Mel Gibson’s Son Is All Grown Up and Closely Resembles His Father
Milo Gibson has inherited not just the immense acting talent from his father. He also looks a spitting image of the Hollywood icon.
The son of legendary actor Mel Gibson, Milo Gibson, seems to have borrowed some of the good looks from his famous father. A glance at some of the photos on his social media reveals just how much alike the two actors look.
Even Milo himself admitted during a previous interview that he is approached by a lot of people who claim that he is a mirror image of his father.
ACTING RUNS IN THE FAMILY
Besides sharing his good looks, Milo also shares his father's love for the world of filming. Although he made his debut as a leading man in the 2018 movie, "All the Devil's Men," Milo was previously a crucial part of a few other widely popular movies as well.
So far, Milo has bagged a few acclaimed projects under his belt including "Breaking and Exiting," "Gangster Land," and "Hacksaw Ridge," a movie through which his father, Mel, also made his directorial return in 2016.
His most recent work came in the anticipated World War 2 action drama, "Mission of Honor," which was directed by David Blair. He was also accompanied by talented actors like Iwan Rheon and Stefanie Martini in the movie.
THEY SHARE A GREAT CHEMISTRY
Previously, Milo opened up about his experience of working with his father for the first time in the 2016 movie and told "People" that they shared a "professional relationship" on the set.
“We had a lot of fun, but it was a professional relationship. It was amazing watching Mel direct; he’s pretty damn good at it.”
Meanwhile, Mel joked that their chemistry on the set might not have been as professional as Milo believed it to be.
The "Mad Max" star teased that his son never listened to him during the shoot of the movie, and added, "He doesn't listen to me, he never has. Why should he start now?"
During the interview, Milo also opened up about his challenging role as Al Capone in 2017's "Gangster Land." The actor stated that he was excited about playing the character as soon as he was offered the part.
“I just thought it’d so much fun to jump into his shoes and be that kind of psychotic, nobody-can-touch-you type guy,” Milo detailed.