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BRUCE DAVEY (Producer) formed Icon Productions with Mel Gibson in 1988 and shared the Best Picture Academy Award® with Gibson for "Braveheart." Davey produced Gibson's debut film as a director, "The Man Without a Face," as well as "Maverick," "Forever Young," "Immortal Beloved," "Airborne," the epic romance "Leo Tolstoy's Anna Karenina," "187" and the recent Paramount release "Fairytale," which recently received a BAFTA Award for 1998 Best Children's Feature.

A native of Sydney, Australia, Davey received his degree as a Chartered Accountant (the Australian equivalent of a certified public accountant) and joined a practice serving various members of the entertainment industry. Davey later set up his own firm and acquired several prominent Australian entertainment figures as clients, including Mel Gibson, beginning their professional association that continues today.

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