Co-starred with Julia Roberts in Donner's "Conspiracy Theory"
Executive produced and directed several episodes of the short-lived ABC comedy "Complete Savages"
Made American film debut opposite Sissy Spacek in Mark Rydell's "The River"
Portrayed a chauvinistic ad executive who can hear women's thoughts in Nancy Meyers' "What Women Want"
Again collaborated with Donner on Western comedy "Maverick"
Feature directorial debut, "The Man Without a Face"; also starred
Moved ICON from Paramount to 20th Century Fox
Played a homicide detective searching for his daughter's murderer in the film adaptation of "Edge of Darkness"
Starred in the Ron Howard directed thriller "Ransom"
Cast as one of the leads in Peter Weir's critically-acclaimed World War I drama "Gallipoli"
Co-starred with Anthony Hopkins in "The Bounty"
Directed and appeared in the HBO special "Mel Gibson Goes Back to School"
Directed the action-adventure film "Apocalypto"; filmed in the Yucatec Maya dialogue; earned a Golden Globe nomination for Best Foreign Film
Directed the controversial feature "The Passion of the Christ," based on biblical accounts of the arrest, trial, torture, crucifixion, and resurrection of Jesus; filmed in Aramaic, Latin, and Hebrew and earned over 600 million worldwide
Executive produced the ABC biopic "The Three Stooges"
First film produced by Icon Productions, "Hamlet"; also played the title role
Formed ICON productions, (formerly known as Gibson Productions)
Portrayed a developmentally disabled man in "Tim"
Re-teamed with Weir to play an Australian journalist in "The Year of Living Dangerously"
Appeared with Robert Downey Jr. in the musical comedy "The Singing Detective"
Joined the State Theatre Company of South Australia in Adelaide
Co-starred with Jodie Foster in "The Beaver"; Foster also directed film
Played the lead role in Roland Emmerich's Revolutionary war saga "The Patriot"
Appeared as Voz in "Machete Kills"
Breakthrough role as the leather-clad post-apocalyptic survivor in George Miller's "Mad Max"
Made TV debut on the Australian series "The Sullivans"
Re-teamed with Donner and Glover for "Lethal Weapon 4"
Reprised role as Riggs for "Lethal Weapon 2"; again collaborated with Donner and Glover
Starred in Brian Helgeland's directorial debut "Payback"; film was later re-cut and re-shot by the request of Gibson and the studio
Starred in M. Night Shyamalan's supernatural drama "Signs"
Executive produced and starred in the Vietnam War drama "We Were Soldiers"
Played a shy surfer in his film debut "Summer City"
Completed "Mad Max" trilogy with "Mad Max: Beyond Thunderdome"
Directed and produced the Academy Award winning film "Braveheart"; also played the lead role of legendary Scot, William Wallace
Lent his voice to John Smith for the animated feature "Pocahontas"
Played Estragon, opposite Geoffrey Rush, in the Australian production of "Waiting for Godot"
Played the role of Martin Riggs in "Lethal Weapon"; co-starred with Danny Glover and directed by Richard Donner
Re-teamed with Miller to reprise role for "Mad Max 2" (released in the U.S. as "The Road Warrior")
Reunited with Donner and Glover for "Lethal Weapon 3"
Made stage debut opposite Judy Davis in the National Institute of Dramatic Art's production of "Romeo and Juliet"
Returned to directing with World War II drama "Hacksaw Ridge"
Was nominated for the 2017 Academy Award for Directing for "Hacksaw Ridge"; lost to Damien Chazelle for "La La Land"