The Hollywood film industry is a very big place, and making a name for yourself in the film circle is as tough as it gets. But if you have the right person then it can be achieved overnight. The most trusted person to get these kinds of fame is parents. Many kids got this kind of fame. Such kids are called star kids, one such kid is James Parker Gibson. He is Thomas Gibson’s son. 

In this article, we will discuss all the life, age, education, career, and other factors related to the famous son of a famous father, James Parker Gibson.

Who is James Parker Gibson?

James Parker Gibson is a young American photographic artist, entertainer. James Gibson was brought into the world in South Carolina, United States of America on the 23rd of June 1999. He is the child of Thomas Gibson and Christine Gibson. The senior child of Thomas Gibson, James Gibson is filling in as an expressive arts picture taker. He has displayed his work on his website. He has likewise been highlighted in various displays like Botanical (Photoplace Gallery 2020), Open Studio (SCAD 2021), and SE Center Open (2020). He finished his Bachelor of Arts degree in Photography from The Savannah College of Art and Design.


He is the child of Thomas Gibson and Christine Gibson. James Parker Gibson has two siblings: a sister, Agatha Marie Gibson, and a sibling, Travis Carter Gibson. James’ sibling, Travis Carter Gibson was brought into the world on the first of July 2002. For instruction, he went to Alamo High School in San Antonio. At this point, he is functioning as a Twitch decoration. His sister, Agatha Marie Gibson was brought into the world on the 28th of April 2004. As of now, she is learning at Idyllwild Arts Academy. His grandparents (Thomas Gibson guardians) are Charles M. also, Beth Gibson. The 22-year-old James Parker Gibson is dating Izzy Preston starting around 2017. They initially met during their secondary school days and later on went to a similar school.

Thomas Gibson:

Thomas Ellis Gibson (conceived July 3, 1962) is an American entertainer and chief. He is most popular for his TV roles as Daniel Nyland on Chicago Hope (1994-1997), Greg Montgomery on Dharma and Greg (1997-2002), and Aaron Hotchner on Criminal Minds (2005-2016). Thomas Gibson 90s large star. Gibson was brought into the world in Charleston, South Carolina, to Charles M. “Macintosh” and Beth Gibson. His mom was a social specialist, and his dad was a legal counselor and liberal Democrat who served in the South Carolina state Senate and House. He is Catholic. Gibson’s advantage in performing expressions started at a youthful age.

Gibson was captivated by Louis Armstrong. He and his sister were in a swimming club together, and they regularly visited a pizza parlor after their swim meets. It was at this pizza parlor that Gibson would chime in with a Dixieland band, complete with his endeavor to imitate Armstrong’s performing voice.

As a youngster, Gibson signed up for Little Theater School and later moved on from Bishop England High School. He then went to the College of Charleston (1979-1981) and turned into an assistant at the Alabama Shakespeare Festival, where he was urged to apply to the Juilliard School. Following eighteen months at Charleston, Gibson won a grant to Juilliard’s Drama Division (Group 14: 1981-1985), where he graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 1985.

Top Films Of Thomas Gibson:

1987 Leg Work Robbie Episode: “All This and a Gold Card Too”
Guiding Light Peter Latham  
1988 Lincoln William Sprague Miniseries
1988–1990 As the World Turns Derek Mason  
1990 The Kennedys of Massachusetts Peter Fitzwilliam Miniseries
Another World Sam Fowler  
1993 Tales of the City Beauchamp Day Miniseries
1994–1997 Chicago Hope Daniel Nyland 70 episodes
1995 Secrets Hailu’s Tuckman Television film
1996 Night Visitors Ross Williams Television film
To Love, Honor and Deceive Matthew Carpenter / Stuart Buchanan Television film
Caroline in the City Willard Stevens Episode: “Caroline and the Nice Jewish Boy”
The Real Adventures of Jonny Quest Paul Mornay VoiceEpisode: “Ghost Quest”
1997 The Inheritance James Percy Television film
The Devil’s Child Alexander Rotha Television film
1997–2002 Dharma & Greg Greg Montgomery 119 episodes
1998 More Tales of the City Beauchamp Talbot Day Miniseries


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