Mel Gibson Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Salary, Family, Net Worth

Mel Gibson Height, Weight, Age, Affairs, Salary, Family, Net Worth – Mel Colmcille Gerard Gibson is an Americanactor and filmmaker. Gibson is best known for his action hero roles. Most will remember Mel for his role as Max Rockatansky in the first three films of the Mad Max post-apocalyptic action series.

NameMel GibsonNicknameMelBirth / Real NameMel Colmcille Gerard GibsonProfessionActor, Screenwriter, Film director,

Film Producer, Television producer,

Television Director, Voice Actor

Date of Birth 3rd January , 1956 Age (as of 2021) 62 years old Birth Place Peekskill, New York,

United States

Currently Living In Los Angeles, CaliforniaNationalityIrish, United StatesZodiac / Star SignCapricornProfessional debutSummer City released in 1977Net worth$425 millionSalaryUnknownSchoolSt. Leo’s Catholic College

in New South Wales,

Asquith Boys High School

in North Sydney

CollegeNational Institute of Dramatic ArtEducational Qualificationgraduated in 1977FatherHutton GibsonMotherAnne PatriciaReligionRoman CatholicMarital StatusNot MarriedRelationshipRobyn Moore 1980 to 2011,

Oksana Grigorieva 2009–2010

and Rosalind Ross 2014–present

ChildrenHannah, Edward ,

Christian, William, Louis,

Milo, Thomas, Lucia

and Lars Gerard.

Career and Lifestyle Info:

Gibson’s screen acting career began in 1976, with a role on the Australian television series The Sullivans. In his career, Gibson has appeared in 43 films, including the Mad Max and Lethal Weapon film series. In addition to acting, Gibson has also directed four films, including Braveheart and The Passion of the Christ, produced 11 films, and written two films. Films either starring or directed by Mel Gibson have earned over US$2.5 billion, in the United States alone. Gibson’s filmography includes television series, feature films, television films, and animated films.

After graduation in 1977, from the National Institute of Dramatic Art (NIDA) in Sydney, Gibson immediately began work on the filming of Mad Max, but continued to work as a stage actor, and joined the State Theatre Company of South Australia in Adelaide. While a student at NIDA, Gibson made his film debut in the 1977 film Summer City, for which he was paid $400. Mel Gibson’s first American film was Mark Rydell’s 1984 drama The River, in which he and Sissy Spacek played struggling Tennessee farmers.

He returned to play the role of Martin Riggs in Lethal Weapon, a film which helped to cement his status as a Hollywood “leading man”. Gibson’s next film was Robert Towne’s Tequila Sunrise, followed by Lethal Weapon 2, in 1989. Gibson next starred in three films back-to-back: Bird on a Wire, Air America, and Hamlet; all were released in 1990. After his success in Hollywood with the Lethal Weapon series, Gibson began to move into producing and directing. Together with his partner Bruce Davey, Gibson formed Icon Productions in 1989 in order to make Hamlet.

During the 1990s, Gibson alternated between commercial and personal projects. His films in the first half of the decade were Forever Young, Lethal Weapon 3, Maverick, and Braveheart. He then starred in Ransom, Conspiracy Theory, Lethal Weapon 4, and Payback. Gibson also served as the speaking and singing voice of John Smith in Disney’s Pocahontas.

In 2000, Gibson acted in three films that grossed well over $100 million each, The Patriot, Chicken Run, and the romantic comedy What Women Want. In 2002, Gibson appeared in the Vietnam War drama We Were Soldiers and M. Night Shyamalan’s Signs, which became the highest-grossing film of Gibson’s acting career. In 2010, Gibson appeared in Edge of Darkness, which marked his first starring role since 2002.

As a Director

Gibson made his directorial debut in 1993 with The Man Without a Face, followed two years later by Braveheart, which earned Gibson the Academy Award for Best Director. In 2004, he released the controversial film The Passion of the Christ, with subtitles, which he co-wrote, co-produced, and directed. The film went on to become the highest grossing rated R film of all time with $370,782,930 in U.S. box office sales. In 2006, he directed the action-adventure film Apocalypto, his second film to feature sparse dialogue in a non-English language.

Height Meters (approx.)177 cm, 1.77 mHeight Feet/Inches (approx.)5 feet 9 inchesWeight in Kg (approx.)97 kgWeight in Pounds (approx.)214 lbsEye ColorDark BrownHair ColorBlueChest in Inches48 InchesBiceps in Inches18 InchesWaist in Inches40 InchesSocial MediaFacebookUnknownInstagramUnknownTwitterUnknownWebsiteUnknownLanguagesEnglishHobbies UnknownFavourite FoodUnknownFavourite ActorUnknownFavourite ActressUnknownFavourite DirectorUnknownFavorite movieUnknownFavorite ColorUnknownFavorite SingerUnknownFeet/Shoe SizeUnknownSmokingHas been known to smokeDrinkingHas been known to drink

Known for?

Mel is most known for his action hero roles, as Max Rockatansky in the Mad Max post-apocalyptic action series, and as Martin Riggs in the Lethal Weapon buddy cop film series.

Family and Personal Info:

Gibson was born in Peekskill, New York and is the sixth of eleven children. Mel is the second son of Hutton Gibson, a writer, and Irish-born Anne Patricia. Gibson moved with his parents to West Pymble, Sydney, Australia, after his father was awarded US$145,000 in a work-related-injury lawsuit against the New York Central Railroad on February 14, 1968. Mel was was 12 years old when they moved.

Gibson was educated during his high school years by members of the Congregation of Christian Brothers at St Leo’s Catholic College in Wahroonga, New South Wales. After which Mel went on to study acting at the National Institute of Dramatic Art.

Gibson met his first wife, Robyn Denise Moore, in the late 1970s, soon after filming Mad Max, in Adelaide. At the time, Robyn was a dental nurse and Mel was an unknown actor working for the South Australian Theatre Company. In April 2009, Gibson made a red carpet appearance with Grigorieva. who gave birth to Gibson’s daughter Lucia on October 30, 2009. they later split on June 21, 2010. In 2014, Gibson is in a relationship with former champion equestrian vaulter and writer Rosalind Ross. She gave birth to their son, and Gibson’s ninth child, Lars Gerard, in Los Angeles on January 20, 2017.

Gibson and his former wife have contributed a substantial amount of money to various charities, one of which is Healing the Children. According to Cris Embleton, one of the founders, the Gibsons gave millions to provide lifesaving medical treatment to needy children worldwide. Mel over the years has provided millions of dollars to wide range of charities.