Not many superstars have managed to flush their reputation down a hungry toilet more successfully than Mel Columcille Gerard Gibson.
He was a global superstar. A man whose films have grossed almost $4.5bn worldwide. He has two Oscars with which to prop open his toilet door, thanks to his passion for The Passion, was once one of the richest people in Hollywood with an estimated $850m fortune.
But that was before a string of 'incidents', culminated in a record divorce settlement of $450m paid to his ex-wife Robyn in 2009. And from there it only got worse. Some of Gibson's words and actions have led to his pariah status within the film community, but with villainous roles in Machete Kills and the upcoming Expendables 3, Gibson is attempting to rehabilitate both himself and his career.
Bride of Crapula editor Mikey Papadopoulos looks back at the highs and lows of Mel's career (including the ones off-screen).