Milo Gibson is an American actor. The son of actor and director Mel Gibson, he didn’t initially start acting in movies despite his father having a successful and prolific career in Hollywood. Before he tried acting, he worked as an electrician. Eventually, after staying away from the limelight, he ventured a career in acting. In 2016, he officially started his cinematic pursuit, appearing in the short film Girls Rule. That same year, he made his feature film debut, playing the role of Lucky Ford in his father’s movie, Hacksaw Ridge.
After this, he portrayed Al Capone in the 2017 action film Gangster Land, as well as acted in the movie The Tribes of Palos Verdes that same year. In 2018, Milo Gibson starred as John A. Kent in the biographical drama Hurricane. He also headlined the films Breaking & Exiting and All the Devil’s Men. More recently, Gibson had a cameo in the 2020 comedy Borat Subsequent Moviefilm. More recently, the actor had performances in such movies as The Outpost, Final Destination 6, and Under the Stadium Lights. In Final Destination 6, he appeared as himself. Milo Gibson doesn’t have any recent projects that have been announced recently with his latest performances happening in 2021.