Thomas Gibson is officially a single man.

TMZ reported Wednesday that the 50-year-old former "Criminal Minds" star recently finalized his divorce from wife Christine Parker.

Gibson initially filed in 2014 to end his 21-year marriage to Parker. The pair reportedly reached a settlement awhile back, although a judge just signed off on the divorce last week.

Documents show Gibson is paying $3,000 per month in support of the pair's three children, 18-year-old son James, 15-year-old son Travis and 13-year-old daughter Agatha.

The actor stays with his kids in the family home every other weekend.

"Christine and I switch off staying with our kids at home in San Antonio," Gibson told People in 2016.

"We spent a year and a half in mediation. We kept it private because divorce is hard enough on kids without having to deal with it public," he said.

Gibson shared a photo Jan. 29 on Instagram of himself with Travis and family friends at a San Antonio Spurs basketball game.

Reality TV World is now available on the all-new Google News app and website. Click here to visit our Google News page, and then click FOLLOW to add us as a news source!
"Go Spurs Go! #spurs #spursnation #spursfan @ptconroy1964 @traviscartergibson @isabellaganey," he captioned the picture.

Gibson is known for playing Greg Montgomery on "Dharma & Greg" and Aaron Hotchner on "Criminal Minds."

He was fired from "Criminal Minds" in 2016 following an altercation with one of the show's writers.