Onscreen, Gary Sinise captivated his audience when he played the depressed and disabled lieutenant in “Forrest Gump.” But truly, this actor is a happy family man who has been married to the same woman for forty years.
Furthermore, he is generous to a fault. Sinise donated his house to a physically challenged man. Gary Sinise is a real-life superhero who never wears a cape but more of a smile.
The actor from “Forrest Gump” is a humanitarian obsessed with putting smiles on the faces of war veterans, and in 2011, he founded the Gary Sinise Foundation.
He recently gave a disabled army officer a home following an anniversary celebration. Army Sgt. Christopher Kurtz, who lived in Adams, Tennessee, is a 101st Airborne Division veteran who got wounded in warfare.
Consequently, his best option was to remain in a wheelchair. However, Sinise’s foundation gifted him with a custom smart home following its approval two years ago, improving his standard of living.