Fired Criminal Minds actor Thomas Gibson defends staircases writer
The dismissed Criminal Minds actor Thomas Gibson does not deny that he is the author of the series of a staircase, but says there is a good reason for it to have had.
The 54-year-old actor says in conversation with People that know exactly how the incident arose. “I had during the recordings a note about the script, but Virgil Williams (the writer, ed.) said that I’m not busy had to make. We had then an argument about it.”
After the quarrel turned Gibson returns to the set and told his colleagues about the incident. “Then he came suddenly and he ran right to me. My foot shot up and hit his leg,” recalls the actor. “If my foot had not moved, he was on me ingerend.”
“And yes, so we have an argument, but I have my excuses for offered. That was it. Shortly thereafter I was fired.”
Gibson took since 2005, the role of special agent Aaron Hotchner for his account.