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MEL GIBSON (Martin Riggs) has had a long and successful collaboration with Richard Donner and Joel Silver on "Conspiracy Theory," the previous three "Lethal Weapon" films and on "Maverick" (produced and directed by Donner).

In 1995, Gibson produced, directed and starred in the Academy Award-winning Best Picture, "Braveheart," which also earned him 1996's Best Director Oscar. In 1996 he starred (with Rene Russo) for director Ron Howard in the hit film "Ransom" and he recently completed production on a starring role in the film "Payback."

Gibson's career began in Australia with George Miller's "Mad Max" (1979), which catapulted him to international stardom. His next two films, "Tim" (1979) and Peter Weir's "Gallipoli" (1981), earned him Best Actor Awards from the Australian Film Institute.

Gibson made his American debut with "The River" (1984), followed by "Mrs. Soffel," opposite Diane Keaton. His other film credits include "The Year of Living Dangerously" (directed by Weir), and the sequels to "Mad Max": "The Road Warrior" and "Mad Max Beyond Thunderdome," as well as "The Bounty," "Tequila Sunrise," "Bird on A Wire," "Air America," Franco Zeffirelli's "Hamlet" (which marked the first production from his Icon Productions) and "Forever Young." Gibson made his directing debut with "The Man Without a Face," in which he also starred.


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