by it. I remember sitting in the theater and being unable to speak at the end. I had the same feeling after reading the book," says Gary Sinise about Steinbeck's 1937 novella.
One Flew Over the Cuckoo's Nest
Gary Sinise was 18 when he first read this 1962 novel, set in an Oregon mental institution full of such memorable characters as the domineering Nurse Ratched and Randle McMurphy, an inmate who fakes insanity to get out of serving a prison sentence.
Thursdays Are From Mars: Vintage Baseball Jerseys and Parenting Wisdom
stay true to my own values, give back to the world, and be thankful for the freedoms we all take for granted."— Gary Sinise on Unbroken , the story of Louis Zamperini, a juvenile delinquent turned Olympic runner turned World War II POW
Surviving Hell: A POW's Journey
"How does someone survive one day in hell on Earth, let alone six years? When you read Leo's book, you can't help being humbled by what a human being can endure."
This biography, written by the author of Seabiscuit, follows the remarkable life story of Louis Zamperini, a juvenile delinquent turned Olympic runner turned World War II POW.