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Criminal Minds' Matthew Gray Gubler Shared A Hilarious Snap With His Dad On Father's Day

Date June 18, 2018

Matthew Gray Gubler has been a big part of the hit show Criminal Minds since its beginning in 2005. The show seems to suit Gubler quite well, as he continues to portray criminal profiler, Dr. Spencer Reid, and is not thinking about leaving the popular series.

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The entire Gubler family is extremely proud of Matthew’s promising career. He had a lovely childhood growing up in Las Vegas in the family of a rancher and political consultant Marilyn and her husband, an attorney, John Gubler. But unlike many people who live in a huge and bright Vegas, Matthew’s family has a long history there. Many generations of Gublers lived in the Sin City since it was just a small town of only 10,000 residents.

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It looks like Matthew has a very close relationship with his family, especially his dad. Recently, he made his fans happy by posting a hilarious snap of him with his father in honor of Father’s Day.

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Matthew’s fans took to Twitter to react to the photo:

Gubler hangs out with his dad quite a lot and is happy to share the memories with the world of Twitter.

Matthew is not just an actor, he is also a talented filmmaker and director. He directed quite a lot of Criminal Mind’s episodes, including the departure of series regular Shemar Moore. He is also an impressive painter, as his 12 watercolor works were shown in the Gallery of Fine Art in Ostrava, Czech Republic. All of them were sold – how amazing is that? It seems that Gubler brings success to everything he touches!

Matthew Gray Gubler is a well-rounded and incredibly talented man. We can’t wait to see what he is up to next!

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