Speaking to a crowd at the First Baptist Church of Orlando on Saturday, Mr. Caviezel said he has been “rejected in my own industry” and cast in forgettable films. He said Mr. Gibson predicted it would happen and warned him that the film role could be his final one.
But Mr. Caviezel, who grew up in a Catholic household and was described by First Baptist pastor David Uth as “more passionate about God” than anyone else he has encountered, expressed no regret in portraying Christ.
Mr. Caviezel had less positive things to say about Mr. Gibson, who has come under fire in recent years for sending a threatening voicemail to former girlfriend Oksana Grigorieva and drunkenly raging about Jews.
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