Arthur Max

Arthur Max



Arthur Max (born 2nd June, 1961) is an American actor best known for his roles in the television shows Magnum P.I., Matlock, and The Jeffersons.

Born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Arthur was the second of three children. His father, Henry, was a police officer and his mother, Edith, was a homemaker. Arthur was raised in a loving and supportive household, with his parents encouraging him to pursue his dreams.

From an early age, Arthur had an interest in the performing arts. He attended a local performing arts school, where he studied theatre, music, and dance. After graduating, Arthur continued to pursue his passion and moved to Los Angeles to pursue acting professionally.

Arthur began his career with small roles on TV shows such as Magnum P.I., Matlock, and The Jeffersons. He was also cast in a recurring role in the soap opera Falcon Crest.

In 1994, Arthur landed his breakthrough role in the television movie The Stranger Beside Me. He also appeared in several films, including The Wedding Planner, The Brothers, and The Whole Nine Yards.

Throughout his career, Arthur has worked with numerous high-profile actors, including Tom Hanks, Jim Carrey, and Robert De Niro. He also appeared in the hit TV show The Practice, in which he played a defense lawyer.

In recent years, Arthur has shifted his focus to directing and producing. He has directed several episodes of the TV show The Fosters, as well as the feature films The Art of Getting By and I Am Not a Serial Killer.

Arthur is a passionate advocate for the arts and enjoys giving back to his local community. He is currently a member of the Board of Directors at the Los Angeles Children’s Museum.

Arthur Max is a highly respected actor who has achieved success in both his acting and directing career. His passion for the arts and commitment to his craft have made him a beloved figure in the entertainment industry.

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