Maxwell Caulfield was born on 23rd November 1959 in Derby, England, UK. He is a British-born film, stage and television actor.
Biography and Career:
Maxwell was born in Chesterfield market town, Derbyshire, England. He is the son of Peter Nelby Maclaine and Oriole. He is the eldest son. His brother, Marcus Maclaine, was a musician. At the age of 15, his American stepfather kicked him out of the house. Later he became a 'Go Go' dancer at Raymond Revenue Bar, a famous striptease club in London.
His career started after he was selected among thousands of applicants to appear as Michael Carrington in the most successful musical film of all time. His debut off-Broadway was Joe Orton's 'Entertaining Mr. Sloane' in 1981 as the titular drifter.
His debut Broadway was J.
B. Priestley's 'An Inspector Calls'. He won rave reviews for his roles 'Entertaining Mr. Sloane' and 'An Inspector Calls'.
In 1982, he got his first major role in the musical film 'Grease 2' and his role was as the geek-turned-hunk Michael Carrington.
In 2007, Caulfield acted in the Charles Busch play 'Our Leading Lady', opposite Kate Mulgrew. Also, he played the leading role in the Jerry Herman musical, 'La Cage aux Folles', which was regional.
His film Empire Records (1995), led to his winning the prize role of Bob in Tom DiCillo's 'The Real Blonde' (1997) opposite Matthew Modine, Kathleen Turner, Steve Buscemi, Daryl Hannah, and Elizabeth Berkley.
He has over 70 credits across film, stage, and TV. He was a cast member in the long running soap opera Emmerdale, in 2000s.
He married Juliet Mills who is 18 years elder to him, whom he met while starring in 'The Elephant Man' on Broadway in 1980.
Birth Name: Maxwell Maclaine
Nick name: Chicago Red or Zorro
Height: 6' (1.83m)
Why do we like Maxwell Caulfield?
We like Maxwell Caulfield because he is a good television and film actor.
Why is Maxwell Caulfield famous?
Maxwell Caulfield is famous for his role as Michael Carrington in the musical film 'Grease 2' (1982).
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