Max is thirty-one, originally from Los Angeles, and has been pursuing acting for seven years. He trained at Los Angeles City College Theatre Academy and The Actor's Studio, among others. His theatre credits include Noises Off, Hamlet, Ball Boys, Stage Door, The Merty Wives of Windsor, Sweet Charity, Hay Fever, West Side Story, Show Boat, The Matchmaker, A Midsummer Night's Dream, and You Can't Take It With You. His film and television credits include The Melting Pot, Soiree Sand Hors d'oeuvres, Exterminator II, and Kaiser Permanente Optical Video.
When I was seven years old, my cousin, who was in college, babysat me and my ten-year-old sister. We stayed with her in her dorm room, and since she didn't know what to do with us, she took us to a play on campus. It was Hamlet, because I remember seeing the skull. I just loved it, and my sister and cousin hated it. At intermission they went outside and played, and I went back in to watch the rest of the play. I knew whatever it was that those people were doing, was what I was supposed to be doing. That was my first memory.