Mel Gibson has become known as a talent both in front of and behind the camera. The movie “Braveheart” won him several awards as Best Director as well as Best Picture from the Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences. “The Passion of the Christ” won numerous awards for Gibson as well, but his honors as an actor should not be forgotten. Here are just some of the awards that highlight his career.
Long known as a successful movie actor, Mel Gibson has done additional work for the small screen, both in front of the camera and behind it. Most of it was for Australian television and were done early in his career, so many people may not even be aware of it. Fortunately for movie fans everywhere, his talent was recognized early and he quickly became a world famous star. Here are four TV shows Gibson took part in:
Mel Gibson is reported to be heading home to Australia to shoot WWII dramaHacksaw Ridge with The Amazing Spider-Man’s Andrew Garfieldin the lead role.
Lionsgate is near a deal to acquire U.S. distribution rights to Blood Father, the action thriller that stars Mel Gibson. Pic is directed by Mesrine helmer Jean-Francois Richet, from a script by The Town's Peter Craig.
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